If youre a fan of chrome, then this 1956 Buick Special Riviera will certainly hold a special appeal. For many, the appeal of the sportiest Buick can be explained by its big car comfort and power and Chevy-sized package, making for one formidable factory hot-rod. The CMC paint code on the cowl tag is for the tri-tone combination that was popular on 50s Buicks, sandwiching code C Dover White between code M Seminole Red top and side coves for a truly dazzling effect. Refinished several years ago, its holding up well, which we can credit to modern paint technology, and the finish will probably look this good for years to come thanks to durable materials. There are a few minor signs of age, but nothing that gets in the way of the cars handsome good looks and use-it-now condition. Underneath, theres solid GM steel, since reproduction body panels for these cars are non-existent, and someone did their homework, because this big cruiser fits together pretty well. And talk about chrome! That massive grille is composed of dozens of separate pieces to create the grinning countenance that is the Buick front end, and its in good shape with a little bit of corrosion that could probably be buffed away with some steel wool. Of course, it also includes the three venti-ports signifying a Special, plus the famous Buick sweep-spear whose shape is still seen in the Buicks built today. The handsome two-tone interior is pure 1950s cool. GM designers in the 50s were the best in the world, and this car shows you why. The black and red seats are wide and comfortable, of course, with flashy door panels to match and both the carpet and headliner are recent. The three-spoke steering wheel is a nice contrast that lets the dashboard design take center stage, and it embraces chrome just as much as the front-end of the car does. The gauge lenses are showing a bit of age but they do give you a complete view of the engine and the original Sonomatic AM radio still lives in the center of the dash with that incredibly ornate speaker grille below it (sorry, the radio isnt working). The trunk is neatly trimmed in black with proper cardboard panels. Buicks 322 cubic inch Nailhead V8 was standard across the line for the first time in 1956, and with a modest bump in horsepower, the Special was one of the fastest cars in the Buick lineup. We suspect that the engine bay is entirely original, although it has been well maintained over the years. Thats Buick Turquoise engine paint and the stock air cleaner lives atop a correct 2-barrel carburetor. Still running its original generator, the car sticks to the factory specifications throughout and the radiator up front is HUGE, so it runs nice and cool. Buicks Dynaflow transmission was a bit more sophisticated by 1956, so its still impossibly smooth out on the road where speed creeps up on you without anyone noticing. The suspension is commendably supple, and even with drum brakes all around, braking is confident. The floors are remarkably clean and the single exhaust features a new muffler and tailpipe. Optional full wheel covers are a nice upgrade, and it rides on vintage Remington wide whites that look right. This Special provides big power and a comfortable size, along with a great deal of style, all at a reasonable price. Like I said, if you like chrome, there arent many better choices than a big Buick. Call today!
1953 was a big year for Buick, which was celebrating its 50th anniversary. It was also the year that the infamous Nailhead V8 was introduced, replacing the venerable straight-8 that dated to 1931. To celebrate, GM built the lovely 1953 Buick Skylark, which, alongside its cousins the Oldsmobile Fiesta and Cadillac Eldorado, became the hits of the 1953 Motorama show. The Skylark started as a standard Roadmaster convertible, but thanks to extensive hand work, it took on an entirely new look that was ostensibly designed to make it into a sports car. Now whether a 4000 pound Buick can be sporty is a discussion for another time, but there is no question that this is a fantastic-looking piece of 1950s art. Wearing soft pastel yellow, it has a wonderful 50s look thats a bit more interesting than its original Majestic White. The paint is showing some age, but in this time of over-restored Skylarks sitting on show fields, its a relief to see on that you can actually drive and enjoy without worries. All the fantastic Skylark details are still intact, dont worry, from the sweepspear side molding to the dip behind the front doors to the stacked taillights. Chrome is a big deal on any car from the 50s, particularly a Buick, and its all in good shape, including the toothy grin up front and massive bumpers with neatly integrated bumper guards. And as a lifetime California car, the sheetmetal is in absolutely fantastic shape. The handsome black and white interior is recent, using correct leather (not vinyl!) and lots of new parts. Fresh carpets, beautiful new Dy-Noc appliques on the doors and dash, a fresh chrome horn ring, and a myriad of other parts really makes the interior look its best. The instruments are standard Roadmaster, along with the stack of controls flanking the radio speaker, and youll note that everything was standard on the top-of-the-line Skylark: power windows, power seat, power antenna, power steering, and a heater/defroster. All of the hydraulic systems were recently rebuilt so they all operate smoothly, including the black canvas convertible top, which is brand new. The low-slung driving position certainly makes the car feel sporty, yet theres room for six in the massive bench seats. Theres also a giant trunk thats neatly finished with black carpets and a full-sized spare. Skylarks were all equipped with Buicks all-new 322 cubic inch Nailhead V8, which is an absolute torque factory. Topped with a massive air cleaner assembly, it looks tightly packed into the engine bay, but thanks to a recent detail job, it looks just right. Theres new Buick Turquoise paint on the engine, fresh decals and labels, and a fresh tune-up. It starts easily and idles with a muscular hum thats just right for the upscale Skylark and as I mentioned, theres massive torque available to move the big ragtop with ease. Buicks famous Dynaflow automatic transmission was the only option, and while youll have to accustom yourself to its peculiar feel, theres no question that its the smoothest automatic transmission ever invented. The car has superlative highway manners and cruises effortlessly at modern speeds with little more than a whisper from the single tailpipe out back. Buicks always offered fantastic braking, and with fresh shoes and new DOT5 fluid inside, these are plenty capable. And no Skylark is complete without those lovely Kelsey-Hayes chrome wire wheels, which are wrapped with fat 6.0-15 wide whites. Unquestionably an A-list collectable, this is arguably Buicks finest work of the 1950s. Prices are not coming down, so grab this beautiful Skylark at a realistic price before it gets away. Call now!
