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For Sale: 1928 Buick Master Six Opera Coupe - $12,000 - Trinidad, CO - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1928 Buick Master Six Opera Coupe - $12,000 - Trinidad, CO

1928 Buick Opera Coupe - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1928 Buick Opera Coupe for sale.  Very rare, 1 of 50 still in existence, Rust free, Includes every option available at the time.  Ran when parked 2 years ago.  99.5% + of car is original.   Too many projects so it is time to let her go
Four new Coker tires included.  A real eye catcher  If interested please call for details,  odometer: 99000

Contact:  Chris  call or text:  (720) 9-nine-9-one-8-5-four

Copy and paste in your email:  cbe0c544cdd83060ac92d1483094da77@sale.craigslist.org
I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1928 Buick Master Six Opera Coupe.

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I like this too. If it was within a three hour drive, I think I’d go see it in person with funds in my pocket. Just looked where Trinidad Colorado is.  Middle of nowhere. Maybe a good thing. I don’t have a shortage of “things that need my time and money”

 


 

 

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I'll be staying in Trinidad, CO when I take my son back to school in a few weeks. I won't waste the owner's time...but boy, would I love to see that car!! An opera coupe... I know nothing about twenties cars, but it's beautiful and the originality is quite appealing to me.

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13 minutes ago, Gearheadengineer said:

I love it!  I am both happy and sad that it is so far away from me. 

Long-distance shipping is but an app or phone call away...

 

Buick called the 128" wheelbase models the Master Six 128 Series, this Body Style 28-58 2 door, 5-passenger coupe, a 274 ci Valve-In-Head six cylinder engine, 9,984 built, according to The Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1805-1942, Edited by Kimes and Clark.

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