Our 1931 is a great driving CCCA Full classic that has benefited from mild restoration over the years and remains mostly original. The repaint was done years ago and shows a great patina. The wheels and most chrome were also redone. The interior remains mostly original and in very good condition. The car is ready to be enjoyed as is or would be an excellent candidate for a concours type restoration. Appraisal on file.
The glamorous Series 90 was Buick’s eight-cylinder flagship line during the early 1930s, clearly signaling the marque’s intention to lure buyers from the competition and even from its corporate sibling, Cadillac. Styling, overseen by GM design Chief Harley Earl, remains a Classic Era® masterpiece by any standard, including numerous elements that made Earl’s 1927 LaSalle and contemporary Cadillacs so appealing to buyers. In fact, some Fisher- and Fleetwood-built bodies from Buick’s Series 90 line were even shared across the GM range with Cadillac, making the big Buick an even more enticing value to many buyers.
Sporting, elegant and quite rare today, this 1931 Buick Series 90 Opera Coupe is one of precious few prewar Buick models to enjoy Full Classic® recognition from the Classic Car Club of America (CCCA). With its power and abundant comfort, it is well-suited for a wide array of driving tours and events. As offered, it provides a truly rare opportunity to acquire a striking top-line 1930s Buick, fit for touring and casual shows.
Inspection welcomed and encouraged. Professional appraisal available by direct message. Please reach out with any specific questions.
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Location: Manchester Center, Vermont, United States