320-ci 165 hp, Straight 8, 3-speed manual, 40,000 (original?) miles
|Condition:||In good condition|
|Registered in country:||United States of America|
|Model Type:||Century coupe|
Buick Century Coupe 1939
Very neat and virtually stainless (it does have a little rust behind the side sills) A west coast car since new.
Previous Arizona owner (an older couple) had this coupe for more than 40 years.
Including documentation, the car drives and runs well, it has a very nice interior.
It still has good lacquer (with, of course, some signs of wear).
Four new whitewall tires and a 12 volt conversion
The car has been pre-inspected by us for a new registration, most parts that need replacing have been ordered in the US and will be included.
Centuries produced between 1936 and 1942 had a 320-cubic-inch 8 cyl. 165 hp.
These were the fastest Buicks from that period and were called "the bankers hot-rod".
The car comes with a USA title and EU import documents, imported from Arizona, United States.
Import duties and VAT have been paid (it still requires a Dutch Periodic Vehicle Inspection by the Netherlands Vehicle Authority if you want a Dutch registration).
This vehicle can be viewed and picked up in Damwoude, the Netherlands.
This is a used vehicle. It is highly advisable to view the vehicle before bidding, to avoid disappointment afterwards. To arrange a viewing appointment or for more info, please contact Catawiki. Offers are excluding transport and export, unless otherwise indicated.
|Member since:||August 26, 2014|
vielen Dank,bis bald
Nice Prfess ional
Good attentive seller claims to the customer's administrative difficulties.
De auto was conform de omschrijving op de veilingsite, ik werd door Bert de eigenaar vriendelijk te woord gestaan. Ook een prima afspraak kunnen maken over de aflevering bij mij thuis.
The car is in a very good status and the welcome of California Classics very fair.
Their availability is so great even during the week-end.
Summarizing: very good contact and our recommandation!
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Damwoude (Netherlands). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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