Just arrived, an excellent example of Buick's top of the line
in 1949. Believed to have only 50K miles, older restoration
still shows well. The interior in this car is beautiful.
Now it will look great in your garage.
Very nice older repaint in the original Mariner Blue.
Newer Light Blue cloth & vinyl interior and door panels in excellent
condition. Original dash & gauges, new carpet and headliner.
Factory rebuilt 320 cubic inch straight eight engine
Rebuilt Dynaflow automatic transmission.
Original wheel covers & older whitewall tires.
RUST & ACCIDENT FREE - TOP OF THE LINE MODEL
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