V8 power, an upgraded suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and a full custom interior headline this 1935 Buick Sedan Streetrod. And this bold custom machine is offered for the kind of value price that will let you personalize it for an even more unique street machine.
A mid-1930s Buick is the right place to start for a custom build. Long dual grilles, wide flowing fenders, and cool bullet-shaped headlights give it a very substantial presence. And the deleted bumper gives everyone a .....
terrific view of this front end when you arrive. You have classic details, like suicide doors, running boards, a classic trunk, and a vinyl roof. But these are all wrapped around modern elements like bolder red paint, tinted windows, and 15-inch alloys with a larger rear set of rubber to give this a sporty stance. So it's a true classic that has the unmistakable look of vintage, and that's what a street rod is all about. You are going to find areas you can improve on this car. The idea is that from day one you get to own a fun custom today that knows how to eagerly down the road. And the value price leaves plenty of room in your budget so that you can invest in making this even more personal. After all, part of the fun of owning such a custom car is having the ability to make it truly a reflection of you.
A classic sedan like this is great for interior space, and this one turns the desirability up a notch with a newer layout that includes front bucket seats. There is the potential for great features like power windows, an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth, and air conditioning. The main components are there, but they just need some extra parts and/or servicing. The same kind of potential go elements like the column-mounted tach and the cool red glow of the digital speedometer. And elements like the Lecarra steering wheel, tilt column, and Hurst floor shifter are there to make sure this is a good driver's car from the start.
The heart of the appeal is this has been upgraded to a 350 cubic-inch V8. It has some nice upgrades like an Accel electronic distributor, an Edelbrock intake, and topped with a newer Holley four-barrel carburetor. You'll also notice more investment in newer pieces, like the starter, alternator, and electric fan. It makes for quite a strong runner. And this was built to be a solid driver with an upgraded independent front end, adjustable coilovers on the rear, a three-speed automatic transmission, and power steering. Plus, four-wheel power disc brakes give you superior stopping power.
This is the full custom build that lets you dream even bigger. So if you love distinction for today and a ton of potential for tomorrow, you absolutely understand the allure of this Buick streetrod. Call today!!!