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Can anyone tell me how or where I can get info on a 1932 Buick Model 67?? I'd like to find out more about this car! ANYTHING AT ALL WILL BE BETTER THAN I HAVE NOW.(nothing)


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I highly recommend that you try the AACA Library and Research Center.

The L&RC page on this web site is at:

The L&RC has thousands of pieces of original automobile literature on many vehicles in their holdings. The collection includes:


Sales literature,advertisements, brochures, catalogs, etc.

Owner's manuals,

Shop manuals

Parts books.

Periodicals including The Horseless Age, MoToR, The MoToR Show annuals, and Cycle and Automobile Trade Journal, as well as current periodicals.

Color chart books and boxes of color chips.


sheet music



jokes, cartoons, annual reports, etc.

The L&RC has information on many rare and obscure vehicles, and could likely be able to help you.

Part of their catalog A through M is online on the L&RC web site, so it should include the listings of Buick in the collection that you can search online. It would be a good idea to also contact the L&RC by phone, letter or email in case there are some things not yet in the online catalog. The L&RC hours are 8:30am to 3:45pm Monday through Friday (but you can do online searches anytime). The staff can make copies of information for you at a very reasonable cost. Depending on where you are located, you can also visit the L&RC located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the AACA National Headquarters an view the material in person.

Further contact info is :


P.O. BOX 417


PHONE: (717) 534-2082

Kim Miller is the librarian. Kim and the rest of the L&RC staff are very friendly and very helpful. Give them a try. They will most likely be able to help you.

Hope this helps.

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The 1932 Buick Series 67 is a five-passenger four-door sedan with a 273cid/90hp (96 with high-compression) overhead valve straight eight. Wheelbase 118 inchesThere were 9013 built, the third most of all body styles and series for 1932 Buicks. By far the most popular Series 60, with the second most popular being the two-door sport coupe at just 1,678, followed by the victoria coupe at 1,514.

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I suggest that you ask this question on the BCA Pre-War forum. Do you have more specific questions? Are you asking because you are considering a purchase?

Mark Shaw

Vancouver, WA

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