” For 111 years Buick has provided substantial, unpretentious luxury to everyone from Wall Street bankers to professional athletes. You might say the storied brand has done it all. It’s the foundation for today’s General Motors Company. It’s the foundation for America’s growth in the world’s largest automotive market. And in the ‘30s, when Detroit was at the top of its luxury game, fine automobiles like this stylish Series 40 gave solid credibility to the line “Best Buy’s Buick”. Recently restored into a road-ready resto-mod, this fully sorted cruiser is certainly some of the coolest metal to ever roll down an assembly line. Thanks to its remarkable combination of smooth power and first class style, it sits at the pinnacle of pre-war design. And, if you’re a cultured enthusiast who’s looking for a unique and clean classic, it’s the old school road warrior you’ve been patiently waiting for!
The beneficiary of a professional, frame-off restoration that was completed in late 2012, this stately sedan is one of the coolest tri-shields we’ve ever seen! On a quest for vintage metal that could be transformed into a comfortable boulevard cruiser, the car’s owner found his project sitting next to an airplane hangar in Advance, North Carolina. When a deal was struck, Winston Salem’s The Paint Shop stripped the Buick’s curvaceous body all the way to bare metal. After some small rust repairs, that body’s panels were assembled into a straight and precise profile that displayed Honda Basque Red Pearl two-stage. Trim was sent to Advanced Plating in Nashville, Tennessee for a new, high quality luster. And today, this all-steel 40’s prestigious, blemish-free appearance is a lust worthy representation of America’s most glorious era of motoring. ”
Read more and see others at RK-Motors.