Absolutely classic lines, suicide doors, and a Fireball 8 under the
hood make this 1939 Buick 41 Special full-sized nostalgia on
General Motors had some of the best-looking bodies around in the
late 1930s, and Buick was arguably the cream of the crop. This puts
an impressive face forward for '39 with a redesigned front end that
made room for a more artful grille design. And the torpedo-like
front headlights melted into the fenders for a super-sleek look. It
has a limo-like profile with the big rear window and the distinct
trunk-back style. Plus, we know you love the look of the fenders
that look as wind-swept as the headlights as they gently flow
beyond the wheel wells. Even the classic details are nice, like the
Buick Eight badging and the two-piece wheel trim with color-matched
steel wheels and classic whitewall tires.
Suicide doors are always an attention-grabber, and so it's
particularly nice to have them lining up so well on this example.
And when you look inside, you'll see that there has been the right
attention paid here to give you a true vintage style. The tan cloth
on the seats is updated but feels period correct. So you get a
vintage atmosphere with a fresh feeling. And this coordinate nicely
with the door panels, carpeting, and headliner. The speedometer,
dash, and especially the Buick Eight steering wheel have a terrific
1930s style. Even the trunk has a few nice details, including
special pillows that come with the car. And because there really is
a limo-like room in the back seat, it's easy to share this sedan
with family and friends.
Just like the suicide doors, the butterfly hood Is another awesome
piece of symmetry that people will love to check out. And when they
get closer, they're going to marvel at the tidy look of Buick's
famous Fireball 8. The 248 cubic-inch straight-eight always
impresses with its long block, especially with the self-promoting
head cover. It keeps everything honest to the 1930s-style, but the
newer hoses, gaskets, and other details also tell you it has been
properly maintained. It gives you good control on the road with
tight steering and a column-shifted three-speed manual
transmission. This car also feels much more modern thanks to
Buick's independent front end and coil spring rear. It's all part
of a package that not only impresses you with how it looks, but
also how comfortable authentic 1930s motoring can be.
This sedan has a long body, long motor, and is long on desire. So
don't miss this vintage Buick. Call today!!!