For sale in our Dallas showroom is stunning 1941 Buick Road Master. It s 1941 in the USA, the hustle and bustle of the early 40 s life feels great. You re riding in the back seat on you way home and an announcement chimes in on the old AM radio. Were headed to war.. Your dad grips the stunning ivory white steering wheel of this Buick wishing it wasn t true. These C body Buicks where all the rage of the early 40 s before WW2 and the styling was superb. This 1941 Road Master has been completely overhauled and looks better than the day it rolled out of the factory. Coming off a recent paint job in the mid 2000 s, the bold pearl gray paint pops and looks like it was sprayed yesterday. Under the hood of this time piece is its numbers matching 320 CID Inline 8 Fireball power plant! It has then been link up to a smooth shifting 3 Speed manual transmission on the column. Sitting behind the ivory white steering wheel on the plush leather interior seats really gives you a feel of luxury in this classic. The dash is immaculate with its bushed metal and copper accents in gauges and like new stainless center dash and radio! The Road Master really gives you a sense of luxury and class with its red leather interior and matching door panels. This stunning 41 Buick has been equipped with AM/FM Radio, Bias Ply Tires, White Wall, Leather Interior and Hub Caps. To view this vehicle in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and videos, visit our website at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1941 Buick Road Master, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-310-9400.
1941 Buick Roadmaster Convertible When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them. Thats what Buick told us in 1941, and this stunning Roadmaster convertible certainly proves the point. Except for Ford, Buick sold more convertibles than any automaker in 1941. No small wonder, as it offered its widest array of body styles to-date, a total of 26 in five separate series: Special Series 40, Super Series 50, Century Series 60, Roadmaster Series 70, and Limited Series 90. Production increased 34 percent, qualifying Buick for fourth place in industry sales. This Roadmaster for consignment is 1 of only 1,845 two-door convertible units produced in 1941. Design was upgraded a bit from 1940 model, but the lines of the fenders, and the hood, with a downward curved trunk area, give the illusion that this car is moving when in actuality it is standing still. Exterior Style-wise, the 1941 Buicks were quite different from their predecessors. Exposed running boards and door hinges, as well as fender-mounted spare tires, were a thing of the past for 1941. New fender lines provided a much sleeker look, and headlights were completely enclosed in the fenders for the first time. Consigner states that this car was repainted in 2016 prior to the previous owner bought the car. Draped in beautiful black, panels are straight, and the car is in very nice condition relating to the steel exterior. Full rear wheel-skirts accent the sleek lines of the rear fenders. Wide whitewall tires are mounted on red rims, further highlighting the dynamic color scheme. A canvas convertible top, electrically actuated, is pristine. Chrome is like new, and badging is good condition. Interior Red leather adorns all door panel, and seats. It is showing a slight wear, but no large or small creases or cracks are noted. Perfect red carpet is flooding the floor and provides a very comfortable surface even if you want to ride barefoot! The original dash with machined spin pattern machining, houses the glovebox and the instruments. A large Art Deco designed radio speaker highly chromed sits in the center gleams loudly. The original steering wheel, a banjo style, fronts the dash. An additional item is the felt lined trunk which presents as nice as the interior. Drivetrain The big news, however, for 1941 was Compound Carburetion, the forerunner to the four-barrel carburetor and also to the multi-carb setups so loved by the manufacturers following World War II. Optional on Specials and standard on all other models, a pair of carburetors extracted more power from Buicks 320ci Fireball straight eight-good enough for 165 horsepower on Roadmasters. This made Buicks the highest-powered standard production cars in America, with 15 horsepower more than the engine used in that years Cadillac! Undercarriage All metal and nary a speck of surface rust...Pristine! Mechanically rebuilt engine, suspension and drivetrain by owner prior to the current consigner, this Roadmaster is eye candy and a drivers heaven. To feel the car go through the gears effortlessly, you can hardly believe this car is from 1941. Enveloped in leather, top down, and a Fireball inline 8 pulling you along, who cares what year it is! Come to Classic Auto Mall and give this Lady in Red a try.
1941 BUICK ROAD MASTER 4-DOOR. THE CAR HAS 61,925 MILES ON THE ODOMETER AND THE TITLE STATES THAT IT IS ACTUAL MILEAGE. IT HAS THE ORIGINAL STRAIGHT 8 ENGINE WITH FACTORY (2) 2 BARREL CARBS. MOTOR AND TRANS SEEM TO RUN AND SHIFT FINE. THE BRAKES, LIGHTS AND HORN ALL WORK. NOT SURE OF THE LAST TIME THE CAR WAS ON THE ROAD BUT EVERYTHING SEEMS TO WORK PROPERLY. THE INTERIOR SEEMS TO BE ALL ORIGINAL BUT THE SEATS HAVE A COVER ON THEM. THE BODY IS NOT IN PERFECT CONDITION BUT GOOD FOR ITS AGE. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call