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Found 23 results

  1. I bought a 47 Super Eight and the VIN on the registration and insurance paperwork going back almost 20 years does not match the plate on the passenger side under the hood over the body type plate. I can't find any other VIN on the car. I don't want to return this to the seller... Love the car, but worry about the legality. Any idea exactly where the other VIN's may be hiding?
  2. looking for rust free trunk lid for 53 super convertible - 52 or 53 large series should fit. part number 4197379. Im located in east tennessee. thanks, brian
  3. Hi there! We have been looking for this part a while now, asked someone and get forwarded to this site. We are currently in search for a new moustache (upper grill bar) for our 1951 Special. We hope we can finally get lucky here, and find this part (after years)! Thanks in advance!
  4. Saw this on Phoenix c-list last week (but not on the Tucson list, and it's in Tucson). Unfortunately I don't recall the price they had listed... Guess they really want to move it. Claims that "all" the trim is there - but not in the photos. Ask them...not mine. http://www.ebay.com/itm/251658732592 (incorrectly listed as a Special, it's a 56R)
  5. MrEarl recommended that I post a link to my restoration website and blog: http://www.bessythebuick.com/ Really excited about this project! So far, I've had good luck locating needed parts and received excellent guidance from the Buick community locally (Colorado) as well as nationally. Good folks all around:) Thanks, Jeff
  6. This is a native Colorado car with a solid body and virtually no rust. The car is mostly complete, has never been restored. It has a straight eight engine that ran, I am told, a few years ago. It turns by hand but I have not tried to start her. It has a radiator problem, I am told and the car comes with 2 radiators. Thisis a really nice project car$2000
  7. Hi, I have a 1953 Buick super, vin inside door is 17192251, although the third and last 1 look like I's mod 53-52 style 53-4519 body g34448 trim 51 paint 59 bd acc p How can I find out if the engine number is the original, Also, it is green, but the paint number says blue? thanks if someone can decode
  8. I need a muffler for my 1940 Buick Series 50.
  9. Looking for a frame for my 53 super Riviera 56R two door hard top. I posted this before but got no serious responses. Any help would be appreciated. Rick
  10. Have a question: I moved to Milwaukee for work. Shipped my 1947 Super from TX and it arrived with a dead battery. The truck driver offloaded it and then he jumped it with a 12 volt charger. I wasn't happy about it, but couldn't leave it on the side of the road in the area I'm living until we close on a house. The battery died again as soon as I got it into the garage. Bought a charger, the charger broke down before charging the battery. Bought a new battery, put it in and now the car doesn't seem to fire. Starter sound okay, but no start. Could the 12 volt jump screwed up anything that I shoul
  11. 49 Buick Super 4dr sedan straight 8 Dynaflow, I bought this hoping to have time to bring it back but I don't, It has been stored most likely in a Garage for years, (no mouse damage)someone loved this old girl the interior was redone and painted some time ago! Amazing sheet metal it's had a small patch at spare tire well other than that I don't find any metal that needs replacing! I believe it's the original Eng. but does not turn, I do have a spare eng that does and comes with the car, I have inspected the under sides and other than some dirt it's in great shape it could easily be a driver o
  12. 1950 Buick Super Dynaflow 4 door,no motor or trans. I am trying to sell the car to a good home. This was a project car that went south when i discovered that water had decided to hang out inside the engine. Tennessee car and title built in flint. Real solid car except floor boards and the rockers. Has the desired demon teeth 1950 chrome grill that never stops and the the three oblong holes in the hood and not the fender. Shoot me a message if you are interested. I would am trying to sell it so i can dump money into my 52 special.
  13. BUICK FENDERS -56 SPECIAL LF- SMALL SERIES 3 HOLE W/TRIM -39 SPECIAL RF- NEEDS CRACK REPAIR -39 CENTURY GRILL AND LOWER PANEL SOLID -39 CENTURY LF- DENT BUT SOLID -39 CENTURY LF W/TIREWELL- HAS CRACK -46-49 SPECIAL RR NOS -51-52 SPECIAL LF SMALL HOLE W/HOOD LATCH -51-52 ROADMASTER LF 4 HOLE -57 SPECIAL/CENTURY RF 40/60 SOLID -55 ROADMASTER/SUPER LF SOLID -56 ROADMASTER LF 4 HOLE SOLID -51-52 SPECIAL 3 HOLE SOLID -50 SPECIAL SUPER RF NOS CLEAN -51-52 ROADMASTER 4 HOLE W/TRIM -58 ROADMASTER SUPER RF 50-70 SERIES CREASE -57 SPECIAL CENTURY LF SOLID -53 SPECIAL RF 3 HOLE LIKE NEW -51-52 SUPER LF
  14. Hey folks, bear with me. The Short story is the starter solenoid plunger activates, the starter does not. The long story is that "Bruce" ( what we named our Buick), finally needed a carb rebuild & its manifold straightened out. This part went well. Bruce's starter had been "dragging" for a few months even though it was rebuilt new internals & with a NOS solenoid. When we went to start Bruce, the dragging was worse and all we got was a 1/2 hearted sputter & a lot of no start. The original +cable got quite warm. We replaced it with a #2 from Autozone. Plunger worked, starter did not.
