Beautiful 1941 Buick Super Coupe Model 56S. Reliable and beautiful stock driver w very low miles, though I drive it regularly.; speedo is still on the first turn...24,000 miles. Older restoration inside and out...museum stored for many years. Dual two-barrel rebuilt Strombergs on this tight 248 cu in engine and standard "three on the tree" transmission...with all new seals and gaskets. All gauges, turn signals, radio, heater, defroster, lights and wipers work; new wiring in secondary ignition. Newer battery, voltage regulator, fuel pump, SS muffler, master cylinder and transmission mount. Rebuilt starter motor, generator, oil pump, carbs and brakes. Glove box facing & instrument cluster newly restored...beautifully engine turned. Newer wide whitewall tires & tubes and functional spare, exhaust system. 24,000 original mile; no major leaks or oil burn. This is a good looking and reliable car with lots of new and rebuilt equipment. Placed in the Driver Division 2014 Nationals in Portland, OR. Need space for other cars. See it at the Hillsborough Concours.
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