The Buick Special was Buick’s entry level full-sized automobile. All Buicks underwent a full restyling in 1939 with a more enclosed nose and a wider grille. The wheel base was also 2″ shorter. The 8-cylinder 248 cu. in. Engine was also new. Metal rocker panels were offered as an option to traditional running boards, rear turn signals became standard equipment and push-button tuned radios were introduced.
From the LeMay Family Collection. To be auctioned off at No Reserve. We do not have complete specifics of these vehicles. They may or may not run and/or need parts.