In the 1980s, these Buick Regals were ubiquitous on the streets, but when was the last time you saw one? Offering a handsome color combination, a familiar 3.8 V6, and incomparable 80s luxury, this 1985 Buick Regal Limited is an awesome throwback to a simpler time thats very attractively priced. The books call this Cream Beige and its a subtle shade of light yellow that looks very upscale on the crisply folded Regal sheetmetal. These were really good looking cars back in the day, offering both a formal roofline and sporty long hood/short deck styling that really worked well. The paint is a respray that was done a few years ago, and its probably better than the original stuff would look today. Sure, its been driven, but theres very little evidence of it and youll be pleasantly surprised by just how good build quality was in 1985. Those big doors close with ease and thanks to healthy rubber weather seals, the interior is as quiet as a tomb. The vinyl half-roof adds some formality, and after seeing all those blacked-out Grand Nationals at every show, this one proudly wears a ton of chrome, all of which remains in very good overall condition. The interior is in fantastic condition. It appears to be almost entirely original, but its obvious that someone took exceptionally good care of it throughout its life. Its almost impossible to see where anyones posterior has been, because the drivers seat is firm, the steering wheel is like new, and theres not even a little depression where youd rest your elbow on the center armrest. The carpets show some minor wear thats probably inevitable on the deep pile they used in 85, and the burled walnut appliques actually look pretty convincing. Options include power windows and locks, factory A/C (needs to be serviced), a tilt steering column, cruise control, and an AM/FM/cassette radio thats probably due for an upgrade since it powers up but doesnt play. You also get a giant trunk that includes the original mouse fur mats as well as a pair of spare tires, one full-sized and one space-saver (we dont know why). Buicks indestructible 3.8 liter V6 provides plenty of grunt in the upscale Regal and is as silky smooth as youd expect. It has been properly maintained, so everything works like it should and the car starts, idles, and runs very much like its 1985 all over again. Its not detailed for show, but it is tidy and you could clean it up to really make a difference without a lot of effort. Given the bulletproof reliability of Buicks 3.8, you can drive this car with confidence just as you might have in 1985. The 4-speed automatic transmission shifts beautifully and the tall overdrive and highway gears out back make this a super highway cruiser ready for a road trip. Theres a brand new exhaust system that features twin tailpipes and a hushed muffler, and while theres a bit of surface scale, this is a very solid car. Factory wire wheel covers are the right choice and it sits on 205/75/14 whitewall radials, as original. This is a car with a lot of potential to go any way youd like, even if thats just keeping it the way it is and reliving 1985. Call today!
Dont be fooled by the 20-inch wheels, this 1964 Buick Wildcat hardtop is still 100% Buick and 100% awesome. Its one of those special GM cars with unique features, and with a monster 425 cubic inch mill under the hood, its just a fantastic piece of luxury muscle with all the right features. There were few more stylish cars on the road than the Buick Wildcat in 1964, with Buicks trademark sweeping body lines and chiseled good looks. Thanks to a high-quality repaint in Sonic Blue, it looks spectacular with a sophisticated air to it that only a Buick could wear. Its two-stage urethane, so the shine is deep and clear and thanks to expert care since it was done, it shows only a few signs of use. Buick was big on drama, so theres a deeply recessed grille, cool gills on the front fenders, and a surprisingly sleek roofline that you wouldnt expect on a Buick. The chrome and stainless trim is original and given that this car has never left the warm, dry south, its no surprise that its in great shape. Sure, theres a little patina to it, but theres no part that stands out as too nice or too shabby to be on this car and since its original, you know its crisp and authentic. This is one great-looking car. The two-tone blue interior isnt totally stock, but its an awesome contrast to the bright blue paint and its all-day comfortable. Thats the original bench seat wearing fresh upholstery and the door panels have been stitched to match. The carpets and headliner were probably replaced at the same time, but again, nothing jumps out as too new or too old so it all looks right. The wide dash has lots of jewelry, including a wide band of bright metal trim to give the Wildcat a sophisticated air, and the only part that isnt original is the billet steering wheel which looks great nonetheless. And if its road trips you enjoy, then the massive back seat and trunk will be assets, with the trunk carrying black carpet that looks clean and tidy. Buicks 425 cubic inch Nailhead V8 was renowned for massive torque production, and its just beautifully detailed. A custom air cleaner sits on top of dual Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetors and an Elco intake manifold, so power delivery is plenty snappy, even for such a big car. Correct turquoise paint makes the engine look correct, and the period finned valve covers and valley pan, it has a bit of a racy attitude. Features include power steering and power brakes, and factory A/C (needs to be serviced) so this car feels luxurious and effortless in everything it does. The transmission is a TH400 3-speed automatic, which would eventually supersede the venerable Dynaflow, and it powers a set of reasonably tall gears out back, making this a great highway cruiser that just loafs along with the big block barely breaking a sweat. The dual exhaust burbles along happily at any speed and youll be shocked by just how clean this car is underneath; take a look! Those 20-inch Ridler wheels make a dramatic statement and are wrapped in 245/40/20 performance radials. This is a beautifully finished car that is big, powerful, and easy to get into, both literally and figuratively. An incredible value, this big Wildcat will definitely surprise you. Call today!
