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  1. Przemek M. I completely understand. I will keep a lookout Willis
  2. Mario, The luggage rack knob can be found at http://1933buickregistry.com Willis
  3. I think the car is over priced with very little shown. Exterior patina is not a reason for a high price and I can't tell if the paint is original ( no close picture to enlarge) without seeing at least the trim tag on the cowl. He does not mention and shows no pictures of the complete interior, engine bay or if it was started after sitting for so long. There are no close up pictures, just partial 20 footers. I see a lot of interior work needed, missing front seat, rear( not pictured) and unknown rust and wood repair (possible water leaks from top occured in the interior, just from looking at door picture). Upholstery and engine work are not cheap. The electrical system would need attention and or replacement after 40 years of sitting. Depending on the barn, there could be undercarriage rust. Mechanical items( steering, suspension, brakes) could be another issue. Finally, orginal headlight lens are needed at first glance and who could forget the expensive re-chrome work for this antique car.
  4. The luggage rack posted by A.A. Ron is not for any series (50, 60,80,90)1932 Buick. Willis
  5. I am looking for crank hole cover. Do you have one available? 32 Buickman
  6. I am looking for a 1932 crankcase cover and tie rod ends for 80/90 series. 32Buickman
  7. Oldpinpusher, The rear fender in the picture is not a 1932 Buick fender. It looks like 1931. 32Buickman
  8. Lurii, Are you still in search of an engine, front end and rear end? 32buickman
  9. There is another example of a 1931 model 96s on eBay under 1931 Buick for sale. Willis
  10. Both 80 and 90 Series are considered classic by CCCA. Slight correction, there was no 89 in 1931, there was 80 series. There are some slight differences with intake manifold and other components between the 1931 and1932 however previously mentioned the 80 and 90 series are interchangeable. Willis
  11. Brett: Sorry to hear of the death of your Uncle Bob. For me it's been a while since I've seen the 57s. It would great if you could post some pictures. John is correct in that the best place to get an idea of club interest in Allentown Pa. Willis
  12. 1931and 1932 used the same radiator cap (figure 8,flying 8)..1933 is a box or square 8. The mercury hood ornament was used on 1931 and 1932 Buicks only.1933 hood ornament was a woman with a wind blown vale. Create after the actress of the time.
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