While the Model 50 was Buick’s entry level car for 1932, these attractive and well-equipped cars benefitted greatly from the range-topping Series 90, and featured such upmarket niceties as a Valve-in-Head inline eight-cylinder engine, 3-speed gearbox with synchromesh and freewheeling, and handsome updated styling. This rarely seen Fisher-bodied ’32 Model 50 sedan benefits from a well-maintained older restoration, and is very well detailed throughout, with period correct features including wooden artillery wheels, rear-mounted spare, and dual trumpet horns. It is an appealing alternative to more common cars of the era, and is a charming and affordable entry into the wonderful world of pre-war motoring. This vehicle recently arrived and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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