West Coast Classics are proud to present this striking 1941 Buick Eight Special Series 40 Sedanette 248 8 cylinder 'Fireball' Fastback featured here is finished in the original factory correct color combination of 'Royal Maroon' over a 'Light Gray with contrasting Red Pinstripes' cloth interior. This particular example was recently acquired from long time collector ownership and is a very well kept and presented older restoration with a mere 10,896 miles present on the odometer. A plethora of factory options and features are fitted including front and rear bumper guards, Super Sonomatic AM radio, heater & defroster and more!
1941 Buick Eight Special Series Sedanette Model 46S
CHASSIS NO: 34071408
A well-presented older restoration thats as easy to start up as it is to look at Powered by the reliable 248-cubic-inch Fireball straight-8 that squeezes out 107 HP Three-on-the-tree three-speed manual transmission The perfect car to discover your passion for pre-war collecting
248CI FIREBALL DYNAFLASH INLINE-8 CYLINDER ENGINE, STUNNING AND SELDOM SEEN FACTORY CORRECT COLOR COMBINATION, LAVISHLY FURNISHED AND HIGHLY OPTIONED, RECENTLY SERVICED, PERFORMS WONDERFULLY, READY FOR SHOW OR DRIVE, ONE OF THE BEST EXAMPLES TO BE FOUND ON THE MARKET TODAY!
OPTIONS & FEATURES:
BANJO STYLE STEERING WHEEL, GLOVEBOX LID CLOCK, FRONT AND REAR BUMPER GUARDS, SUPER SONOMATIC AM RADIO, WHITEWALL TIRES, WHEEL TRIM RINGS
Powered by the reliable 248 cubic inch Fireball straight 8 producing 107 H.P. coupled with dual compound carburation along with a manual 3 speed transmission makes this car is a joy to drive. Beautiful broadcloth interior, excellent chrome and trim throughout. Front and rear chrome bumper guards. Riding on 6.50-16 BF Goodrich Silvertown wide white wall tires. An older restoration that still shows well. Car runs smooth and drives perfect.
Model 46S six-passenger Sport Coupe commonly called a "Sedanette" due to its fastback design built on the division's 121-inch-wheelbase chassis. Though visually similar to the 1940 models, the cars had an updated grille and front fenders complementing the new-to-Buick single-panel two-way hood, which opened from either side to expose Buick's venerable 248-cu.in. straight-eight engine.