1953 was a momentous year of great change for the Buick Division of General Motors. Gone was the straight eight engine, making way for the powerful, overhead valve V-8, commonly known as the "NAIL-HEAD V-8". Another major improvement was the 12 volt electrical system making for brighter lights and faster starting.
This exquisite 1953 Buick Super Station Wagon is reported to have been owned by the famous orchestra maestro, LAWRENCE WELK! The wagon features only one repaint since new of the exterior Teal blue. The interior is the factory original seats, headliner and mats installed at the factory by GM and all are in great condition showing very little wear. The options include, V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, windshield washers,wide white wall tires, radio and heater. The V.8 engine runs like a top and moves this gorgeous woodie down the highway at freeway speeds.
This 1953 Buick Super is a dream to drive and will take it's new owners to new and wonderful places.
Priced far below the market at $45,900.00
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