  15. Thank you for all your help. Just need a couple more pieces for my 1953 Buick Super. '53 Roadmaster pieces should also be fine. Heres the short list of what I'm on the hunt for. Please PM me if you happen to have any spares. Thanks. 1953 Buick Super [needs - short list] driver side grille extension that slightly wraps the fender. rear left bumper guard (has the light bezel) also on a '52? v8 hood ornament (or just the spear) radio face bezel, buttons and vol/tune knobs # # #
  16. Hello I bought a 1956 Buick Super a few years ago and am stuck in the middle of what direction I should go with the car. Make it my own? or go stock original? I'd like to know what factory original looks like exactly. I've been reading several other threads and notice everyone asks for a website to help decode their body tags, and I am believing that i am blind or there isn't one?. Id like to assume its all original but that would be retarded. Any advise from someone who has such info or could offer me a little guidance would be much appreciated, This will be my first resto. and post. Thanks,
  17. I have 2 1952 Super 2dr HT cars for restoration. The red one was my grandfathers, a restoration was started back in the early 80s before he passed. It is partially dis-assembled and the engine had been rebuilt but never run. I purchased the yellow one from Kansas back in 2000 as a parts car. It is completely assembled and unrestored; supposedly ran back in 1999 but I have not tired to start it. Between the two are good bodies, sheet metal, trim, powertrains, etc. Both could be restored or combined into one car. I also have numerous used and NOS parts I have been collecting over the pas
  18. What is the best way to get my faded odometer numbers restored? Should I take it apart and repaint them myself or is this something best left to a speedometer restoration shop? The MPH numbers are fine, but the odometer numbers are faded almost beyond recognition. Any tips? I'm mighty handy with brush and paint.
  19. Hello, My 1949 Buick Super 248 straight eight (Dynaflow) recently started lacking power…a lot of power. For example going up slight grades at only 35-40mph. I’ve rebuilt the carburetor, put in new plugs, wires, coil, points, condenser, checked the fuel filter and pump. Even hooked up an aux 6volt electric pump…NO CHANGE. Still has lost most of it’s power. Runs fine at idle no miss or erratic idle. When driving it cruses a long fine, but when you put the peddle down to the floor, the engine bogs down and if you take you foot up a little, it seems to get more power. I drive this car about 50mph
  20. howdy all, i'm parting out some redundant parts from my '53 resto. I'm slowly going through the stuff I need, would like to keep as an extra part, and the things I don't need. So far, I've got: -Sonomatic radio. 12 volt. I'm not sure if it works. -Dash (no gauges, just the frame) Light surface rust, no rust-through. -Gas tank. I'm honestly not sure this can be salvaged but thought I would see before I sent it to the metal scrapyard. It had a dime size hole punched in it by a fellow at a radiator shop to "drain" it. then they attempted to patch the hole. I used Eastwood's gas tank restorer and
  21. Hi, I'm selling my 1950 Sedanette 2d, it has a little over 55,000 miles. It has been 90% restored but I have almost all parts to get it to 100%. I have put over 21k into it and have all receipts. The car is black and is all original, brand new: Brakes, upholstery, paint, master cylinder, everything has been rechromed except for radio and door handles. I'm trying to get around 15k for it but willing to take best offer. This is my loss and your gain. Cash only!chss1109@hotmail.com. Has been garaged since being restored.
  22. My brother's whack-job mother-in-law (really, he has papers) shoved Grandads two door fastback out of the barn, but didn't tell anybody. Car is intact - except for the skirts, naturally- but has been in the weather long enough it will need everything. Engine turns over, but no attempt has been made to force the old girl to run. I'll try to post the photo link soon, we'd like to get around 2500, and it is advertised locally (Kent Island, Md.) Last ran in '98?, some spares, reasonably close delivery possible.
  23. I ran across a really nice 1940 Buick Super 4-door sedan in Hanover, MA today - it is an all original car including paint and interior, about 50K original miles. The owner bought it in 1964, and used it for limited pleasure dirving. The paint and chrome need attention, but the body is solid and the original interior is very nice. Black with gray cloth, new blackwall tires. The engine compartment is original and needs detailing, but the motor runs well and everything works except for the Speedometer. It has the factory radio. I took a few photos of the car, which is not advertised anywhere
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