1920 Buick Model K45-Six Touring Car This is a fascinating story of a car that was accidentally, but actually frozen in a block of ice for over 20 years of its early life!! Please read all of the documents in the pictures to see how this car went from Colorado and wound up in Indiana. This Buick, with only 37,929 original miles, is all original except for the leather seats, the convertible top material, the battery and the tires! It was presented and awarded The "Archival Award" by the Buick Club of America for being as original as they come. It recently had the clutch completely gone through, lubricated and adjusted. The rear end and drive shaft was completely removed, gone through, inspected, lubricated and reassembled. All the gauges work....even the spot light still works as well!! The runs and drives without any issues. The fuel system was completely drained, cleaned, sealed and reassembled too. The convertible top was restored in its original "Sitts" material. The seats were reupholstered with the correct pattern and material as well. This Buick Open Touring car is a piece of history mostly because all of the documentation and the story behind the car.