790 Alabama Ave
Here is a 1935 Buick Sedan that you can drive just about anywhere you want to. It has the suicide back doors for easy access to rear seat. This car was built about 15 years ago but is still a very solid car with rust not being an issue. It has been freshened up with a new paint. It is an all steel car. It is powered by a great running 350 engine with a Weber 4 barrel carb and a Electric fan to keep it running cool. It also has headers on it instead of manifold. It starts easy with no unwanted noises and does not smoke. It has a 700R4 overdrive transmission that shifts out great with a transmission cooler mounted under the car. The rear is a 10 bolt with around a 3:23 gear so going 75 on the interstate is not a problem. The front was also updated with power steering and power disc brakes on the front with the power booster also mounted under the car. The last owner had this car about 10 years and drove it on several long distance trips. It has vintage air to keep you comfortable on those hot days and heat to keep you warm in cold weather. It has fresh paint that looks great and is Black and straight. The interior is all BRAND NEW done in Leather. The seats, door panels, headliner and carpet is all new. Cost of the new interior was around $8000. The glass is also all new. All gauges work like they should with the odometer now showing 25,719 miles. This is a great car that you can drive anywhere and has been driven to many shows with some being 6 to 7 hour trips one way. When was the last time you saw a 1935 Buick? Call Ken at 404-512-1295 with any questions or email me at [email protected] See alot more pics at www.bigostreetrods.com
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