Rare sports body - Restored - Valid MOT
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
|Registered in country:||Spain|
|Model Type:||22 Four|
Buick 22 Series Speedster from 1922 in good condition.
It has an interesting sports "Speedster" type two seater cabriolet body, which is similar to the one the Stuzt and Mercer of the 1920s had. It has two small independent windscreens and the rear fuel tank with two visible mouths. It also has a small luggage compartment between the tank and spare wheel.
It was originally sold in Spain in 1922. Fully restored 25 years ago and since then used in many events. It has the original 4-cylinder 170 CID OHV engine with its 6-volt electrical system. It starts and works perfectly, it's fun to drive thanks to its body’s light weight.
It includes a "pirate" light powered with carbide. It has a nice patina. The tyres are in good condition. Coming from a large private collection.
The car is located in Almeria, Spain.
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The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from El ejido (Spain). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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