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1941 Buick Super 8; model # 45-19; body serial 607; trim 350 marble steering duel carb twin cylinder
1974 Pontiac Granville convertible; 403 American motor 4 barrel power window 86871,0 miles
1963 Buick La sable; wildcat 410 2 barrel; 98171,0 miles
1964 Dodge New Yorker 2 door
Hi I would like any information about these cars. My mom passed away and we have to sell these cars, I have been researching about the value of these cars and have a rough idea of what they are worth but since I have been away from the old cars for some time I figure that by asking someone on this site that I would get someone with more knowledge and to teach me what I need to look for.
the 1941 Buick is the one that I am having a hard time I found the model number on the car 45-19 but yet on this site I was on there is no listing for this model Why can't I find this number? It is all original and only had 1 owner before my dad bought it.
If anyone wants to talk about these cars feel free to email me I would love to be able to chat and know more about these cars thank you
I will be getting photos of these cars soon but I need the snow to go away before I take them out of the garage and take off the layers of dust of them before they make their appearance.
February 27, 2010
I am not aware of any model 45 in 1941 They made a 40,70,and 90 I do know that they had a model 45 in the 20's so a 1921 Model 45 is feasable. They did not make a Dodge New Yorker I assume you mean Chrysler? Your model will vary in price depending on options The 2 door is of course more desireable but there are 8 or so sub options that would increase the value of you car.
Have a look at www.nada.com in the consumer section collectible cars. This will give you a good rule of thumb on your values and what options came with your cars.
February 28, 2010
HI Randy, Thank you for replying First of all you were right it is indeed a 1964 Chrysler New Yorker my mistake.
For the Buick it is indeed a 1941 I went to the site you mention and it made me a bit more confuse from a touring sedan to a phaeton how do I tell the difference?
I have added some pics of the Buick and the tag. I forgot to mention that the car was made in Canada.
March 1, 2010
If you'll give these nice Buick folks some time to research your '41 Buick question you should find your answer here >>> http://forums.aaca.org/f115/1941-buick-super-eight-help-278220.html
March 1, 2010
nicloe2010 I have a 1940 Cad LaSalle and the firewall tag says 40-5019 Meening its a 1940 model 50 Is it at all posible that you have a 1945 model 19? I hope i'm not sending you on a wild goose chase. the picture of the body sure seems to be 41 But beeing in the War years anything could be possible.. The next production year was 1946-47
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June 25, 2010
The Buick appears to be a Touring Sedan (a Phaeton is a 4 door convertible) but the Model 45-19 does not show up in any of my US Buick literature. It may have been a Canada-only model.
sources: 70 Years of Buick
Standard Catalog of Buick 1903-1990
April 2, 2011