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1947 Buick Woody Wagon

248 CID OHV Inline 8 Cylinder 3 Speed Manual

$86,000

248 CID OHV Inline 8 Cylinder 3 Speed Manual

$86,000


Stock #929-DET
Price: $86,000
Year Make Model: 1947 Buick Woody Wagon
Engine: 248 CID OHV Inline 8 Cylinder
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Mileage: 36,791 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Wagon
Exterior Color: Green/Wood
Interior Color: Tan

  • AM Radio
  • Bias Ply Tires
  • Hub Caps
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Wide White Walls

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The Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a super rare and 1947 Buick Woodie Wagon! While Buick’s postwar lineup was still based upon its prewar designs, the mildly revised 1946–1948 models garnered very strong public favor nonetheless. With the proven overhead valve Dynaflash straight eight, fully coil-sprung suspensions, and Harley Earl-supervised styling with fade-away front fenders, broad grilles, and remarkably restrained bright-trim accents, these cars remain collector staples today. During that era, the Series 50 Super Estate Wagon, with handsome Woodie bodywork by Michigan’s Ionia Manufacturing Company, topped Buick’s mid-tier offerings with a factory price of nearly $2,600. Just 2,036 of them, including five for export, were produced for 1947. This Woodie is a Series 50; Model 59, 110-hp, 248-cid OHV Dynaflash inline eight-cylinder engine with three-speed column-mounted manual transmission. The rarity of this vehicle in todays market makes this beautiful Buick a real gem. The history of this Buick has left its footprint in automotive history and will always be a high value vehicle. The wood accents on the vehicle are in pristine condition and have no splits and show very well. Every bit of this Buick screams nostalgia and has an unforgettable presence and it belongs in a museum or your very own private collection. This is a once in a lifetime chance to own a piece of automotive history. For more information on this Buick Woodie Wagon, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff 313-982-3100 or email us at Detroit@GatewayClassicCars.com.

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Engine: 301 CID V8
Transmission: Automatic
Mileage: 6,263 ( undocumented )

Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to present this beautiful 1953 Buick Special. This beautiful two toned exterior and interior has been masterfully customized. The orange body with white roof and white bottom panels are a great color combination for this large two door Buick. Along the bottom of the side panels you are greeted with beautiful purple flames that blend perfectly with the white background and orange paint on the car. The car has been customized with decal spades located around the vehicle for added style. The spades are a great addition to the body style of this orange Buick Special, and really fit the cars era. Inside the car you find a professionally finished two tone orange and white vinyl interior with 4 added Dual DS Series speakers and an added aftermarket radio to allow for great tunes while driving this big beauty. It has an added 8 ball shifter, as well as 8 ball locks on both doors. In the huge trunk you find the beautifully finished and matching orange and white Vinyl interior along with a black carpet and orange piping. Get in this beauty roll down all four manual windows and turn over the small front windows, and fire up the installed 301 Pontiac engine paired with a TH350 transmission and get ready to glide in style. The engine and transmission came from a 1979 Pontiac Lemans and performs perfectly with this vehicle. The car sits on 15-inch wire rims with white wall tires to complete the 50’s era style. This sweet ride is looking for a new owner! For more information on this gorgeous 1953 Buick Special, contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488. Or email us at Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com

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Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
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Engine: 248 ci
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Mileage: 46,785 ( undocumented )

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