1931 Buick 87
Transmission: 3-Speed Syncromesh Manual
Body Type: Touring Sedan
Redline Restorations is pleased to offer this 1931 Buick 80 4-Door Sedan. The Buick Series 80 was a popular choice between working professionals, and had coined the nickname the “Doctors Car”. The Series 80 and Buick line-up were well respected and considered an upgrade from Oldsmobile and Chevrolet, offering “Superior Performance at an Affordable Price”.
This particular 1931 Buick belonged to retired fire Chief Pasquale Batinelli. He had the Buick since he was chief of Stamford’s Glenbrook Fire Department. The words “CHIEF” were painted on the front doors with gold-leaf lettering so it was not a surprise when he showed up to a call.
In 1931, Buick introduced a new inline-8 cylinder motor that was capable of roughly 100 horsepower. This engine was used in their 50, 60, 80, and 90 models. Buick utilized this straight eight engine style for over two decades because of its power, efficiency, and dependability. The Mohair interior was recently re-upholstered and shows in excellent condition. The attention to detail from the door cards to the headliner makes for an unmatchable driving experience.
Please reach out with any questions, we are available 7-days a week at (203) 335-9555 or via email [Email Dealer]. All reasonable offers and trades are always considered!
Re-upholstered Mohair Interior
Firestone Gum Dipped Balloon Heavy Duty 9-Ply Tires
3-Speed Manual Transmission
Body by Fisher
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