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1932 Buick Phaeton Sport- Series 50 Straight 8. A nice 1980's restoration of a rare Buick. a really pretty car that runs and drives well. Fawn leather, interior, good top, and well preserved or an older restoration. Not many of this body style were produced from my research, and only a few remain that are known about.  Car is a  "classic", and has those beautiful lines from the GM cars made in 1932.  Engine and frame needs to be detailed and would make a nice show car as well as a good tour car.

 

Offered at $32,500 OBO for a quick sale.   Car is located in Franklin Lakes, NJ. Call Renee James Collector Cars for additional details and to make an appointment to see the car in person. 201-264-8969  

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6 hours ago, Matt Harwood said:

This wasn't one of the Mac Blair 90-Series cars that were recently on offer. Big difference between a 50 Series and a 90 Series, both in terms of driving and buying.

 

Matt, can you tell us more about those 90-series cars that

you say were being sold?  Is Mac Blair still alive and doing well?

Was he selling them directly, or were they being auctioned?

 

I know that he, as an accomplished 1932 Buick specialist,

often had a car or two for sale.

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Personally, I think prices are still due for a correction. Not many collectors under 30 who really want these old cars. They do not do highway speeds. Just like most young people do not collect or want a big house. give the market 5 years. These prices will be considered very high. Fiesta ware can not be given away.

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I never thought about something you said. Just what do young people collect these days?  What do they have a nostalgia for? I offered to put my 19 year old nephew as sole heir to my estate and his response was "What would I do with all your old stuff?"    Sad considering so much came from his great grandfather and grandfather.  Of course if I sold it all he would gladly take the cash.

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Nice Buick, wheels are probably the correct size as it is a 50 Series Buick which have the smaller wheels, I have a 1931 91 series which is a bigger car and the wheels on mine are 19" with the lock rings, tires are 7.00x19 with the 4.75" white walls, I think the standard size wheel for the big bodied Buicks from 1930 and 1931 were 19".

 

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