1939 Was A Big Year For Buick In Terms Of Their Styling And Fashion And Was Highlighted By A New Two Piece Waterfall Grille With Thin Vertical Bars And A Substantial Increase In Window Area.
Changes Were Also Brought To The Interior With All Major Gauges Being Positioned In Front Of The Driver Except For The Clock Which Was On The Passenger Side Of Dash. Handi-Shift Column Mounted Gearshift Was A Key Interior Change Also.
The 4 Door 61C 5-passenger Century Trunkback Sport Phaeton Weighed 3917 pounds And Had A Low Production Of Only 269 Built
Driven By Buicks Straight-Eight Valve-in-Head Engine And Dramatic Restyling That Established Buick At The Forefront Of American Automobile Design.
Sonomatic Push-Button Radio
On Exterior Of Car:
Dual Enclosed Sidemounts
Fender Mounted Parking Lights
Beautiful Paint In Burgundy With Tan Convertible Top With Burgundy Trim And Glass Back Window, Burgundy/Tan Seats, Wide Whitewall Tires With Buick Wheel Covers
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