Big, dramatic cars make for big, dramatic customs. Check out this stunning 1959 Buick LeSabre hardtop, which takes the already eyeball-popping Buick to an entirely new level. Fins, chrome, and big wheels make for one heck of a fashion statement, and with big block power, this one isnt just a wallflower. The 1959 Buick already looks like a full custom before you even begin working, so its easy to see why this car looks so amazing. The two-tone black-over-red paint job is dramatic and highlights the cars flattened tail fins, and perhaps not-so-surprisingly, thats one of the ways the factory offered two-tone colors: roof and deck one color, everything else the second color. Obviously this isnt a factory-approved color scheme, but theres no denying that it looks spectacular. Finish quality is trophy-worthy and the list of modifications is fairly extensive, starting with shaving most of the trim and the door handles and blacking-out the intricate front grille. The trim that remains only emphasizes the cars length, and with tinted windows, it has a downright sinister profile. Modern side mirrors look remarkably right on the big Buford, and if anything with fins this big and paint this dramatic can be called tasteful, this is it. Wow. The interior is no less amazing, featuring bucket seats that look retro enough, a custom center console, and that fantastic space age dashboard. Red leather was wrapped around all the seating surfaces and the billet steering wheel, and the workmanship is outstanding. The original instruments with their jet-inspired faces remain the primary view of the engine bay and youll have to fight to keep your eyes on the road because theyre so pretty. The center console carries controls for the Vintage Air A/C system and power windows, plus the B&M shifter for the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission. A thundering stereo system adds to the driving experience and is beautifully integrated into the interior so that it almost disappears until you hear it. Custom LED under-dash lighting gives it a cool effect at night, even with the rather pedestrian floor mats underneath. And as youd expect, the trunk is gigantic, fully upholstered in matching red carpet and tucking the delicate electronics up high out of harms way. Buicks biggest, baddest V8, a 455 cubic inch mill, looks right at home in the LeSabres cavernous engine bay. Obviously detailed to look great when the hood is open, the big block also has a definite OEM vibe to it, from the modest twin-snorkel air cleaner to the stock Dante Red paint on the valve covers. Someone spent the time to get the wiring and plumbing nice and neat, and almost every component was either painted, polished, or plated to look great, even under scrutiny. It starts easily and moves the big car with the kind of torque that you need a big block to deliver, and yet its road manners are sublime and confidence-inspiring. Front and rear suspensions are stock and it carries power steering and 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, so its easy to drive despite its size. A Flowmaster exhaust system sounds menacing and theres no denying that 22-inch chrome hoops with 255/30/22 front and 265/35/22 rear tires make a dramatic statement. Fabulous custom looks, yet still 100% streetable and ready to cruise cross-country, this amazing Buick combines all thats great about the 50s with a dose of 21st century tech. Call today!
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Falling solidly in the survivor category, this remarkably well-maintained and super clean 1987 Buick Grand National hasnt been abused, raced, or otherwise mistreated. Instead, it shows just 43,170 original miles and has been in the long-term care of an enthusiast who always treated it as something of value. With the market for these cars growing each year, its getting harder and harder to find one that hasnt been modified, raced, or wrecked. These cars were sinister when they were new, and even today seeing one of these blown Buicks prowling the streets fills a car guy with excitement. The legend has probably outgrown the actual car at this point, but the blacked-out trim, the bulging hood, and the simple ducktail spoiler all give this car a look that demands respect. Thats original paint, and the car has never been hit or damaged, yet it looks a lot younger than its 30 years would suggest. The nose shows only a few signs of having been driven, and unlike cars that have been on the track, the lower rocker panels and quarters havent been sandblasted by rocks thrown by sticky racing slicks. These cars seem to have better initial paint quality than most GM cars of the period, so theres very little orange peel although it is a bit faded and there are the usual swirl marks. However, the bumper fillers need to be replaced, which is a common issue with all GM cars of the period, even those that have been properly maintained. Even with the T-tops and all that torque, the doors open and close easily, the trunk fits right, and the hood gaps are excellent. This GN also carries two-tone bucket seats with embroidered headrests, transforming the formal Regal interior to something a bit more appropriate. The original seats remain in exemplary condition, with no major wear in the high-traffic areas like the drivers side bolster. Gauges are basic, although engineers managed to stick a bar-graph tachometer and boost gauge in the lower corner of the speedometer, both of which youll enjoy watching as the potent V6 builds power. As a Buick, the GN was loaded with just about every comfort and convenience feature you could throw at a car, including A/C, power windows, power locks, a tilt wheel, and a center console. The headliner is sagging a little, a problem with cars of this vintage but its not critical, but youll note that this car has optional carpet savers that are still in place. In addition, the neatly preserved trunk still carries its original mats and jack assembly. The 3.8 liter turbocharged V6 is legendary, and while its possible to make giant horsepower with just a few bolt-on modifications, the cars previous owners were able to resist the horsepower sirens call of a bigger turbo and revised computer programming. The original components remain intact, including all the turbocharger hardware and fuel system, two things that were often modified almost immediately. The only notable upgrades are a Kenne Bell intake and some upgraded spark plug wires. The engine bay is nicely detailed, and its easy to tell that enthusiasts have owned this one, because the A/C system looks mostly new and there are correct details throughout. Underneath, its just as clean, and the 2004R 4-speed automatic transmission still upshifts almost imperceptibly and downshifts with authority when the boost comes up. This one also wears those handsome chrome Grand National wheels with black accents that look great, plus a set of 215/65/15 Michelin radials. Great to drive, handsome to look at, and with low miles and no abuse, this Grand National remains surprisingly affordable...for now. Call today!
