Buick Limited touring sedan 1938
SOLD --- This Buick from '38 is in absolutely beautiful condition. Click the picture for more information!
For a car from the 30's the paint is in very good condition, and this color looks so badass on this car! The chrome could use some love, but does not show any signs of rust.
These will be the most comfortable car seats u will ever witness, that is why they call this car a "saloon". The leather seats i front and the carpet seats in the back do not show any signs of tears, rips.
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The origins of the Limited name date to 1936 when Buick added names to its entire model lineup to celebrate the engineering improvements and design advancements over their 1935 models. It shared its chassis with the top-level Cadillac Series 70 vehicles. Buick had released a new line of cars that were technically superior to their predecessors by offering such features as all-steel passenger compartment tops (GM's Turret Top design), improved front suspension, improved hydraulic safety braking system, alloy engine pistons and an improved engine cooling system.
In 1938, the wheelbase was stretched 2 inches from 138 to 140 inches (3,556 mm), and the Limited, along with Roadmaster, lost its wooden structural members for steel, making them the last Buick passenger cars to rely upon wood components.