1962 Buick Invicta. Rare find with extremely few miles, 7400. This car has spent most of its life tucked away in an unheated garage. I doubt if the jack or the spare tire has ever been taken out of the trunk. And I wouldnt be surprised if the washer fluid in the bottle is original, its 1/2 full. The interior doesnt show any signs of wear; seats, carpets, head liner, package tray, handles and knobs are original and look new. The original radio is still in place and still plays. All of the lights work including the trunk light. It has a speed alert that functions as designed. The engine is a V-8, 401CI nailhead that runs out very nicely and the dynoflo transmission shifts smooth-this car runs down the road as well as a new car. The brakes are good and the tires are new-old stock L78-15s. The car looks great for its age, the bright work and the paint has some small pitting due to non attention during storage. And there are a couple of what appear to be rubs in the exterior panels where the paint is creased but not cracked.
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