1941 Buick This car is a spectacular example of a 'new car' that looks like a real rod. With a brand new undercarriage and motor, it'll go anywhere -- do anything -- you could expect from a new car but it's the perfect hot rod cruiser from 1941. The all electronic dash and sparkling interior are show stoppers in any crowd, and this great car is one of a kind. Call Today: $ 29,980.00
For some reason, Buicks are among the best values across the classic American car market.
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