1956 Buick Special is a striking example of the 50's era classic.Same owner for the last 20 years. Red and Black two tone exterior with Port hole fenders mimic classic fighter plane styling. Books and Documentation. $20,000 in chrome makes this car shine brighter than any other standing next to it. Powerful 322ci. Buick V8 paired to a automatic transmission makes for a effortless cruise out on the open road. White and Black interior with metallic accents make you feel like your going down the road in a time gone bye.High quality build that doesn't come to market very often. Frankman Motor Co. has been serving our customers worldwide since 1988 We love cars. Independent inspectors are always welcome for those who can't make it here personally. Plus, don't forget, when the time comes to get your classic home and are not sure how, please ask. We work with professional haulers every day and would be more than happy to make the process as smooth as possible if you'd like some assistance.
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.”
Pick of the Day also has factory-optional two-tone paint and vinyl roof
The 275 P endurance racer won Le Mans two years in a row, not just once, according to factory documents uncovered by the auction company
It’s fascinating to see the poster car for many young automotive enthusiasts in such a state of neglect
Engaging visitors is one of the most rapidly changing areas in the museum field today