Winner of several Alberta car shows. This car was originally built and purchased in the U.S. and is now owned by a Canadian. The vehicle is immaculate. It has original paint, original leather seats There is no accident damage on the vehicle. The only rebuild on the vehicle was done several years ago, and all the rubber seals, O-rings, engine seals, door, body, window, trunk seals etc were replaced with genuine Buick parts. The entire electrical system was replaced with new genuine Buick parts, brakes, tires and steering mechanisms were also replaced with new parts. This is a true Roadmaster, not a Super or a Custom. There are a handful of these cars left in the world, and this car is a 10 out of 10, and has to be seen to be appreciated. The vehicle also comes with a complete set of the original Buick owner's manual and all mechanical manuals for servicing. Please feel free to contact us for more details.
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