Its lavish exterior instantly evokes images of a time when prohibition was just being lifted and the Worlds Fair in Chicago was celebrating A Century of Progress. This 1933 Buick Series 57 Streetrod is a looker all right, and it also features smooth running power under its lengthy hood, as well as a nice collection of features you wont often find on cars in its niche. And, having logged just a little over 8,000 miles since its build, it offers the promise of plenty of future fun filled miles. This generously proportioned 30s classic sports a great looking paint job, with its silver cabin complemented by the gray running along its sweeping fenders and floorboards. It features a sturdily constructed steel body, so therell be no worries about the stress cracks that can occur with its fiberglass-clad counterparts. There are plenty of great details to admire here - the overall fit and finish of this car looks great and youll find full size spares with matching wheels mounted on both front fenders. In front, a pair of fog lights sit below the prominently-sized headlights on a fresh-looking, table straight bumper while in back, the thoroughly vintage look of the chrome luggage rack with its vinyl lined storage trunk joins a third brake light molded into the body for added visibility and safety in real world driving. Every other additional piece of chrome on display also looks to be in top form. The custom-built gray interior shows a lot of workmanship and is very well-appointed and comfortable, with a pair of tweed covered front buckets that have yet to develop any discoloration from use. Both the snug fitting headliner above and the plush carpet lining the floor are nice finishing details, as is the added console that houses an assortment of well-placed switches to operate a number of the interior functions. Along with all of its timeless vintage charm, there are some really welcome comfort and convenience features on board that make frequent driving a pleasure, including a tilt column, power windows and door locks, power bucket seats, and air conditioning thats blowing strong and cold. Youll have no shortage of audio options, the AM/FM/CD stereo offers a USB port to connect an outside source and is also compatible with satellite radio. Theres a collection of aftermarket gauges mounted inside a billet bezel on the dash to keep tabs on vital motoring functions. This classic Buick offers a great driving experience. The 350 cubic inch V8 fitted into its tapered engine compartment runs very smoothly - it was rebuilt not long ago and is equipped with a 4-barrel Edelbrock carb, a Holley aluminum intake, aftermarket headers and an HEI ignition to up its performance, as well as a number of chrome-finished components for added eye candy. Just behind it is a 4-speed automatic 700r4 transmission whose overdrive gear makes for engine-sparing, low revs at highway speeds. The added Mustang II front end provides a wealth of benefits, including power disc brakes, responsive and precise power rack and pinion steering and a nice smooth ride. 15 wire wheels at all four corners that wear BF Goodrich T/A radials complete the look of this magnetic classic. Its not often that you come across the combination of stylistic flair and strong drivability offered by this 1933 Buick Series 57 Streetrod. Call today!
Car was purchased in 1990 in a running, professionally restored condition and has been serviced by a mechanic since. Current service is done by OFI Classic Cars in Woodstock, GA. Mechanic may be contacted to attest to engine condition. All original interior and exterior. More photos available upon request.
This 1933 Buick Sedan Dual Side Mount car is a beautiful and very well built car. It has an updated suspension with power rack & pinion steering, power disc brakes, sway bar and 10 bolt rear. Very solid underneath the car. This Buick was built about 20 years ago just guessing. It is powered by a 350 engine that runs great and the engine compartment looks impressive and is all chromed out. It has an electric fan, Aluminum Radiator, Eldebrock Carb and lots of chrome. The side panels have vents that you can open or close. The transmission is a 350 turbo that shifts out like it should. This car has 16,645 miles on it since it was built so it has been road tested. The body, fenders and running boards are all steel and no rust. The paint looks very good. It has house of colors paint on it and is black but it changes colors to purple when looking at it at different angle and according to how the sun shines on it. The interior is in great condition. There are no tears or rips on the seats and the carpet, headliner and door panels looks good. Being done some 20 years ago the interior is dated but still looks good. The dash is absolutely stunning and has Classic Instruments gauges and they all work. The Vintage A/C works good. It has tilt steering, LeCarra Steering Wheel, cruise and a nice stereo/CD player as well as a Cobra CB radio. The wire spoke wheels look great and the tires are in good condition. All the exterior chrome looks great and these car have alot of chrome especially in front. This is a pretty RARE car and is one that you can drive anywhere. Look at the pics
You are looking at a beautiful 1957 Buick Roadmaster model 73 Riviera 4 door hardtop with the chrome strips over the roof. This is a Super solid car that has new 2-toned red and white paint, with tutone red and white interior that has been reupholstered and is ready to install. It also comes with rechromed parts to the tune of over $3,500.00! This beauty needs finishing, mostly just putting back together, and the price reflects this! Dont let it get away! Give me a call so we can talk about how we can make my vehicle yours. You can own this vehicle for only $10,000 and finish it yourself, or when we get it finished, it will be a $20,000 or more car. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back and buy it today while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text or call me at 1-864-313-2908 so you can schedule a time to come and inspect this beauty for yourself. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
You are looking at a solid 1962 Buick Special Wagon, this is a super project car with a V8 and automatic transmission! You can own this classic for only $3,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may buy it today while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the north western part of South Carolina 20 minutes south east of Greenville. Drop by any time and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 33 foreign countries and more than 90% of the states. If you like, you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
Real nice 1962 Buick Electra 225 Sedan...New paint and new interior...V8 with automatic transmission, she needs just a little bit of putting together! You can own it for only $4,500 which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this vehicle yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
