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For Sale: 1930 Buick Four Passenger Sport Coupe Model 46S  - $18,000 - Old Colorado City, CO

https://cosprings.craigslist.org/cto/d/colorado-springs-1930-buick-four/7234257003.html

1930 Buick two door coupe with rumble seat. Overhead valve six cylinder engine, three speed tranny on the floor. Car has been restored including interior with new headliner. New vinyl top. original wooden spoke wheels. Runs fine.

Contact: Al (719) 4-8-two-4-two-8-one

Copy and paste in your email:  f26c8a79f1eb3eb5987c7665f716e905@sale.craigslist.org

 

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1930 Buick Four Passenger .Sport Coupe Model 46S

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corrected title Sport Coupe Model 46S (see edit history)
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1 hour ago, Fossil said:

I've noticed those oil cans on the firewall before. Was there something that needed regular oiling? Water pump? 

Did the updraft carburetors on these work well? 

 

 

 

 

I've wondered about that, too. The lubrication schedule on old cars is pretty extensive, but it's not like you'd need to lube anything every few miles. Aftermarket?

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19 hours ago, Fossil said:

I've noticed those oil cans on the firewall before. Was there something that needed regular oiling? Water pump? 

Did the updraft carburetors on these work well? 

 

   

 

   I think the were an accessory on some cars, standard on others. I have one on my 1930 Ford as well as my 1913 Model T. I added them. The only cars I have seen them on which appear stock are some pre-1932 cars. My friend has a 1912 Hudson which has a double bracket holding two oil cans......must need lots of lube!

   As far as updraft carbs, my only experience is with Fords and mine work great.

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