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  1. Wow-what a cache of beautiful cars! "Those were the days, my friend-I thought they'd never end." I tried my best to hang on to the good ones! Lee
  2. The history is so interesting on this car. So glad you posted that had a "good look " at this car -brings that histry back to life. New Orleans is one of our very visited favorite places, especially being a Mobilian, previously. Thanks
  3. 1933 BUICK MODEL 96 VICTORIA COUPE Prior to 1933, the Buick Motorcar Company enjoyed a production output that surpassed Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Pontiac and the numerous other automobile makers of the era. In 1933, Buick attempted to also outsell the luxury car line and compete with Packard’s 136-inch wheelbase five-passenger coupe that sold for $2,440 and Cadillac’s comparable 134-inch wheelbase coupe. Buick produced this Model 96 five-passenger coupe with a longer wheelbase of 138-inches and a base price of only $1,785. This was the largest Victoria Coupe ever produc
  4. 1933 BUICK MODEL 96 VICTORIA COUPE -FOR SALE -$48,000 Prior to 1933, the Buick Motorcar Company enjoyed a production output that surpassed Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Pontiac and the numerous other automobile makers of the era. In 1933, Buick attempted to also outsell the luxury car line and compete with Packard’s 136-inch wheelbase five-passenger coupe that sold for $2,440 and Cadillac’s comparable 134-inch wheelbase coupe. Buick produced this Model 96 five-passenger coupe with a longer wheelbase of 138-inches and a base price of only $1,785. This was the largest Victoria Coupe
  5. 1933 BUICK MODEL 96 VICTORIA COUPE Prior to 1933, the Buick Motorcar Company enjoyed a production output that surpassed Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Pontiac and the numerous other automobile makers of the era. In 1933, Buick attempted to also outsell the luxury car line and compete with Packard’s 136-inch wheelbase five-passenger coupe that sold for $2,440 and Cadillac’s comparable 134-inch wheelbase coupe. Buick produced this Model 96 five-passenger coupe with a longer wheelbase of 138-inches and a base price of only $1,785. This was the largest Victoria Coupe ever produc
  6. Very interesting- history on this car is fascinating. I have a handwritten letter from Doc Pressler to Irving Steele regarding facts about the Buick. He was humorous, too.Thanks for your comments. May I repeat these in conversation with other enthusiasts? Lee
  7. Thanks for your response. It is one of a few survivors- already having separation anxiety , here! A little history goes a long way. What a grand time this car has seen. Lee History of the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe owned by Lee and Cynthia Comer, Birmingham, Alabama When Lee and Cynthia Comer, of Birmingham, Alabama, purchased the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe in 1998, from Irving Steele of Cashiers, North Carolina, they were informed of the following hist
  8. Yes-listed on post-$55,000 THIS LISTING HAS BEEN REDUCED TO $48,000.
  9. Birmingham, Alabama History of the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe owned by Lee and Cynthia Comer, Birmingham, Alabama When Lee and Cynthia Comer, of Birmingham, Alabama, purchased the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe in 1998, from Irving Steele of Cashiers, North Carolina, they were informed of the following history of the car: The original owner of the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe was Samuel T. Williamson of Newark, New Jersey, Co
  10. 1933 BUICK MODEL 96 VICTORIA COUPE $55,000- reduced to $48,000 Prior to 1933, the Buick Motorcar Company enjoyed a production output that surpassed Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Pontiac and the numerous other automobile makers of the era. In 1933, Buick attempted to also outsell the luxury car line and compete with Packard’s 136-inch wheelbase five-passenger coupe that sold for $2,440 and Cadillac’s comparable 134-inch wheelbase coupe. Buick produced this Model 96 five-passenger coupe with a longer wheelbase of 138-
  11. 1933 BUICK MODEL 96 VICTORIA COUPE $55,000- reduced to $48,000 Prior to 1933, the Buick Motorcar Company enjoyed a production output that surpassed Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Pontiac and the numerous other automobile makers of the era. In 1933, Buick attempted to also outsell the luxury car line and compete with Packard’s 136-inch wheelbase five-passenger coupe that sold for $2,440 and Cadillac’s comparable 134-inch wheelbase coupe. Buick produced this Model 96 five-passenger coupe with a longer wheelbase of 138-
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