This 1933 Buick Victoria looks like pure elegance on the outside, and the custom white leather A/C interior really prove the point inside. But beneath the skin is big block power, four-wheel disc brakes, and an fully independent suspension. So you're going to want to check out all the details of this restomod, because this is an opportunity at something truly unique that offers the best of everything.
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its first impression. It's a true 1933 steel-bodied Buick that has a solid feeling you understand the moment the doors latch. You'll love how people admire the tall Buick grille, shining headlight housings, true wire wheels, and fold-down trunk to add a steamer trunk on the back. There's pure elegance in the details - from the rear window wind deflectors, to the classic cowl openings along the hood. The maroon paint is the perfect color pairing as it gives this a bold but dignified presence as the light dances across those long front fenders. The only hints at the extra performance within are subtle pieces, like the top-mount sport side mirrors, tinted windows, and the wider/modern tires disguised as iconic whitewalls.
Inside there have been more investments in custom luxury, and this is also where the car really begins to show its modern side. After all, you might have been able to get white leather in back in the '30s, but they never had an interior that looks as comfy as this. Not only do you get two individual seats up front with terrific bolstering, but also they power adjust to your ideal position. White on the door panels, tilt steering column, dash, and headliner really drive home the luxury atmosphere. Plus, you get the right modern comfort upgrades, like an AM/FM/CD stereo, cruise control, and ice-cold air conditioning.
You'll love lifting the engine cover and showing the custom valve covers that announce this is a '33 Buick. But keen eyes will instantly understand that they never offered anything as powerful as this back in the day. It's a 402 cubic-inch big block V8. It inhales deeply from a Weber four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with dignified authority out of the dual exhaust. While this is great for power, this Buick restomod is terrific for so much more. The fully independent suspension (both front and rear) has been integrated from a C4 Corvette to deliver a driving experience like no other '30s classic you know. Plus, there's rack & pinion power steering and four-wheel disc brakes. There's even a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. So this cool cruiser provides a fantastic driver feeling near or far.
This is the build that's comfortable for everything from the Power Tour to the morning commute. How many 1933 classics can you say do that?! That's why you know you need to hurry to grab this one. Call now!