You are looking at a very solid 1970 Buick Estate Wagon. This Wagon has a really nice body except for some damage on the right front fender. It runs and drives great with an Automatic transmission, and a V8-455 engine, The interior is nice except for the sitting part of the front seat. You can own this vehicle for only $5,000. I might consider a possible trade what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 to schedule a look at the vehilcle. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
The Buick Grand National was the fastest production car built in 1987. It was also the last year of production for this NASCAR series namesake car, and the last year for the rear drive Regal platform. Even though Buick extended production to try and meet demand, only 20,193 of these cars were made this year. Here is your opportunity to buy an extremely nice, low mileage example of one. Presented in Black, (because like the model T, thats the only color they came in), this car has been tended to with the care a special car like this deserves, and there is a notebook full of maintenance receipts documenting it that you should be sure to ask your salesperson about. The front of the car leads with a simple, all-black grill which is one of the things that distinguishes this 87 from previous models. It is underlined by a body colored bumper and has a power bulge on the hood with lettering that identifies the beast of an engine resting below it. T-roofs and tinted windows look great on this notchback and the back of the car is as clean looking as the front with a lip spoiler on the trailing edge of the trunk. Grand National badging appears on the front fenders as well as the trunk and alloy wheels in black and polished aluminum complete the look. Inside this car you will find a neat and clean interior with sweet looking Grand National seats that have Gray cloth pleated seating surfaces and Black side bolters with the Turbo logo embroidered into the headrests. There is a beefy, three-spoke, leather wrapped steering wheel which is mounted on a tilt column that feels good in your hands. An AutoMeter gauge is mounted on the windshield pillar in order to keep accurate track of boost pressure. There are also auxiliary AutoMeter gauges for oil pressure and water temperature in the center console just in front of the T-handle shifter. There is an air fuel ratio controller mounted to the dash to facilitate fine tuning for maximum performance, and the rest of the dash is stock with comfort and convenience items like air conditioning, cruise control and an AM/FM/Cassette player with an equalizer for your listening pleasure. Grand National floor mats look great protecting the carpets and of-course you can pop the T-roofs out for cruise night. While this car looks cool and is a pleasure to drive around town, the power of the engine under the hood is what this car is all about. Thank goodness Buick engineers decided to spice up the 80s with a car that had some serious power. They used Turbo technology to do so, adding it to their 90-degree V6 engine with outstanding results. This engine is stock other than the addition of a cold air intake. A few gauges have been added to keep accurate track of critical engine functions, and while the factory needs to program the computer and the mixture to run acceptably in all possible situations, there is an ability to fine tune the mixture for special situations in this car. Power is sent back through a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive to the rear wheels which puts it on the ground through 235/60R15 tires, and power front disc brakes ensure that you can haul this sweet ride back down from speed when you decide to let it run. Last year of production. A rare, low mileage, awesome car. Come on down and check it out.
This unique Buick station wagon is cool!. Buick only produced them for 2 years because they were expensive to build, so there were only about 14,000 were ever made. Its a great 50s wagon with gorgeous body lines. The restoration included an engine/drivetrain rebuild that is well documented and new paint. Red and White two-tone with tons of chrome, this car is a classic 57 model car. The massive front bumper leads with rocket shaped protrusions on each side. A grill of vertical lines has a red, white and blue circle with wings off each side of it in the center. Chrome dresses out the headlights and spotlight mirrors are perched proudly on the fenders. A slash of chrome down the side of the car separates the red from the white, curving up and over the rear fender with Caballero in script as it turns up. The pillarless window frame cuts a complimentary line to the two-tone treatment and creates a stunning look. The back of this 57 is extra awesome because its a wagon. Another massive bumper with an integrated gas cap has chrome art deco taillights dressing up the end of the tailfins. The tailgate says Estate Wagon on it and drops down and the curved rear window folds up revealing a massive amount of room inside. Open the drivers door and check out the beautiful interior. The door panel itself sets the theme in two tone Red and White with chrome accents. A big, wide, comfortable bench seat is covered in red and white vinyl with red piping. A white steering wheel has a full circle chrome horn ring and a coat of arms in the center. The dashboard has a black padded upper with a polished aluminum panel across the dash from side to side just below it. There is a horizontal speedometer with engine gauges above it and heating and ventilation controls below it. The stock, rocket shaped dash vents are supplemented by a Vintage Air A/C system mounted below the dash for those hot summer days. The original Sonomatic AM radio is still in place but there is also a more modern FM/CD player hiding in the glove compartment. A split folding back seat offers different options for seating vs luggage and a white headliner and red carpeting tie everything together nicely. Open the hood and you find a 364 cubic inch V8 nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. The engine was removed at one point and completely rebuilt from the crankshaft up with new bearings and quality machine work to recondition the block as well as the heads. The heads received some extra love to upgrade them to run unleaded gas, and everything was painted back to the factory correct colors. While they were at it, the Dynaflow 2-speed transmission was rebuilt, the rear end had the cover removed so it could be cleaned and inspected, the axle shafts were pulled and serviced, the suspension was serviced and of-course the brakes were serviced and reconditioned too. Power steering and power brakes make the car easy to maneuver in parking lots, and its a Buick, so you know it rolls down the highway comfortably. The car sits on super sweet Buick Skylark wire wheels with wide white wall tires all around. This is a great looking 1950s station wagon that attracts attention, runs great and is fun to drive. Come on down and check it out. You may decide to take it home with you.
