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|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.There was little information about the car. The pictures showed the car in a better state than it actually was. The mileage shows less than what is written in the car registration certificate.
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