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  • Buick - Skylark Coupe V8 300ci - 1967

    €22,500 - €29,250 est. (£20,061 - £26,079.30 est.) €22,500 - €29,250 est. (£20,061 - £26,079.30 est.)
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    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • Buick 40 Special Sedan. Straight 8.

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    This powerful straight 8 Buick is in extremely sound condition throughout and mechanically excellent. The car has spent many years in Greece, having been driven there when we delivered it to the new owner in 1998. Paint good, cord interior good, brightwork good. Brakes newly serviced. Oil changed & sump cleaned. Performance, happy at 70 plus all day, due to the high ratio back axel fitted as standard to the "Special 40", loads of torque. Heater fitted and working, all original. Original radio fitted. Left hand drive.

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  • 1949 Buick Roadmaster Sedanette

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    320 cid Inline 8-Cylinder Engine with 150hp 2-Speed DynaFlow Automatic Transmission Ultra Rare Fastback Concours Winning Restoration Mostly Original Interior Upgraded Wheels and Tires Original Hubcaps Included Detailed Trunk Air Conditioning with Period Correct Appearance Modern Audio Hidden in the Glove Box Mutliple Show Winner Including 2016 Keels & Wheels Concours d'Elegance Personally Appraised by Keith Martin of What's My Car Worth (Television Show on Velocity) for $80,000-100,000

    • Year: 1949
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  • 1946 Buick Roadmaster Sedanet

    $79,500(£64,975.35) $79,500(£64,975.35)

    Buick’s flagship Roadmaster has long been synonymous with luxury and style. Since its inception in 1936, it served as the style and feature leader in the Buick line, and from 41-on, was Buick’s premier offering. It was a ready competitor for Cadillac in terms of performance and equipment, yet the Buick undercut its sibling by a significant price margin. In late 1941, for the upcoming 1942 model year, Buick had significantly redesigned its entire range and the Roadmaster would provide a showcase of Harley Earl’s vision for the 1940s; a modern machine that was lower, wider and longer than its predecessor, with beautifully integrated fenders and a signature toothy grille. Of course, the American involvement in World War II put an abrupt end to automobile production in 1942, so only a minute handful of cars were delivered before production shifted to military vehicles. Eager buyers would have to wait at least three years before they’d see another new car roll out of an American plant. Few of those eager buyers waited longer for their new Buick Roadmaster than Erhardt H. Kraft of New Braunfels, Texas. As Mr. Kraft explained in a letter written to a subsequent owner of his Buick Roadmaster, he placed an order and a deposit with the Krueger Motor Company in 1941 for a new 1942 model, only to have the onset of World War II delay delivery, as the Buick production plant was rapidly converted to war production. Over four years had passed when, on Christmas Eve 1945, Mr. Kraft received a call from Krueger Motor Company informing him that his “new car had arrived at long last,” and that the unusually patient New Braunfels businessman had actually received interest on his deposit over that time! Mr. Kraft was no doubt surprised since, over the course of the war, he had completely forgotten that he ordered a new Buick in 1941! The story continues with Erhardt Kraft explaining: “Mr. Krueger asked if he could keep the car on his showroom floor, because it was Christmas Eve of 1945 and my Buick was the first Roadmaster the company had received since the War ended. He wanted others to enjoy the car since there had not been any fine cars like this for the length of the War. I drove the car home on January 2, 1946, for the first time.” How wonderful it is to imagine seeing this incredibly stylish, beautifully appointed 1946 Buick Sedanet right at the turn of the New Year for the first time, and after so many years of war. Mr. Kraft reportedly bought the car for his wife, but she never learned to drive, so it was only her husband who drove it on the occasional vacations and to church on Sundays. As such, it accrued very few miles and remained in outstanding condition. It was eventually acquired several decades later by Texas collector David Taylor, who is well-known among enthusiasts for collecting excellent original Buicks of this era. Subsequently, it was part of several well-known Southwestern collections, including the museum of Sterling McCall in Round Top, Texas. Thankfully, each subsequent owner appreciated this fine Buick’s originality and cared for it lovingly, and it shows a mere 4,734 miles from new. Today, this stunningly low mileage and original example presents in wonderful condition, wearing and older repaint in its original black and having benefitted from some replating of the original chrome. The sumptuous Harley Earl-penned Roadmaster Sedanet is one of the most desirable body styles of the period. It masterfully combines luxurious, sweeping curves with an air of sportiness in the tapered tail and low roofline. Highly desirable period accessories include a sun visor, dual outside mirrors, a spot light, and a light bar with twin fog lamps. On the road the car sits proudly as it should; riding on a set of wide whitewall tires with proper original hubcaps. Incredibly, this Roadmaster retains its fine original upholstery, which presents in very good condition, as well as its original window glass, aforementioned accessories and even the factory exhaust system and muffler! The dashboard is particularly magnificent, with a warm and inviting patina to its finishes, outstanding original instruments, and finely detailed original knobs, switches and steering wheel. Beneath the signature side-hinged hood is the original 320 Cubic Inch “Fireball” valve-in-head inline eight-cylinder that produced 144hp in period. Given the fact that the 4,734 miles are strongly believed to be original, it likely she still makes fairly close to that figure. The engine also looks wonderful, presented in correct original Buick Blue with the bold “FIREBALL” graphics on the valve cover. Some hoses, clamps and fittings have been changed over the years in the interest of functionality, but the overall appearance is that of a well maintained and highly original example. Mr. and Mrs. Kraft’s wonderful Roadmaster is an excellent choice for the connoisseur of originality. This car boasts rich and entertaining history and careful long-term maintenance in significant collections. It would be a wonderful exhibit for the AACA’s Historic Preservation of Original Features class, and we’re certain it would be as enjoyable to drive today as it was on the just the second day of 1946 in New Braunfels, Texas.

