1938 Buick Century Series 60 Style 66C Convertible


 
Now here’s a very rare 1938 Buick Century Series 60 Style 66C Convertible that is in beyond amazing shape and it’s up for sale at the moment. This classic car has most likely not seen a lot of street time, but it has been here since the thirties and looks almost better now than ever.


 
The Carot Beige paint shines nicely in these shots and it goes extremely well with the Cranberry interior. For some reason I picture Dick Tracy patrolling around in a car like this. I’d absolutely love this as my summer cruiser although she’s worth too much to bring out on the road that often.


 
This is perhaps my favorite portion of this ’38 Buick and it seems like it was already ahead of its time. I love the wood surrounding it and they sure don’t make cars like they used to.


 
The wood grained dash and ivory colored tenite banjo style steering wheel look right at home in this Buick. The plush leather rumble seat is also another fun aspect of these cars and this one looks as news as the day it came off the lot. This ’38 was actually the last year Buick used wood in any production vehicle.


 
The ’38 is powered by a completely rebuilt to stock standards 320 C.I. Inline 8 Cylinder 140 HP engine which is linked to a very smooth and easy shifting 3-Speed manual transmission. There were 694 versions of this roadster made and rumor has it only 15 which are in mint condition.

This Buick is for sale by the fine folks over at OnlineMotorsports.com for $129,900 USD. If you’re interested in inquiring about this beauty then give Dave a call over at 1-630-327-8321, and or 001-630-327-8321 for international buyers.

Ryan Clark
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