A pre-war Buick 41 Special Sedan is one of the star cars going under the Charterhouse hammer at their classic and vintage car auction on Sunday 15th June at The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet.
“It is probably the best Buick 41 currently for sale. Bought by the vendor as a project, it underwent a total restoration costing £41,000 and that was with favourable mate’s rates at the garage!” Commented Matthew Whitney. “Now estimated at less than the total restoration cost, the owner is selling to fund a pre-war Cadillac convertible. It really represents a fantastic opportunity for the successful purchaser to buy a car that is better than new, can be enjoyed immediately and may also pay for its keep as a wedding car.”
Buick has always been expensive and favoured by the rich and famous. Perhaps the most famous Buick 41 Special was the stretched limousine owned by Mrs Wallace Simpson.
Viewing for this auction, being held in conjunction with The Bristol Classic Car Show at The Exmoor Hall, The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet on Saturday 14th June from 10am, with the auction starting on Sunday 15th at 11.30am. Alternatively you can download the auction catalogue from www.charterouse-auction.com
For further information please contact Matthew Whitney, Associate Director at Charterhouse, The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne, Dorset 01935 812277 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Charterhouse is now accepting entries for their next classic car and motorcycle auction being held at Sherborne Castle on Sunday 20th July, please contact Matthew Whitney as above.
The stunning 1939 Buick Special Sedan being sold by Charterhouse Auctioneers on 15th June £38,000-42,000
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