This car is original and rust free. This was no doubt garage kept all its life as good as the chrome shows and very well equipped with power steering power brakes factory air and fender mounted dual mirrors. This is a lady owned car from Florida. It has had the original factory installed seat covers removed showing the original seats in excellent shape! Runs and drives great. The chrome is excellent.� This car runs great with a 4 barrel 364 nailhead V8 motor. The 1958 Buick was the only year that the fender portholes were not included but had plenty of chrome.� This model is a Buick Super 2 Door Hardtop. Visit R & S Auto Sales online at rsautosales.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 641-322-4777 today to schedule your test drive.
Sixty-six years old and apparently ready for a run the length of Route 66, this well-reserved and original 1950 Buick Special sedan is the Pick of the Day.
For the 1956 model year, Buick built 13,770 four-door station wagons, including some 4,545 upscale versions of what was known as the Estate Wagon.
Hardtops were all the rage in the 1950s, with designers topping big cars with stylish pillarless rooflines that looked both graceful and sporty.
I had owned a 1956 Buick Special when I was sophomore in college.
On the eve of the 73rd anniversary of Pearl Harbor, one special survivor will roll onto the collector-car auction block looking as fresh as it did on the “date which will live in infamy.”
The Pick of the Day celebrates the extreme styling of the era
There’s something special about an old car that’s been left alone
Watching a long-promised moment happen is pretty awesome
Besides Shelby Cobra and Sunbeam Tiger, a number of overseas brands installed American V8s into their cars for strong, reliable performance