1933 Buick Model 58 Victoria - Dual Side Mounts, Ideal for Resto or Street Rod
- Make: Buick
- Model: Other
- SubModel: Victoria 5 Passenger Coupe
- Type: Victoria (5 Passenger Coupe)
- Trim: Model 58 Victoria 5P Coupe
- Year: 1933
- Mileage: 79,273
- VIN: 2689553
- Color: Brown
- Engine size: Straight 8
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Brown
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1933 Buick Other Victoria 5 Passenger Coupe
1933 Buick Victoria 50 Series, 5 Passenger Coupe
All Original - Well Optioned - In Storage Nearly 50 Years!
Great Street Rod (Resto Rod) Candidate - Or Restore Original!
This rare ol' Buickhas an amazing body with hardly any rust or sizable dents. The car has 6 original (optional) Artillery wheels, dual sidemount spares, fold-down trunk rack, and even a pair of TRIPPE lights. The dash is in beautiful original condition, as is steering wheel. The car is 98+% complete - only parts I've notice to be missing are the original horns, original headlight lens (converted to sealed beams a long time ago), one of the TRIPPE light brackets, and maybe a few other odds and ends. You'll look high and low tofind another bodythis nice! If you've ever restored a car from the ground up,the saving of starting with the right foundation is paramount to the overall build. The doors on this Buick shut nicely, the windows all roll up properly, and thebody lines are straight. Rust - none that Ihave found! I'm sure you can find a cheaper car to start with than this one (my reserve is between12-13K), but I am confident you won't be able to finish the build for less moneyif you started for 5K less!
I purchased car from a South Carolina family who had owned the car since the 1940's (documented). I believe it was last driven in the 1960's, and garaged since. My intent was to do atasteful resto-rod, but it seems that I have too many projects......and not enough time. So, I am offering this car, and a few of my othersfor sale. Once I sell4 more of my 15 cars,the rest will stay....so don't wait around or you maymiss the chance.
This Buick is being sold with a clear South Carolina title, signed offby the prior owner sometime in the late 1960's or early 1970's. I will also include a copy of the bill of sale of when I purchased it several years ago,as well as a new bill of sale for your purchase.However, please note that the caris NOT currently registered.
The lastseveral photos are ofa fewdifferent 1933 BuickResto-Rods - togive you an idea of how classy these Buickslook finished. The elegant hood and grill, side mount spares and trunkback design are so classy!!
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I amlocated in Paso Robles, CA - exactly 1/2 way between Los Angeles and San Francisco - on CA Hwy 101. More specifically, I'm 200 miles to downtown LA or SF, and only 110 miles to Fresno or Bakersfield (either/or,same distance to each). Very easy access for shipping companies!
If you are a sincere buyer, you can call me at 805 - three nine one - 0509 (cell), or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org you like (thru eBay is preferred). I am happy to answer any and all questions you may have about this car (or any of my others I am also selling), but please ASK BEFORE YOU BID!
Other cars being sold include: 1932 Buick Victoria Coupe (1/2 finished resto-rod), 1933 Pontiac 'Touring Coupe' (same basic body style as this car), 1923 Ford Model T '3-Door Touring', and a 1950 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 Holiday Hardtop coupe (resto-mod).
Thanks for looking and happy bidding!!On Aug-25-16 at 21:35:03 PDT, seller added the following information:
Sorry I haven't gotten the rest of thedetail photos of thisBuickloaded on the photobucket account, but I will within the next few days. Please check back in a day or few if you are interested in this car, or email me and let me know you're looking for them. I'll get to it sooner....