This 1939 BUICK has been restored to its original
The Buick was purchased by my father from the original owner in 1959. It wasn't until 2000 that we decided to restore the car and took it up to Jenkins Associates in North Wilksboro NC. Louis Jenkins held the patents for all the interior leather & fabric designs and had great experience finding the necessary parts to restore the car to its original condition. Retained invoices show that restoration expenses exceeded $90,000.
The 1939 Buick was then carried to several national meets where the car won 1st place in the junior and senior categories:
~ At the Buick Club of America show in 2001, it won the senior preservation award.
~ It won the senior category at the 2001 AACA National Fall Meet in Hershey, PA.
~ It also won first place in 2002 at the Annual
Grand National Meet in New Bern N.C.
The car has been kept under cover in a humidity controlled garage. No one has touched the car without gloves resulting in a beautiful interior and exterior condition. If you like any additional information, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org