Just released from long term storage that we acquired from an estate, Champion Motors International, LLC presents this 1957 Buick Special 46R. Designed to outstyle the 57 Chevy and Oldsmobiles of the day with the swooping body lines, two tone paint scheme and moldings on the side, it came with an engine that was specific to Buick. GM offered 4 models for 1957, the Special, the Century, the Super and the Roadmaster. Each offered different styling cues on the side. 1957 was the only year Buick and Oldsmobile had the three piece rear window, making this model pretty unique and hard to find.
This example was started and spent the first twenty years in Florida and was last inspected in 1977, with the sticker still fixed to the windshield. This car is a great preservation example and would benefit from a thorough detail and some minor mechanical sorting as it is largely original. Starts and runs well at first turn of the key. Driven just 44,642 miles. Once completed would make a great cruiser to enjoy with your family.
We have the paperwork from when our client purchased this car back in 1995 at a Kruse International Auburn Spring Motorfair Sale, including the bidder catalog, V.I.P. Pass and windshield card identifying the lot number. There is also some older service receipts, the original 1957 Buick Owner's Guide and an edition of the April 1995 Buick Bugle in excellent condition.
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