Buick Special Convertible Coupe 1936 Francis Cream
The Special Buick Convertible Coupé was a rear wheel drive car with a front mounted engine which Buick manufactured as one of their Series 40 vehicles made from 1936 to 1949, representing a pre-war age of elegant motoring. Classed as a convertible/cabriolet with 4/5 seats, it came with two doors, a 3.8 litre engine and a 3-speed manual gearbox. An example sold at auction in the USA a couple of years ago for $44,000 USD!
Back down to earth, you can have a more realistically priced Oxford replica for much less! It comes in an ivory cream with black folded down hood and attractive pale blue interior and seating with ivory dashboard and steering wheel. It is registered as 217 304 Indiana 36.
Bob is off to the nearest agricultural show or fairground with this new Oxford "hook up"! This unusual and very colourful little vehicle is all ready for towing to wherever you want it, on your diorama, behind a car or Oxford Land Rover. You could even have it parked outside your 00 gauge railway station where Bob is guaranteed a roaring trade!