1937 Buick Series 80 C Phaeton Convertible
This 1937 Buick 80C Phaeton was one of the earliest "Roadmasters" produced by Buick making it a true classic by the Classic Car Club of America's standards. In fact, this particular '37 Buick won the National First Prize Award for Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) in 1988. Not only is this Buick 80 Series a true classic, it is also extremely rare with it being 1 of 1,040 Buick 80 Series Phaetons produced in the 1937 model year. Under the hood of this classic Buick is a 320.2 Cubic Inch Inline 8 with Overhead Valves with a single 2-barrel carburetor paired with a 3 speed manual transmission. This '37 Buick sits on 4 whitewall tires that are wrapped around 16 inch Buick-styled rims. This 80 C Phaeton also features dual side mirrors as well as iconic dual side mounted spare tires. Beautiful burgundy lacquer paint covers the exterior of this Buick Convertible and is starting to show some patina from age. The white canvas convertible top finishes the exterior look on this Buick Phaeton. The interior also appears to be in excellent shape! The tan leather bench seat interior enhances this Buick's classic look and is in excellent condition. The factory dash, gauges and steering wheel all appear to be in wonderful shape and add to the stock look of this car. Whether you're looking for your first true classic or you're looking to add to your collection of classics, this 1937 Buick 80C Phaeton would be an excellent choice!