Buick built only 346 Series 50 Model 56C convertible coupes like this in 1933, the year Harlow H. Curtice became the division's president. 1933 was the low point in Buick production. Only 40,620 were built, but the energetic and efficient Curtice soon capitalized on such admitted advantages as the valve-in-head inline eight that powered all Buick models and it’s new for 1933 X-braced frame to re-inject the energy that would see it vault to third place in the Detroit production race in only a few years. In addition to being extremely rare, this example has had a ground up, nut-and-bolt Concours quality restoration. It is finished in two very attractive and complementary tones of Green, has a Brown leather interior, Tan cloth top and Cream painted wire wheels. In addition to the 86hp engine it is equipped with dual enclosed side-mounted spare wheels, wide whitewalls, chrome trim rings, a trunk rack, twin chrome plated windshield wipers, clock, chrome dual horns and has a rumble seat. The interior is gorgeous and the engine compartment, chassis, suspension ... in fact everything on the car ... is beyond perfect and still in show-ready, Concours condition. It is a singularly impressive and very rare automobile.