Price: - Item location: Rockaway Park, New York, United States
  • Make: Buick
  • Model: Other
  • Year: 1950
  • Mileage: 35,783
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: STRAIGHT 8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Rare 1950 BUICK SUPER ESTATE woody or woodie (real wood) wagon, ONLY 35,783 MILES!!! All metal is excellent & rust free as it was a California car, wood has been sanded but I never got to varnishing, the wood that is needed or should be replaced IS AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE FROM J.B. DONALDSON Co. I contacted them and they can provide any wood piece that you choose to replace, I planned to save most of the original wood and sand & varnish,but it needs the drivers door wood and pass side rear window surround, among a few other pieces.And of course depending on whether you want a driver or a show car? The tailgate has the hard to find CURVED rear glass in exc.cond. The flat glass for doors & sides is needed and available from ebay dealer from patterns for about $300 for all of it. I never got around to getting it, but I spents thousands! You can do well with this car being such a solid low mileage California car, GREAT POTENTIAL for SHOW CAR & MONEY MAKER! The 1950 Buick is the BEST GRILL of the woody's & of all1950's Buicks. LOOK AT THOSE BIG TEETH! I had the them & the bumpers rechromed because it's a highlight of the car. I bought it a few years ago from a dealer in Texas, it still had the California plates still on it; I had GRILL & BUMPERS rechromed while still in Texas; when arrived here I HAD IT SENT directly TO MECHANIC IN LONG ISLAND= I SPENT NEARLY $3000 in parts & labor so that car RUNS & DRIVES! ALL NEW BRAKES, fuel tank, carb,tuneup,lights, AND MUCH MUCH MORE WAS DONE ! The tires are very old and you should put wide whitewalls on itDash is nice, interior seats & door panels are excellent and ready to use! Engine compartment complete with giant original aircleaner, expensive long original type battery, for those that don't know it- these Buick (like Packard) had the hood that could open from either side! double hinges,thus you could take the whole hood off if you pull both releases from both sides, which is very convenient for under hood detailing! I have all original owners manual, shop manuals, boxes of extra parts, and I believe I have some sales literature as well.Everything included!I must sell my cars quickly due to both health issues and financial needs, so I would appreciate if it can be picked up within a week of sale. As with any 65+year old car IT IS BEING SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS. You can bid with confidence as I have been an Ebayer for over 20 years with 100% POSITIVE FEEDBACK, and a fellow car collector for over 30 years! So I know a good car and know a good investment. The 1950 Buick woody wagon is a very valuable rarity, in #1 condition I believe THE PRICE GUIDE IS $160,000 or thereabouts, average ones I have seen for $50,000 to $80,000 so you have a lot of room to make money on this car, and at my price you can not lose. A VERY GOOD INVESTMENT ! A VERY SOLID & RUST FREE CALIFORNIA WOODY! "WOULDN'T YOU REALLY RATHER HAVE A BUICK?" Remember those commercials? These Buicks are top quality cars, this one runs great, healthy engine, new brakes,lights work, new chrome, good interior, etc, etc.YOU CAN CHANGE THE TIRES AND DRIVE THE CAR NOW as you improve cosmetics,paint is ok for driver. I think that is has overdrive option! Buicks were top-of-the-line GM cars in 1950 partcularlyPLEASE USE THE "BUY IT NOW" and you can have it picked up this week, I will have a mobile detailer come and detail it the day before pickup, and I will put more gas in and check all fluids, so it is ready to go! I can be reached evenings from about 5pm-11pm (917)687-6290 KurtSOLID CAR, RUST FREE, CALIFORNIA CAR, WOODY, GREAT INVESTMENT POTENTIAL, ONLY 35,783 ORIGINAL MILES! IT'S A WORTHY CHOICE AND I HAVE MADE THE PRICE A BARGAIN TO BUY IT NOW! I NEED IT SOLD AND PICKED UP AS SOON AS POSSIBLE PLEASE!Thank you again, Kurt