This is an affordable way to get into classic car collecting.
Plenty of people think they need to have hundreds of thousands of dollars sitting around to get into collecting classic cars. That’s the case if you’re going for the big fish, the white whale cars everybody seems to swoon over and are in immaculate, showroom condition. However, you can cut your teeth on something far more affordable, like this 1953 Buick Special, offered by Freije & Freije's Upper Midwest Auction on October 15th in Glencoe, MN.
This Buick was built with a striking appearance and flowing lines. The convertible tops makes it an excellent cruiser and star candidate for your classic collection. Powering this 19/53 Buick Special Convertible is a straight 8 cylinder engine, which is then backed by an automatic transmission. It has striking leather interior, and rolls on snazzy aluminum spoke wheels.
To make this 1953 Buick Special Convertible even sweeter and more appealing to car collectors, it was the subject of a frame off restoration that emcompassed many parts of the car. This included rebuilding of the transmission, all new interior, all new power top, new convertible top, and top level chrome. It has clean blue paint and white wall tires, making it an extraordinarily striking classic Buick Special Convertible. The odometer shows 64,636 miles. See it here.