1923 Swift Tourer
Introducing the 1923 Swift Tourer Classic Car, a rare gem that's sure to capture your heart!
With only 3,300 miles on the odometer, this vintage car is not only a sight to behold, but it also packs a punch under the hood.
Meticulously restored from front to back and top to bottom, this Swift Tourer is in outstanding condition, and we dare say it's as good as, if not better than when it first rolled out of the factory. The cream coachwork finish with brown wings and pleated buttoned seats, light tan hood, tonneau cover, and hood cover, all come together to create a stunning visual masterpiece that's sure to turn heads.
But it's not just about the looks; this classic car is a joy to drive. With a rebuilt engine that surprises with its quickness and is an easy starter, you'll be cruising down the road with a smile on your face. The beautifully crafted upholstery adds to the luxurious feel of the car and ensures that you'll be comfortable for those long drives.
Owning this 1923 Swift Tourer Classic Car is a dream come true for any vintage car enthusiast. This is an extremely rare find, so rare that in fact it may be one of a kind now. This breathtaking piece of motoring history has been lovingly restored to its former glory.
Don't miss out on the chance to make this gem a part of your collection and have the chance to own one of the rarest car at the vintage shows.
So what are you waiting for? Place a bid now and get behind the wheel of this beauty and experience the thrill of driving a true classic.
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Cream with Brown WingsInterior Colour
Dark Brown LeatherDriver Side
Right Hand DriveMileage
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