1947 Buick Super Estate Wagon

Condition Used
Body Wagon
Make Buick
Model Estate Wagon
Mileage 90000 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1947
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Red
History Yes
VIN: 14G98550

This Estate Wagon is powered by Buick’s 249-cu.in. OHV straight-eight. With a compression ratio of 6.3:1, this carbureted engine was rated by the manufacturer at 110 horsepower when new. The engine, said to be recently rebuilt, is reported to be original to the car. The engine is said to start readily from cold without smoke, and the three-speed manual transmission is said to change gears normally. No powertrain leaks are noted. The engine bay presents as being stock and strongly clean, per the provided photos. The paint is described as being in overall good condition, with some scratches and unspecified blemishes noted, but no dents. The wood is reported to be in good condition, as well, and largely original, with normal gaps. The wagon roof insert looks to be in good shape, in the photos. The seller says the Buick is free of rust and past evidence of rust repairs. The chrome presents as being in very good, undamaged condition. One pane of glass is reported to be cracked. All lighting is said to work. The underside appears to be generally clean, with scattered surface corrosion. The seating materials look to be in very good condition, with no tears, discoloration, or creasing visible in the photos. There is no rear seat. The carpeting is reported to be in good shape. The interior has a slatted wood headliner that appears to be in very good condition, with a functioning dome lamp, per the seller. The painted steel dashboard is reported to have complete trim and functional instrumentation. The factory AM radio is described as working properly and the heater is reported to be operable. The carpeted cargo area presents as being strongly clean, in the photos. The seller reports that the chassis was serviced three years ago, with no component damage or functionality issues. The Buick is said to have passed its current New York safety inspection. The manual drum brakes are described as being in proper working order. The Coker wide whitewall tires are described as having covered fewer than 1,000 miles.