Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta
1750 Enterprise Way, Suite 109
Collectible Motorcar of Atlanta is extremely proud to offer this one of a kind 1941 Buick Super Model 56C. This award-winning Buick Super has been meticulously restored by the acclaimed Doug Seybold of Westlake, OH with over 3,000 hours of labor totaling over $200,000. Seybold is most known for having a narrow focus on 1940-41 Buicks, winning dozens of ACAA awards.
To quote Seybold: "Every car we do is either going to be a No. 1 quality car, or it's not going out the door. We make sure everything we do is to the best possible standards of what a car could be." (December 2009 Hemmings Classic Car Issue by Daniel Strohl)
Classic cars of this caliber don't come around often, and we are super proud to have this piece in our showroom. One of the closest cars we have had to "concourse", this car is just as clean underneath as it is on on the outside. Even in the doorjambs, under the doors, and in the trunk jamb, you will have a very hard time finding any dirt or any imperfections. She runs just as good as she looks, but a car like this deserves to be in a collection or at car shows.
Finished in Sequoia Cream with red leather interior, red-painted wheels, and chrome hubcaps wrapped in period-correct wide whitewall tires. Dual carbureted and equipped with the "Fireball" 248CI Dynaflash straight-8 engine that produced 125 horsepower mated to a column-shifted 3-speed manual transmission. Additional undercarriage photos are located at the end of the photo gallery.
Notable Awards Include:
AACA: Hershey 2014 National 1st Place, Junior Class
AACA: Hershey 2014 National 1st Place, Senior Class
AACA: Nominated one of the 16 Best Cars of the Year 2014
Stan Hewett Hall 2014: Best in Class, Best in Show
1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067
Hours of Operation:
Monday- Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday - 9-3pm (Appointment Only After 3pm)
Sunday - Closed
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