1951 Buick Special Eight 2 Door Sedan, Mohair blue fabric interior, 263ci Fireball Straight 8 with Dynaflow transmission. Original one family owned car, Bought new in 1951 by Mr. Swanson in Bismarck, North Dakota, from Fleck Motor Sales Inc. The car comes with the original invoice, original bill of sale, and Buick Service Policy card from the dealer. Factory options include: flex wheel, foamtex cushion, EZI glass, accessory group and dealer applied Underseal. Solid and in original type condition, this car has had a good home all its life. Wonderful car from a different time in history, and one that is a blast to drive. Frankman Motor Co. has been serving our customers worldwide since 1988 and we love cars. We understand that you can't always be here to see the vehicle in person and as such we always encourage an independent inspection prior to purchase. Plus, don't forget, when the time comes to get your classic home and are not sure how, please ask. We work with professional haulers everyday and would be more than happy to make the process as smooth as possible if you'd like some assistance.
Sixty-six years old and apparently ready for a run the length of Route 66, this well-reserved and original 1950 Buick Special sedan is the Pick of the Day.
For the 1956 model year, Buick built 13,770 four-door station wagons, including some 4,545 upscale versions of what was known as the Estate Wagon.
Hardtops were all the rage in the 1950s, with designers topping big cars with stylish pillarless rooflines that looked both graceful and sporty.
I had owned a 1956 Buick Special when I was sophomore in college.
On the eve of the 73rd anniversary of Pearl Harbor, one special survivor will roll onto the collector-car auction block looking as fresh as it did on the “date which will live in infamy.”
A special class of modified versions of the original 356 model highlights a day of sports and competition excellence
Rumble of 350cid engine gives away powertrain
The concept is basically a race car with a slight semblance of civility
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