This fully restored 1932 Buick Model 50 2-Door Phaeton is an extremely rare and special automobile. Powered by the famous Buick straight-eight engine, this top-of-the-line Buick drives well and looks spectacular. With fewer than 400 examples produced featuring this body style, this Buick is loaded with options available in 1932. Removable center posts and roll-up glass windows transform this Convertible Phaeton into a beautiful sedan. The interior features leather upholstery with a high-quality carpet on the floors. The wood-grained dash complements the classic Art Deco styling of the gauges and controls. The odometer was reset at the time of restoration, indicating that this vehicle has been driven slightly more than 6,000 miles since. Body tags indicate that this is a Fisher-built body, Job #32521, Body #218. Sold with an expired Maine registration.