Offered for Sale by the California Automobile Museum
This 1929 Buick Four door sedan is a great running and driving vehicle. It looks to have been well maintained throughout its life.
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This Buick has an older paint job on it that does show some flaws, however it does not hide a very solid and sturdy body under it. The paint has some stains on the hood where some coolant has overflowed out of the radiator as some point in it life. The paint does look to have been a decent paint job but there is some overspray on the glass. This has been a driver vehicle and has some scratches throughout. The rear section of the rear fenders has some small dents in them that should be able to be repaired if so desired. The panels on this Buick are very solid and appear to be rust free. Some of the fender welt has deteriorated on the rear fenders and has exposed metal and some surface rust showing. The doors close solidly on this Buick. The chrome grill shell looks to have been redone as some point and looks great. The chrome strip around the cowl is complete but will need to be redone as it does have some pitting. The front and rear bumper are in great shape. The lenses on the front headlamps and cowl lights are in good shape. The rear lens is cracked in the red STOP section. The window glass is all in good shape. The wire wheels do have some surface rust on them but they appear to be very solid.
The interior is in great shape. The seats are comfortable and do not have any rips or tears in them. There is a small stain on the front street. The headliner is in great condition. Some moths have gotten to the right rear corner of the inside when it was stored. The carpet is in good shape and does not show any wear. The rear passenger compartment foot bar is broken on the left side (pictured). The window crank on the front passenger door needs to be repaired as the set screw has come loose and the accent ring is stuck on the handle. All of the windows roll up and down as they should.
The Buick runs strong and drives great. The engine starts up easily and idles nicely. According to the receipts that I have for the vehicle the engine was rebuilt in 1992-93. There are a couple of leaks on this vehicle, the drain plug on the engine seems to leak, the coupling on the transmission to the torque tube, and also the steering gear box seeps. The electrical system seems to be sound as the lights and gauges all work as they should with the exception of the fuel gauge. The brakes stop the vehicle as they should.
This 1929 Buick seems like a very sound and solid vehicle overall. Fix the small leaks and you could have yourself a very dependable classic vehicle. From the receipts that I have it looks as though most of the work to this vehicle was performed from 1992 to 1994. I am unaware of when the vehicle was painted. This Buick has a great presence and needs a new home.
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