This car truly is beautiful. It’s hard to look away from its glorious curves, low windshield, and modern metallic paint. The power convertible top is clean and tight and aligns precisely with the windshield frame, befitting of such a nice car. The grand Buick grille and other trim pieces help distinguish this upscale brand from more common transportation. Tires are wide whitewall Coker radials that add to the imagery while making driving more enjoyable. And yes, those are actual underside pictures of this 75-year-old automobile. The unique dual-hinge hood opens from either side to expose the rebuilt 248 ci Fireball inline-8. If you’ve never driven one of these straight eight engines then you are in for a treat; they are incredibly smooth and quiet. And as an overhead valve engine they continued to keep Buick ahead of the competition’s flatheads. The 3-speed manual transmission works great as well with minimal clutch effort. The long 124” wheelbase helps contribute to a driving experience that is more refined than you might expect from the 1940’s. This car also has many new or rebuilt parts throughout. This really is a must-see car. It is in remarkable condition throughout and remains a very capable automobile from a bygone era. Let this Buick take you back to that wonderful time when grand automotive styling and quality American goods were a way of life.