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Denver is proud to offer this 1952 Buick Special 46S The Special
was an automobile produced by Buick. It was usually Buick's
lowest-priced model, starting out as a full-size car in 1936 and
returning in 1938 (after a two-year hiatus) as a mid-size. By 1970,
Special was no longer offered as a standalone model but the name
would later be used for the entry trim on 1975 to 1979 and 1991 to
1996 Century models. The entry level Buick can trace its heritage
to the Buick Model 10, a companion to Buick's first car, the Buick
Model B. The Model 10 started out as one of the independent brands
merged into Buick, called the Janney. Halfway into the 1949 model
year, the Specials received all-new bodywork, the first fully
postwar design for the series. New was also the 40D-series, a
better equipped version called the Special DeLuxe. The engine
remained the 248 cu in (4.1 L) which had been used since 1937, but
for 1951 this was replaced by the larger "Fireball" inline-eight. A
two-door hardtop coupe was also new for 1951. The 1954 Specials
had an all-new body and chassis, much wider and lower, and were now
equipped with the all-new, more powerful "Nailhead" V8 engines.
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