It’s not often that you come across a car that is over 100 years old, let alone one with original paint and upholstery. Yet this 1911 Buick Model 33 barn find is a “preserved” specimen from the brass era. It’s very different from the cars you might’ve seen soaking in the lime light at the New York International Auto Show, such as the topless 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, but there’s still an appreciation to be had for such a historically rich antique.
This unique ride is brought to our attention by BarnFinds.com, and the listing itself can be found on The Horseless Carriage Club of America’s website. The listing states that the Model 33 does run, and includes all of the original brass components. It’s “very complete and just as it came from the factory.” It even has the original California license tag on the dash.
This Model 33 seems like the perfect candidate for a restoration if you ask us, and could make quite the head-turner at future car shows. Are you drawn to this type of vehicle? Give us your thoughts on it in the comment section below.