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1936 Buick Victoria Coupe for sale

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1936 MOD 41; Style 36-4411; Body 976; Parts car or serious restoration. Mechanically complete. Pictures available and more info for serious inquiries. Price negotiable.

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Please let us know where your car is and if you can post some pictures it well help attract interest. Including price is not required but suggested.

 

Good luck

 

Dave

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Contact information is vital, too, because

those who may see this forum from a search of 

the internet will have no way of posting or

sending you a Private Message.  Think of it

as an ad in a magazine, but better, because

you can post lots of pictures for free and write

at greater length about it.

 

All the best to you on your sale.

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A mix of info there. Mod 41 is a four door sedan but style 4411 is the Model 48 coach, which Buick did call a Victoria coupe that year.

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My apologies for not providing pictures.  Here are a few and will respond to inquiries and more pictures as best I can. Head Lights, Double side mount covers, grill, bumper and other items are included.Contact me at leevanderbaan@gmail.com.

Thanks

 

 

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The car is located in Northeast Connecticut.  There is no title for the car.  The seller still would not provide a price for the car.  Without a price, and with most of us being distant and not able to see the car in person, I expect there would be some issue with offering a fair price. 

 

I believe all 1936 Buicks still had some wood in the bodies, but I may be incorrect.  At it's core, this is an interesting and fairly economical project.  Interesting take on the mid 30's Art Deco lines of all cars, I.e. Waterfall grille, dash ornamentation. The engine was new for the senior series Buicks, again not 100% sure but I believe the engine was a 233 or 234 straight eight and may be good for 17 -20 mpg.  

 

I would be a buyer in the $750 to $1000 range but again, this may be offensive to the seller who may be looking for $2500 or more, which is common as an asking price.  Still, to get a high 370 to 400 point type BCA car would probably cost $50,000 +.  You can get a driver 36 Special for $10,000 to $17,000.  That's what makes asking price a simpler proposition.  

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Responding to Bryan Moran: I have $4000 invested in the car - which is more than I believe I can recover. It is missing the driver's side door. So, in terms of asking price, I would accept $2500. Thanks for your interest.

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