Gateway Classic Cars Dallas is excited to offer this rare 1931
Buick Sedan. Painted Deep Cranberry, she turns heads and stuns
while driving or parked. this 31 has been transformed into a full
streetrod featuring a peppy 350 CID V8, Auto Transmission, modern
coilover suspension upgrades with mustang II style up front with a
9" in the rear with a trailing arm setup. The Interior is a blush
colored cloth throughout, with bucket seats up front, bench in the
rear, power window switches, modern AC, classy white face gold
ringed gauges, column shift with tilt wheel, stealthy radio that
has a great surround sound throughout the cabin. This Buick is
extremely rare and has been a family heirloom since 1931 when Carl
Nelson bought it from the original owner. Carl & his family drove
the car until the late fifty's when it was put under cover until
1999 when Carl's son Ron, along with the help of the late Ron Duke,
began the seemingly endless task of a restoration which was
completed in early 2001. Ron then presented the masterpiece back to
his parents who had no idea he had even embarked on the project.
Other than the drive train the roof and the running boards, the car
is completely original including the Porter's trunk. You truly have
to see this car to completely appreciate the attention to detail!!
This 1931 Buick is offered for sale by the Dallas showroom and can
be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD
video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information
please call our knowledgeable staff at 817-310-9400 or email us at
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