1956 Buick Century Wagon 8 passenger w/Title Project Car
- Condition: Used
- Make: Buick
- Model: Wagon
- SubModel: 8 passenger wagon
- Year: 1956
- VIN: 6C2048707
- Engine size: 322 V8
- Transmission: Dynaflow automatic
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1956 Buick Wagon 8 passenger wagon
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1956 Buick Century Station Wagon project car, started a frame off restoration but no longer able to finish this project. The 56 Century Wagon project car is frame off and is a FINISHED ready rolling chassis. Engine 322 4 barrel, dual exhaust model completely rebuilt Keller Motor Supply of Medford, OR and Dynaflow Transmission rebuilt by Jerry’s Transmission of Grants Pass, OR. Rear end was inspected and resealed by Just Rear Ends of Reno NV was deemed as in great condition.
Body of project car (no parts missing) has rust but was media blasted and primed with epoxy primer but will require work on rust areas in floor. The rear area where spare tire goes will require a sheet metal box built other floor board areas; or however the new owner wants to fix it; can be saved without much effort. Most of the body is straight with little rust all Stainless trim is in nice shape, bumpers and grill all there but rough condition
Buick Century project car is a power steering and power brake car.
Again I stress these is a complete can, a few items maybe have to be purchased such as generator, thermostat housing, rebuild water pump.
PLUS, PLUS, PLUS, will also let you have an Offy 2 four barrel Manifold
So you must realize that what I am asking is less than invested. If you have a Buick that needs and engine and transmission here you go, essentially the body and all the rest costs you nothing.
Engine: Bored 30 over with stock compression new pistons and rings, rods aligned…stress relieved…re-bushed…new bolts, crank .010 .010 and full assembly balanced.
Heads totally rebuilt: valves..seats…guides…and rocker assembly.
Cam mild street…new oil pump…timing chain and gears...bearings…gaskets…seals.
Engine is has been turned over by hand every so often to keep anything from taking a set.