Now this looker is sure to turn some heads! This survivor condition 1975 Buick Century really looks sharp with it's great color combination which is silver paint with red interior. It can really race with its 350 V8 engine which is backed up by an automatic transmission. Features that will knock your socks off include power steering power front disk brakes factory air dual mirrors AM / FM radio and a landau vinyl top. The cherry on top is it's original rally road wheels. This car is sharp and has been well taken care of. It has been in the possession of the previous owner for at least the last 27 years. I believe the miles to be original at 76776. This dream machine's exterior silver paint has been repainted years ago and still looks purely delightful today. You'll be taken back to the age of Jaws and Bob Dylan as you sit behind the wheel of this Buick. The original red interior shows a little wear on the carpet and the dash sports a couple of cracks however it still looks peachy for it being original. �It runs and drives down the road really well and is ready to drive to your next classic car event! Visit Coyote Classics online at coyoteclassics.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 641-512-4727 today to schedule your test drive.
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