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  1. Hello to all again. I have come across a few more photos of the 1941 Buick Brunn Bodied Brougham Town Car. Please excuse the quality of the photos. Dave BCA 26773 1938 Buick Special 4 door side mounted touring sedan
  2. The thread seems to be going well. The big question IS....Where is the car today? Who did Sidney Aberman sell it to and who owns it now? If Brunn built more than a half dozen. How many survived and where are they today? Regards. Dave BCA 26773 1938 Buick Special 4 door side mounted touring sedan
  3. Hi John. I'm a member of the Minuteman Chapter. You guys to a great job in your part of New England. Keep up the good work on your yearly show. I have been to a few; always a good one. Dave BCA 26773 1938 Buick Special 4 door side mounted touring sedan
  4. Here are two photos of the 1941 Buick Limited Brunn Bodied Brougham Towncar. I found these on the internet. Does any one have info on this car. Who owns it now and where? Thank you to all. Dave BCA 26773 1938 Buick Special 4 door side mounted touring sedan
  5. Hello to all. I'd like to get a thread going on the 1940 and 1941 Buick Brunn Bodied Cars. About 15 to 20 years ago I saw a listing for a 1941 Buick Brunn Bodied Brougham Town Car for sale in Hemmings. It was listed for $175,00 and ran for 3 or 4 months. That last time the ad ran the price dropped to $115,000. At the time the location of the seller was somewhere in Pennsylvania. Does any one know the where abouts of this car, who owns it now etc. etc.? Did it land in the late John O'Quinn's collection? It was a great Brunn bodied car and only one was made. I have never seen the car but several pictures. Several years ago I saw the 1940 Buick Townmaster for sale on the internet. It was listed for somewhere around $115,000. The Townmaster was a Brunn Bodied Town Car on a Roadmaster chassis. I understand this the car is in great condition. Unfortuntaley for Buick and Brunn, Cadillac executives were weak in the knees over Buick competition and convinced GM that Buick should stay out of the "High Line" market. Buick would have had great success with those cars if GM had let them comtinue with Brunn.<!-- google_ad_section_end --> Any one out there with info on the 1941 Buick Brunn? Dave BCA 26773 1938 Buick Special 4 door side mounted touring sedan
  6. Thank you Dynaflash 8 & k8096 for the info. Any one else with info? I have never seen the car or the 1940 Townmaster. I saw awhile ago the Townmaster up for sale on the internet. Around $115,000 I think?!!! Two great custom bodied cars. Too bad Cadillac executives were weak in the knees over Buick competition. Buick would have had great success with those cars if GM had let themcomtinue with Brunn.
  7. Thought I shold list my car. I own a 1938 Buick Special 4Dr Touring Sedan.
  8. Hello to all! This is my first of comments to the forum. I have read with interest the comments about allowing 80 series Buicks into the CCCA. I agree with most comments made so far. The last photo uploaded by dynaflash 8 spurred my interest in another Brunn bodied Buick. The 1941 Buick Limited Brougham Towncar. About 20 years ago I saw it for sale in Hemmings. It was listed for $175,00 and ran for 3 or 4 months. That last time it ran the price dropped to $115,000. Does any one know the where abouts of this car, who owns it etc. etc.? Did it land in the late John O'Quinn's collection? It was a great Brunn bodied car and only one was made. I'm certain CCCA would recognise it as a "Classic" Dave