Chassis no. 2593979
Enrollment historical since 2005.
Engine block 8 and cylinder 5.650 cc
Manual transmission with 3 speeds.
Historical Vehicle. ITV: every 5 years.
Suspension leaf springs.
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Buick Coupe S80 5650cc 1931
Artsvalua is pleased to offer for your consideration a beautiful piece of the history of the automobile from origin Belgian in the form of a sedan Buick 2-door 1931. This classic is powered by its original engine 8-cylinder variant Series 80. This classic has been well maintained and is in impeccable condition. The car runs perfectly and is very well taken care of.
The car offered:
Buick 80S Coupe 2-door (fully restored).
As you can see in the pictures above, this car is an impeccable restoration that was completed some time ago. Vehicle of a particular collection, for different reasons, goes on sale. Aside from making some minor improvements, the car has been cared for and enjoyed leading the city and in concentrations and exposures.
The Buick Roadmaster is an automobile which was built by Buick from 1936 to 1958, and again from 1991 to 1996. The Roadmasters produced between 1936 and 1958 were built on the longer wheelbase of the sedan from Buick, and shared its basic structure with Cadillac's entry-level and, after 1940, veterans Oldsmobiles . Between 1946 and 1957 the Roadmaster served as the flagship of the Buick.
The Series 80, which belonged to a package of superior equipment's, had an engine of eight cylinders in line of 344.8 cubic feet (5.650 cc) that developed 104 BHP (78 kW; 105 HP) at 2,800 rpm. The following year, introduced a new high-performance engine developing 113 HP (84 kW; 115 HP). In 1933, the model was completely revised. At the end of 1933, the series 80 was discontinued after producing 24,117 units. In 1936, the model was re-introduced and changed its name to "Series 80 Roadmaster".
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