1928 BUICK ROADSTER SPORT RUMBLE SEAT RESTORED SHOW CAR CONVERTIBLE LEATHER WOW!

Price: US $32,500.00 Item location: Paso Robles, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Buick
  • Model: ROADSTER
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1925
  • Mileage: 39,999
  • VIN: 2045017
  • Color: Green
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1925 Buick ROADSTER

1928 BUICK ROADSTER SPORT WITH RUMBLE SEAT. RESTORED! CALIFORNIA CAR!

This expertly restored and maintained car will please the most demanding collector. Engine and mechanics are in superb condition. The finished quality of both the exterior and interior components is outstanding. The vehicle features wood spoke wheels, a golf bag compartment and rumble seat. Buick called this car the Standard Six Series 115, model 24. It was their Sport Roadster, which comfortably seated two, but could handle up to four passengers-thanks to the standard rumble seat. Under the lolng hood was an overhead valve, four-main bearing inline-six. Fed by a Marvel T3 carburetor, this 207 cu in engine-with a new cylinder head design, made 63hp and 140 lbs of torque. It was paired with a 3-speed manual gearbox that featured a conventional “H” shift pattern. This car illustrates why prospective Buick buyers enjoyed greater choices in 1928 than ever before! It also featured new Lovejoy hydraulic shock absorbers at each wheel, which supported a stronger double-drop frame with deeper side channels that afforded a lower, sportier body. Enhancing the vehicle’s good looks were smooth fenders, a new radiator shell (plated in nickel, like the hood fasteners and forward-folding windshield frame) and three-bar Wolverine bumpers. Standard Sixes gained the dash-mounted fuel and temperature gauges that most Master Sixes had featured since 1927. This Model 24 was one of only two to wear fully plated headlamp buckets. With just 4,513 built, the Standard Sport Roadster was one of the lowest-production Buicks to leave Michigan in 1928.

Exterior features including paint, chrome, and wood spoke wheels are excellent. Interior components are excellent including the seats and dash dials.