Ultra Motorsports is very pleased to offer this exceptionally restored 1957 Buick Century sedan. These vehicles are a favorite among collectors and highly sought after. The one year only "three window" rear is a crowd favorite. Another unique feature is the "no post" sedan. This gives a very unique look when compared to the boring sedans of the period. The 1957 Buick Century was indeed a luxury car of the period. The two tone exterior of this car is absolutely stunning with no visible blemishes. The trim and chrome and trim are in perfect condition. The interior shows very well. The underside has been restored at some point and has a finished look. The engine compartment is detailed nicely and the hood could be proudly raised at any car show. Mechanically this vehicle is operating perfectly. The original engine and transmission have been restored. The car is running, driving, and stopping as it should. Please call our office (269)969-5666 or Rich (260)704-0234 if you would like additional photos, video, or information. Financing for this vehicle is available through JJ Best Bank. Worldwide shipping assistance is available for this vehicle. -- EXTERIOR: Excellent Overall Exterior Condition; Glossy Paint; Excellent Exterior Trim; Excellent Windshield; No System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]; Fully Detailed; No Accidents; No Body Work -- INTERIOR: Excellent Overall Interior Condition; Excellent Dashboard; Excellent Carpets; Excellent Headliner/Panels; Excellent Trunk/Cargo Space; Excellent Seats; No System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]; Fully Detailed
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