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1930 Buick Model 61 FOR SALE


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Selling an original 1930 Buick Model 61. 95% complete and is in good condition considering its age. Was told it was in a museum for a few years and the thrown in storage for 35 years. It is a 6 cylinder than runs and drives great. All lights work and so does the horn. Have videos of it running and driving. Registered as a California Historical Vehicle. Tags up to date 2020. For more information please call or text 209-417-9191

Located in California $22,500

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26 minutes ago, trimacar said:

Well, hope it's more than 90% complete, that's not a good percentage.

 

These are great cars, yours has condition issues but appears solid.  

 

What dollar figure for purchase do you have in mind?

Open to reasonable offers at the moment. No familiar with these cars and not sure of an accurate price yet. Still waiting back to hear from a few people for professional opinions. Title has had it registered as a 32 for 35 years. 

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1 minute ago, Ben Perfitt said:

Well, I’m baffled - It does not have a ‘32 hood bumper or dash, but it definitely doesn’t have a ‘31 dash (pictured below) either. I’m certain it is a 1930 dash, yet he says it’s a straight-8 which didn’t come out until ‘31. If he says it is an 8 I believe him — which, like I said, leaves me baffled.

 

 

 

 

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Not familiar with these cars at all. I have done a certain amount of research to help let people know what I see compared to other vehicles. 

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Its a nice car, but it's a twixt and tween car.  Probably not quite good enough to leave as is, but too expensive to restore.

 

All I asked was to put some kind of value on the car.  You know you have a price in mind, everyone does.

 

Lately I've seen very nice 90's change hands in the 30-40k range for closed cars.

 

I think this is a 15k car max, even running, more or less depending on personal inspection.

 

Good luck with sale.

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Please also count the spark plug wires. I bet there are six, not eight. That really looks like a 1930 Series 60 to me. The good news is that the Series 60 was recently named a Full Classic by the CCCA, so it's the 1930 equivalent of a '31 or '32 90 Series.

 

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22 hours ago, Matt Harwood said:

Please also count the spark plug wires. I bet there are six, not eight. That really looks like a 1930 Series 60 to me. The good news is that the Series 60 was recently named a Full Classic by the CCCA, so it's the 1930 equivalent of a '31 or '32 90 Series.

 

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Problem solved ....almost.  The tag is 30109 which is a 1930 model 61 sedan.  The dash is 1930, fenders, bumpers, everything but the one thing I see that might be 1932 is the 

Buick bar badge between the headlights.  The 1930 has a thinner bar that is straight and the Buick logo is smaller.  Not exactly sure of this.  Would need better picture.  The car isn't even close to being a 1932.  I had a 32-90 this is no 32  90 especially not a limo.  I passed up a beautiful original 31-90 7 pass for 18 grand several years ago.  They are nice riding cars.

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