Desirable as is Collectible, beautiful in every way and the pride
of GM as Harley Earl created a true masterpiece in advanced design
and style that transcends generations. This Solid, Survivor, Well
Equipped, and Beautiful Convertible Coupe is all that and then
some... Call us for details. 1956 Buick 60 Special 'The Best Buick
Yet!" as it was claimed by GM execs of the era. Buick first used
the Century nameplate in the 1930s, commemorating its ability to
exceed 100 mph. The year to see a Buick wearing the 'Century' name
in the post World War II was in 1954. This model had Buick's most
powerful engine in the smallest model, and fitted with tastefully
understated bodywork. The Century's 'Fireball' overhead-valve V8
engine was capable of producing 255 horsepower in 1956.
Zero-to-sixty took less than ten seconds, with the quarter-mile
times of around 17 seconds and a top speed exceeding 110 mph. That
same engine is now in 1956 used in the '60 Special' Beautiful
Automobile and an obvious Bar Raiser in Automotive Technology and
Styling Advancements. Chrome Package, Tinted Glass, Armrests - Dual
Front, Power Steering, Automatic Transmission, Am/Fm Radio, Luxury
Package, Sports Package, Chrome Wheels, Full-Size Spare Tire, Spare
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