1949 Buick Model 71 Roadmaster 4 Door Sedan CA car restored approx
8 years ago. Automatic Dynaflow Transmission (rebuilt 2 years ago),
Rear Wheel Drive. The car was purchased just as you see it in
exemplary restored condition. Current owner replaced fuel tank,
battery, and 4 new tires in last 2 or 3 years. Odometer mileage is
believed to be original for the exceptional orignal condition of
interior suggestive that this car has led a very sheltered life.
This car started easily with the turn of a key, runs quietly, and
has an excellent quality ride. EXTERIOR: All trim is present. All
brightwork/chrome is intact and in great shape. The only damage to
any trim observed was a small dent in the left fender rear side
moulding that does not detract greatly for its presentation. Car
was a body on full restoration done to a very high standard. No
rust of any kind observed short of minor rust scale to
undercarriage and 1 small spot on bottom of quarter (very minor).
Rt fender has missing paint along inside edge at the mid-hood area.
Touch up should do nicely in that area. Hood has a small stone chip
that touchup should resolve nicely. Fender skirts are a rare good
fit. All panels are straight, free of damage and in very good
condition. All glass is intact and undamaged------appears to be all
original. Paint is a strong 9 or 9.5 out of 10 for the quality of
base/clear applied. Frt Grille has very VERY subtle evidence of
minor pitting but otherwise all the chrome and brightwork are
exceptional. All doors close firmly as they should. INTERIOR: I am
fairly sure the entire cloth interior is original, but it is so
incredibly clean and stain-free it may have been replaced with new.
All trim is present inside. Carpet is exceptional in all respects.
Headliner is perfectly intact. No bolster wear to seats, flooring
or windlace. All instrumentation is beautiful------a work of
art------------everything works as it should. Odometer reflects
15473 which by all accounts is correct
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