1941 Buick Super

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1941 Buick Super
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125 HP, 248 cid, Overhead Valve In-Line 8-Cylinder Car, 3-Speed Transmission Chassis No. 14029I20; Engine No. 66438104. Pre-war Buicks were really a cut above most of the competition with stunning good looks, high performance engines and a reputation for quality and endurance. America was starting to prosper in 1941 as the nation's economy began to pick up, higher-end car sales enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. With a base price of $1,267, a total of 12,181 Super convertible coupes were produced by Buick that model year. Making this Fireball Dynaflash engine hum is a dual carburetor set-up that even includes the very hard to find bat-wing oil bath air cleaner. This Buick is exercised on a regular basis and during our inspection it started right up and appeared to be in excellent tune. It currently is showing just 136 miles on the odometer, which is believed to be since the restoration was completed. Finished in Royal Maroon with saddle brown leather seats and a tan canvas top, it presents an imposing view with its massive chrome grilles as well as its attractive styling bestowed on this line by Harley Earl's design team. This well appointed car is fitted with a factory radio, heater-defroster plus a clock mounted in the glove box door. Other items include a driver's side spot light, fog lights with Buick logos, and bright metal trim wings for the wheels. We did notice some minor patina issues in some areas of bright trim, but this is such a pretty car that a little blemish will probably go unnoticed.

Engine

Engine Type
Engine Size
Inline 8
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
Body Style
Convertible
Doors
Paint Type

Basic

Year
1941
Make
Buick
Model
Super
Miles

Interior

Interior Color
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No
Engine Size
Inline 8
Transmission Type
Manual
Body Style
Convertible
Vin
14029I20
Stock
RO12-45

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