These cars are a ton of fun to drive and they are getting more and more collectible every day. While it is temping to modify these cars because both the engines and the chassis can handle more power without breaking a sweat, the ones that have remained completely stock, like this one, are the ones that will hold their value best. Check out this well-maintained example with less than 45,000 miles on it and see if there might be a spot in your garage for it. 87 was the last year for this car that pays tribute to the NASCAR series it was named after. There is only one look for these cars, and that would be awesome. They should have called the color of this car Bad-assed Black, because just, Black , doesnt seem to get the point across very well. The front of the car leads with a simple, all-black grill which is one of the things that distinguishes this 87 from previous models. It is underlined by a body colored bumper and has a power bulge on the hood with lettering that identifies the beast within. Blacked out trim and tinted windows look great on this notchback and the back of the car is as clean looking as the front with a lip spoiler on the trailing edge of the trunk. Grand National badging appears on the front fenders as well as the trunk and alloy wheels in black and polished aluminum complete the look. Open the door and you will find an interior loaded with comfort and convenience features along with a few subtle performance goodies. Its hard to believe someone resisted the temptation to put some serious miles on this car, but obviously they did. Sweet looking Grand National seats have Gray cloth pleated seating surfaces and Black side bolters with the Turbo logo embroidered into the headrests. There is a beefy, three-spoke, leather wrapped steering wheel mounted on a tilt column that feels good in your hands. The rectangular, center mounted speedometer has linear tachometer and boost gauges in the lower right just above the 3.8 Turbo badge. Ventilation controls including those for the air conditioning are in the center just above an AM/FM/Cassette player for your listening pleasure. Keeping with the black and gray theme, there are gray floor mats protecting the black carpeting and a gray headliner ties the look together nicely. While this car looks cool and is a pleasure to drive around town, the power of the engine under the hood is what this car is all about. Buick engineers decided develop this 3.8-liter V6 into the turbocharged engine that would become legendary. Using Turbo technology to boost the output of this engine opened the door, and the temptation, to boost the power even more with bigger turbos and trick programing of the computer. But that comes at a cost. Both to the engine, and to the value of the car. This one thankfully remains completely stock. Power is sent back through a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive to the solid axle rear end mounted on coil springs with an anti-roll bar. Up front, control arms and coils along with another beefy sway bar keep the front end planted. Power front disc brakes ensure that you can haul this sweet ride back down from speed when you decide to let it run and the rubber meets the road through d 235/60R15 tires all around. Collectible. Fun to drive. Good looking with low mileage. Come on down and check this car out.
Buick has always been good at building personal luxury cars. They have always been powerful, comfortable, good looking cars. This one was found with less than 25,000 miles on it, so here is your chance to buy a low mileage, classic, personal luxury car. Check it out. This car is presented in Mediterranean Blue with a White vinyl top and white pinstripes. It starts up front with a long hood that carries a resemblance to one of its well-regarded GM stable mates, but which cuts back with a distinctive angled grill. That grill has vertical chrome bars flanked by quad headlights and is underlined by broad chrome bumper. A white pin stripe runs down the length of the car, tapering down as it blends in with the distinctive line of the trunk. Riviera GS appears on the front fenders and the fixed Opera window for the back-seat passengers creates a Colonnade treatment. Buick has been first to the market with many luxury as well as safety features through the years, and on this car, that was the two high mounted taillights that would become federally mandated some time later. As would be expected in this car, the space under that trunk lid is substantial with plenty of room for golf clubs or luggage. Open the door and you will be invited in to the lap of luxury dressed in Cream, Blue and Wood. The door panel has a wood grained panel with a door pull along the top and a long, comfortable armrest with power window switches at your fingertips. A three-spoke steering wheel with a stylized R in the center is mounted on a tilt column with cruise control along with the shifter for the automatic transmission. Behind it is a nice wood grained dashboard with a rectangular speedometer in the center. Controls for the lights and ventilation system are off on the left, and to the right side is an FM radio with A/C vents and controls mounted under the dash. Settle in to the buttoned and pleated cream-colored seats with a fold down armrest between them, and you will be so comfortable that you wont be in a rush to get anywhere in particular. Although you could be in a rush if you wanted to be. Because when you pop the hood, you will find a powerful 455 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A flat black air topper proudly announces that it is a Buick 455-4. Below that is a Holley 4-barrel carb that feeds a stock intake and cylinder heads. There is a newer brake booster and master cylinder as well as newer alternator, A/C compressor and condenser. Signs of good regular maintenance also include recent tune up parts as well as new belts and hoses. Power flows back through a 3-speed transmission to the rear wheels. Coil springs all around provide a nice ride and good handling and front disc brakes insure that you can haul this car down from highway speeds in a hurry if you need to. 235/75/R15 white wall tires are mounted on 5-lug polished wheels with Buick Motor Division center caps. A low mileage, Buick personal luxury car. This was the way to do it right back in the 70s. Come on down and take a ride and see for yourself.
