1935 Buick Model 96S Sport Coupe
Shown here in its original “Ambassador Maroon” paint, this is the only known survivor of the 42 editions built (found in Michigan and fully restored). This long wheelbase sport coupe has been dubbed by Flicking as a “charismatic gentleman” thanks to its special rear golf club door, rear rumble seat, and roll-up windows. “This is Mr. Bulgari’s favorite car for design meets drivability,” he says. The series 90 Buicks produced between 1931–1942 are also considered to be the most luxurious cars ever produced by Buick.
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