Up for bid is my 1941 Buick Special Sedanette.
This car runs wonderfully and drives down the road straight.
All the DMV paperwork has been paid for, the new title should be here soon.
Here are the details: Body:Chopped 4 inches in front and 3 inches in backDecklid reshaped to fit the chopDecklid emblems shavedRocker trim shavedSmoothed quartersHas all the glass with a few cracksIt is missing the turn signal lenses and the decklid latchBody is not perfect but great driver condition Engine/Transmission:1974 High nickle 350 blockBored .020 overCrank polishedNew cam and timing chain1995 Fast Burn heads with center bolt valve coversVintage Weiand intakeHolley 600 cfm carbRamhorn exhaust manifoldsElectric fanDual exhaust straight piped outbackSaginaw 3 speed transmission with floor shifterAluminum bellhousing10.5 inch clutch with clutch mechanical linkage Driveline:90s Camaro rearend with 3.24 gears and protrax lockerCustom made three link with 60s chevy coilovers to lower rear of carVery easy to convert it to airride if wantedWheel adapters on rearend to keep stock 16″ wheelsNew KingpinsStock steering and front suspensioncoils cut in front to lower it Interior:Stock seats wrapped in black fabricLeopard print door panelsGarnish mouldings have all been choppedoil pressure water temp and volt gaugesTransmission hump removableDoor glass rolls up and downRear door glass is stationaryHave all the headliner bowsAftermarket 15 gallon fuel tank in trunk If you have any questions or want any more information or pictures please email or call at 8O5 8O1 9541 sold as is Here are two links to videos of the Buick driving http://youtu.be/h1A47hE5f8Y http://youtu.be/iwsOF5DA830On Aug-24-12 at 12:57:07 PDT, seller added the following information: The DMV is taking longer than usual and the vin verification can’t be done until after the auction ends so the title is going to take a little longer than expected but I am jumping through all the hoops to get it.
I can hold the car for as long as needed and write a bill of sale to the winning bidder and send title when recieved.
The inspection is on Sept.
6 so should have it about two weeks after that!