This is an honest, old school, Buick Special with several unique features that carried on to other Buicks and became signature characteristics, as well as one that didnt, but that makes you wonder why not. It is very original and stock with little freshening up done on the vinyl upholstery for your comfort. Check it out. The Special had become Buicks best-selling car by the mid-50s. They became known as a Bankers car because the level of style and luxury they offered at a tremendous value. For one thing, they were adorned with lots of chrome and it all has a survivor patina to it on this car. The hood is topped by a fighter plane like ornament and the grill has a gun-sight in the center with a bold chrome edge above it and twin bar bumper under it that wraps around the side to the front fenders. Those fenders have three ventiports that are meant to simulate the exhaust ports of a fighter plane and underneath them is a sweepspear character line that divides the Dover White and Electric Blue two-tone paint running back and down to the rocker, then up and over the rear wheel well. The back of the car has its share of chrome too dressing out the vertical taillights that run from the top of the fenders to meet the bumper at the bottom. Open the door and you will find an interior that is wonderfully original with a survivor look to the dash and controls while getting freshened up with new carpets and vinyl. The door panel sets the pattern in a nice two-tone Blue topped with a bold cap of chrome along with a slash of chrome across the middle that echoes the curve of the line on the body. A comfortable armrest has power window switches and door lock button at your fingertips. The split bench seat is comfortable and looks great recovered in Dark and Light Blue with a pleated accent sewn into the top center. The big round steering wheel has a full round horn button with a crest of arms in the center announcing that it has power steering. The dash has more survivor chrome with a rectangular speedometer and gauges and vertical bars surrounding the radio and with the ventilation controls at the bottom. Fresh carpeting ties the look together nicely and makes for a comfortable car to cruise in. Open the hood and you will find a V8 engine of 322 cubic inches which has a unique feature to it that didnt catch on for some reason. The valve covers were attached vertically in contrast to the angled attachment of other V8 engines to enable the motor to fit into smaller spaces while maintaining easy access for maintenance. Anyone who has tried to change spark plugs on a V8 engine in almost any car will understand the advantage of this design and wonder why it was abandoned. The engine is stock with a black oil bath air cleaner feeding a 4-barrel carburetor. Signs of good regular maintenance include a newer brake booster and master cylinder, new plugs cap and wires, as well as a newer alternator and battery. Power flows back through a three-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels that are mounted on coil springs, not leaf springs as was the norm back then, because this is a Buick, and coils give a better ride. The car rides on 205/75R15 white wall tires with Buick hub caps that look great. Come on down and check out this wonderfully original example of luxury from the mid-50s with a refreshed interior that makes for comfortable cruising.
1950 Buick Eight Special. A new deep black paint job, so deep , that it looks like you could swim in it, looks great, with the beautiful grey cloth interior. A strait 8 power plant and 3 speed standard shift transmission, transfer the power to the pavement. 15K miles on rebuilt engine. New brakes and hoses. New chrome wire wheels and wide whitewalls, keep this big boy rolling smoothly.118K mil;es. Options include heater, lighter, and a steel painted exterior sunvisor. A BIG car with big sex appeal! This is not a restoration, but an original car with a repaint
1971 Buick GSX. This is one rare car. Color is Bittersweet Mist, with a black vinyl top, and black interior. The car features bench seat, column shift, power steering, power brakes, and AM/FM stereo. In 1971, a total of 144 GSX cars were built. 7 cars were built with the 350 small block motor. This car is 1of 1 with a 350H Turbo transmission and the small block. This is also 1 0f 3 GSX cars that were painted Bittersweet Mist in 1971. Lots of photos documenting the frame-off rotisserie restoration. This is a SUPER example of a rare limited production Buick!
1972 Buick GSX. 1 of 5 Cortez Gold in color, with a white interior, featuring bucket seats and a console. Power steering and power brakes are also on the options list. Lots of paperwork and documented restoration photos with this one. Original sale contract. Wholesale car order form. production report. Restoration receipts. General Motors option confirmation letter. It is listed in the GSX Registry. There were 44 total GSX cars produced in 1972, all special ordered,16 with the 350 engine, 15 with the 350H transmission, 13 non-air cars , and 5 in Cortez Gold. Chrome factory wheels and T/A radials roll this very special automobile. A very impeccable rotisserie restoration of very rare Buick!
