1952 Buick Super Estate Woody Wagon
1 of 1,830 produced.
The 1952 Buick Super Estate Woody Wagon was the most expensive Buick of all Buicks for 1952. How many are left?
This beautiful "Woodie" is not only a fine investment, but also an attention getting statement of quality and style whenever it is driven.
It is powered by a 263 ci inline eight cylinder Dynaflash engine.
Independent front coil suspension.
Live rear axle.
4-wheel power assist hydraulic brakes.
129" wheel base.
Installed air conditioning.
Converted to 12 volt.
Finished in Cream Beige with Oxblood interior.
Excellent wood, fit and finish is excellent.
Driving the car is exhilarating. Cruise or show, the choice is yours.
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