The 1937 Buick was part of a design revolution. So it already doesn't need much to look awesome. That's why this one looks classic on the outside, but inside, there's a custom A/C interior. But under the hood is the best surprise. You're going to wow plenty of people (and leave them behind in the dust) with this supercharged V8!
General Motors had some of the best-looking bodies around in the late 1930s, and Buick was the cream of the crop. Its handsome dual grille coordinates nicely with the wide flowing fenders and cool bullet-shaped headlights to give it a very substantial presence. The high-gloss black paint does a great job of showcasing these details when the sunshine hits the very straight sheetmetal. And the fender-mounted spare tires on both sides are pure classic cool. The full-length trim and suicide doors complete the terrific vintage attitude. But the tinted windows and modern 15-inch alloys also signal that there's something more going on with this sedan.
The attitude of classic style mixed with the right upgrades continues inside. This is a vehicle built for back seat opulence. You get custom panels that coordinate with the plush tweed seats. There's limo-like legroom and even a roll-up glass partition. Plus, there's a neat set of fold away jump seats. While the front could be meant for a chauffeur, it's also one of the most comfortable seats in the sedan. You get the same plush tweed seating, a Lecarra sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and a full set of VDO gauges. And it's just a short reach to the best amenities, like power windows, AM/FM/CD stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning.
You'll love lifting both side of the butterfly hood. After all it will attract a crowd, and what they get to see inside will truly be shocking. The Buick 8 badge up front isn't lying about being an eight-cylinder car, but it's something much wilder than anyone would expect. The 403 cubic-inch GM V8 is already larger than what Buick was displacing in '37, but this one has much more. It has performance upgrades, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, HEI ignition, and dual air intake. And oh yeah, everyone is going to instantly recognize the big power upgrade that comes from the B&M supercharger nestled within this custom setup. Plus, they didn't just upgrade this for power. It's built to be a nice all-around driver, too. That's why you have a 2004R four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. There's also an upgraded independent front suspension w/adjustable coilovers and air ride shocks in the rear. Power steering and power brakes with discs up front complete a package that makes this classic truly a tight and easy driver.
This Buick is a custom build that offers true distinction, sweet power, and all the right comforts. Something of this quality and uniqueness won't stay long in our showroom. Call today!!!