Very interesting 1933 Chrysler Hot Rod Racer Buesler 8 Indianpolis something about it beckons me to drive it.
1As usual MissChiTown LLC brings you some of the most unusual cars. The car that you see before you is a traditional 1930/40 Hot Rod Race Car that was designed and built by a well-known builder in Texas. This car is complete, highly detailed and runs down the road, starts, stops and has functioning headlights and taillights and is a most piece attractive piece of automobiliana. Whether it is in a museum, car show or just driving it down the road.
While this car can be considered a Hot Rod it is done in somewhat the style of an Indianapolis open wheel racecar and we just love the unique color scheme of the yellow, red & orange exterior. You should note that the dashboard has full instrumentation and is engine turned in a most attractive manner.
This car is currently owned by two elderly partners who are still good friends but have decided that they are both too old to enjoy driving the car around and have now put it up for auction.
It may be interesting to note that cars of this race style are still being used as racecars in South America on some of the historic tracks. The owners have set a reserve that is extremely low and in our opinion is equivalent to having the car set a ‘no reserve’ price.
You can bid with confidence on this extremely attractive car knowing that it comes with a clear “1933 Chrysler” Illinois title. Remember that any time you place a bid you should consider that it could possibly be the winning bid and that you are committed to purchase the car.
Items to take note of are:
Chrysler CQ Chassis
1934 Buick Straight 8 Engine with twin down draft Stromberg carburetors.
Chrysler CQ Rear End
Buick 3-speed manual transmission.
Full running lights.
Air shock absorbers.
Car starts, runs and drives just fine.
On May-22-12 at 20:27:00 PDT, seller added the following information: Wheelbase of Buesler is: 128″ +/- 1″ The car is METAL not fiberglass.