1932 Buick Victoria Travelers Coupe
Of 1800 models built, this rare and desirable 1932 Buick Victoria Travelers Coupe, Model 8-86, is one of 6 known to the Buick Club of America and may be just one of the dozen or so thought to exist. A two door 5 passenger car, this model was peddled to the younger wealthier gentleman, who wanted an upscale car, but didn't necessarily want one that looked like his parents. With a new design for 1932, this car came with "Wizard Control" and "Silent Synchro" which would become the precursor to the automatic transmission of today. Sitting on a 126" wheelbase and sporting a 344.8 c.u. straight 8 engine producing 113HP, this robust car is painted in the original and correct colors of Riviera Green Light and Riviera Green Dark with Straw pin stripping and Straw wheels as advertised by Buick. The interior looks as good as the exterior and even has a working, factory accessory, clock. This car also has the factory options of the Mercury Man radiator mascot (factory 8 radiator cap as a spare), Trippe Lights, chrome wheel rings and cigar lighter. Recent investments include new battery, new 18 x 7.00 tires including the spare, complete tune up and oil change, spark plugs, brake and tie rod adjustments. All current records come with the car, as well as, the original (not reproduction) literature, both sales and service and all magazine advertisements.