World-Class Grand National Survivor 33 ACTUAL MILES 3.8L V6 Turbo Automatic A/C /// Capitalizing on the success of winning NASCARs 1981 and 82 Manufacturers Cups, Buick kicked off the Grand National legacy by introducing a specially tweaked version of their 1982 Regal. However, it wasnt long until GMs conservative luxury crew assumed the full identity of renegade performance division by slathering black paint over highly modified G-Bodies that featured unique and menacing aesthetics. Sold new by Lust Buick of Aberdeen, South Dakota, this coupe features original GM code 19U Black that highlights crisp, original sheetmetal. By 1987, the Grand Nationals stalwart turbocharged V6 was good for a newly impressive 245 horsepower and 355 lb./ft. of V8 slaying torque. Behind that raucous 6-cylinder, an original 4-speed twists power through big, 3.42 gears that offer a great combination of starting line grip and high-speed cruising ability. Factory power steering makes easy work of quick turns. Power-assisted stops are provided by a familiar combination of discs and drums. And torque meets the pavement through chromed factory wheels and original Goodyear Eagle GTs. Inside this awesome street bruiser, youll find an original Gray and Black interior thats virtually spotless. Naturally, the car is loaded with all the features youd expect, including power windows, power locks, climate control, Cruise Control and a tilt steering wheel. Grand National-specific Lear Siegler seats are a pleasant place to log some miles. Opposite those seats, factory gauges inhabit a blocky dash thats free of warps and cracks. And beneath that dash, a factory console frames an elegant factory shifter. Sinister, fast and highly desirable, this Buick is everything a classic muscle car should be! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
CALL TODAY!704-230-1010MECHANICAL:- 350 V8.- Automatic transmission.- Power brakes with front disc.- Power Steering.- New steering column with tilt.INTERIOR:- Bucket seats.- Horseshoe shifter with console.- Aftermarket Tachometer.EXTERIOR:-Era correct single stage paint.- Vinyl top.DISCLOSURES:- Paint has some chips as shown in pictures.CALL TODAY FOR QUESTIONS OR ADDITIONAL PICTURES! 704 230 1010DEPOSITS:DEPOSITS TO PURCHASE VEHICLE/S IS $500, UPON PAYMENT OF THE $500 THE VEHICLE WILL BE HELD FOR 72 HOURS PENDING FINAL PAYMENT. DEPOSITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. INSPECTIONS AND OR PRE APPROVAL FOR FINANCING SHOULD BE PERFORMED PRIOR TO PUTTING A DEPOSIT DOWN ON A VEHICLE. INSPECTION OR DENIAL RESULTING IN NOT PURCHASING THE VEHICLE/S DOES NOT WARRANT REFUND OF DEPOSIT. A $299.00 DOCUMENT FEE WILL BE ADDED TO ALL SALES TO COVER COSTS OF CHARGES IMPOSED BY FEDERAL AND NORTH CAROLINA DMV. ALL SALES WILL HAVE A $299 ADMINISTRATION FEE.SHIPPING:VEHICLES HAVE 10 DAYS OF FREE STORAGE AFTER PAYMENT/DOCUMENTS ARE SUBMITTED. AFTER 10 DAYS A STORAGE FEE OF $100 PER DAY WILL BE IMPLEMENTED. WE ASSIST IN SHIPPING FOR ALL CLIENTS USING CENTRAL DISPATCH. IF MONEY OFFERED TO SHIP VEHICLE BY BUYER IS COMPARABLE TO GOING RATE SHIPPING WILL HAPPEN WITHIN THE 10 DAY ALLOTMENT.FINANCING:JJ BEST BANC. COLLECTOR CAR FINANCING800-872-1965$500 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DUE TO PURCHASE THE VEHICLE. PAYMENT IS DUE IN FULL WITHIN 72 HOURS OF MAKING DEPOSIT OR DEPOSIT IS FORFEIT. DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED BY LENDING INSTITUTION WILL BE DUE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF DEPOSIT IN ADDITION TO DEPOSIT.INSPECTIONS:PLEASE EITHER COME AND INSPECT YOUR VEHICLE OR HAVE IT INSPECTED BY A THIRD PARTY INSPECTOR BEFORE DEPOSIT OR PURCHASE. BUYING A VEHICLE IS LIKE PURCHASING A HOME. BOTH PARTIES ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTION AND DILIGENCE. WE ARE BROKERS ON THESE VEHICLES AND DO OUR BEST TO INSPECT BUT YOU THE BUYER HAVE RESPONSIBILITY TOO. WE SUGGEST THIRD PARTY INSPECTIONS OR IN PERSON.SHIPPING:WE CAN SET UP THE SHIPPING FOR YOU. WE USE CENTRAL DISPATCH AND THEY ENSURE ALL CARRIERS ARE LICENSED, INSURED AND BONDED.INTERNATIONAL BUYERS:WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO WORK WITH INTERNATIONAL BUYERS. WE CAN GET THE VEHICLE TO THE PORT YOU REQUEST FOR SHIPPING TO YOUR COUNTRY. PLEASE KNOW WE CANNOT SHIP IT TO YOU/YOUR COUNTRY, AS YOU WILL BE IMPORTING THE VEHICLE YOU WILL HAVE TO HANDLE THE INTERNATIONAL PORTION. WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO ASSIST!THE INFORMATION GIVEN IN THE DESCRIPTION ABOVE IS EITHER OUR OPINION, THE OPINION OF THE FORMER OWNER, OR BASED OFF OF VISUAL AIDS AND SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN AS FACT. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AS THE BUYER TO CONFIRM OR DETERMINE SPECIFICS OF THE VEHICLE. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE DO NOT GUARANTEE ANY AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS, GAUGES, OR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. GIVEN THE NATURE OF THE VINTAGE VEHICLES WE SELL, THESE COMPONENTS CAN BE WORKING AT ONE MOMENT AND NOT WORKING AT ANOTHER MOMENT. IT IS COMMON THAT THESE COMPONENTS WILL NEED UPKEEP OR ATTENTION. IN ADDITION, MANY TIMES THESE VEHICLES SIT FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME AND ONCE YOU BEGIN TO DRIVE THEM HARDENED SEAL AND GASKETS MAY BEGIN TO LEAK! CLASSIC CARS LEAK. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE COMFORTABLE WITH THIS BEFORE BUYING A VINTAGE AUTOMOBILETHE VEHICLE IS BEING SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTIES OR REFUNDS AVAILABLE. THIS IS A USED VEHICLE BEING SOLD AS IS.