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  • Buick Touring K6-45 '20

    €28,950(£25,811.82) €28,950(£25,811.82)

    >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) info@oldtimerfarm.be Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) olivier@oldtimerfarm.be Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 18-20/11/2016 InterClassics Brussel - Belgium 25-27/11/2016 Milano Autoclassica - Italy 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 28-29/01/2017 Auto Retro Brugge - Belgium 11-12/02/2017 Flanders Collection Car Gent- Belgium 03-05/03/2017 Antwerp Classic Salon - Belgium

    • Year: 1920
    • Mileage: 4409 mi
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  • Buick Type 75 Deluxe Sedan '34

    €50,000(£44,580) €50,000(£44,580)

    >>>>> Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) info@oldtimerfarm.be Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) olivier@oldtimerfarm.be Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: 18-20/11/2016 InterClassics Brussel - Belgium 25-27/11/2016 Milano Autoclassica - Italy 17-18/12/2016 Dreamcar International Kortrijk - Belgium 12-15/01/2017 InterClassics Maastricht - The Netherlands 28-29/01/2017 Auto Retro Brugge - Belgium 11-12/02/2017 Flanders Collection Car Gent- Belgium 03-05/03/2017 Antwerp Classic Salon - Belgium

    • Year: 1934
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  • 1953 Buick Skylark Convertible

    $175,000(£143,027.50) $175,000(£143,027.50)

    General Motors made a bold move for the 1953 model year with the introduction of three cars whose sole purpose was to demonstrate GM’s superior design capabilities under the direction of the great Harley Earl. The Cadillac Eldorado, Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta and Buick Roadmaster Skylark were the three, special edition, limited production convertibles designed to show what GM’s design department could do when given free reign. In the middle of this special lineup was the Buick Skylark; a stylish and luxurious convertible based on the Roadmaster chassis, featuring Buick’s all-new Nailhead OHV V8 engine and 12V electrical system, both firsts for the Buick brand. The styling bore a family resemblance to the Roadmaster, but it featured a dramatically sweeping beltline that was clearly inspired by the radical XP-300 Le Sabre dream car. Another XP-300 inspiration came in the form of the swoopy chrome swage that curved downward on the body side. Only the hood, trunk lid and a portion of the convertible top well were shared among other production cars; the rest of the body was comprised of unique stampings that were hand-leaded and carefully fitted by GM craftsmen. All three of these special models were largely hand built, and as a result, were eye-wateringly expensive in their day. A standard Roadmaster convertible was certainly not an entry-level car, stickering at a hearty $3,200. By comparison, the Skylark cost nearly 50% more, coming in at $5,000. As a result, sales were slow and many had to be deeply discounted to clear dealer inventory. In spite of the high price, the Buick was the best seller of the three specials models, albeit with just 1,690 examples finding buyers. Such rarity makes them among the most highly prized 1950s American convertibles among today’s collectors, and their impeccable style makes them a design icon. Harley Earl and his team undoubtedly accomplished their mission. This gorgeous 1953 Buick Skylark was the subject of a comprehensive, nut and bolt restoration approximately ten years ago and has seen only light use since, remaining in wonderful condition throughout. It is finished in a very beautiful shade of Reef Blue over a two-tone red and white interior, which, in combination with the extensive brightwork, imparts a certain nautical feeling. It is easy to imagine pulling up to a marina in Martha’s Vineyard or Kennebunk, Maine. This was once a high-point show car that has seen only light use over the years, still presenting beautifully. Paint, bodywork and panel fit are exemplary and the massive swathes of chrome and mirror-polished stainless remain in excellent condition. It rides on a correct set of Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels wrapped in wide-whitewall tires. The blue bodywork is complemented by a white convertible top, which is hydraulically operated for maximum style points. The Skylark’s fabulous interior is straight from the textbook of mid-century design elegance. The two-tone dash, which carries over into the door panels, is adorned with lots of gorgeous chrome detailing on the radio, speaker and instruments– all in exquisite condition to match the exterior. The red and white leather seats have been beautifully restored, and show only the very slightest signs of use. The seat is power adjustable, and the windows raise and lower swiftly and smoothly thanks to hydraulic lifts. Of course, such an expensive car would not be complete without power steering and power brakes, all of which add up to make driving this gorgeous Skylark a sublime experience. While most Buicks retained the L-head, inline-eight cylinder engine in the 1950s, the Skylark highlighted a special new overhead-valve V8 called Nailhead. The Nailhead was vastly more refined and powerful than the straight-eight as well as much more compact. Thanks to a healthy 188 horsepower, the Skylark returned brisk performance for such a large car. On our featured example, the clean and tidy V8 is beautifully finished in correct green paint and detailed down to the smallest fastener. Correct labels adorn the valve covers and accessories such as the power steering pump and glass washer bottle. A period correct battery keeps everything looking proper under the hood. This fabulous Buick Skylark was once part of the extensive collection of the late Jim Miller, and is reported to be one of the last cars restored under his guidance. It is a gorgeously presented, very correct and totally usable example of one of the most stylish and desirable American cars of the period.

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