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Up for auction is this 1954 Buick Century station wagon. This car is non operational and will need to be towed or trailered. The car is available for local pick up only. It rolls good and has 4 tires that hold air. Any and all transport is the responsibility of the purchaser. I can assist in loading the vehicle but the buyer / carrier is fully responsible after it leaves the property. Being sold in as is condition. There is no warranties or guarantees implied or included with this vehicle. There is a $400.00 non refundable deposit payment due via pay pal with in 48 hours from the end of the auction. The remaining balance is due before the car leaves the property. I will give the buyer 30 days from the end of the auction for full payment and to pick up the vehicle. Thanks for looking and check out all the pictures. I have 2 other auctions for 1954 Buick portholes, please refer to them for more pictures of this car. To the serious interested parties of this car I do have several more pictures upon your request that I can send you via e mail. This is a serious true no reserves auction for this rare car. Lots of good parts on this untampered original. Serious bidders only! Thank you.
The car has been sitting outside since 1968. The car has a lot of rust and issues. The motor is stuck at this time, to the best of my knowledge. The hood is dented in and the front and is rusty and probably no good. Both the upper and lower tail gates have rust outs on them as well. The rear frame has rust outs on the curve on the bottom under the back seat. The gas tank is rusted out as is the back end of the car. The front drivers floor is pretty much gone. There is rust outs on the bottom lower edge of the far back windows too. The dash has a small rust out spot to the left of the main gauges, I would have to guess there is a mouse nest back there. The front windshield is no good and the front drivers door glass is cracked too. The front bumper guards are both dinged up and the front bumper has some rust and waves. Please view the pictures and ask questions if needed. The car is pretty complete but someone did steal the radiator, hood ornament and dome light. The RH B pillar trim is missing. The rear drivers door stainless trim has two screws holding that on. The lower front cone of the oil bath is rusted out from a mouse nest. I am sure there is more not mentioned, if seriously interested please ask for specifics. Very rusty and sitting outside for 44 years condition.
This is a very complete car with lots of good trim / parts and a complete engine right down to the spark plug covers. I did go through the loops and got a new crisp clean MN title for this car. It was issued 8/1/16. I also have a MN collector license plate for the car. Both I.D tags are present. All four of the door are in good solid condition. The front drivers door only opens from the inside. The grille, upper grille bar and extensions are in good condition with some pitting. The lower tailgate opens and closes like it should. All the hardware is there. The top hinges of the upper tail gate are stuck but there. The back seat folds up and down good and should be a great core for redoing, all the parts are present and good. The 322 engine has a 4 barrel intake manifold with single exhaust, it is very complete. The spark plug covers are in good solid condition. The tranny and shifter linkage is complete and seems to work as it should. There is an absolute wealth of stainless steel trim on this car. All of the stainless is there and in good condition. The only exception is the back RH door trim, it has two screws holding it on. Lots of good rare parts, I am sure there is more that is not mentioned. If interested please ask for specifics. Thank you.
Old boy pulled in the driveway bouncing! The rear shocks went out and he was done with the car in 1968. The car was purchased in 1974 as part of an estate sale. It sat under a big oak tree ever since 2012 and was carefully exhumed from it's resting place. It would probably still be sitting there but small talk led to a neat conversation. What was your favorite car at the Back To The 50's show in MN? I replied a 1954 Buick Skylark, it was the first and only that I had seen in person. He then informed that he had this 1954 Buick Century station wagon. I feel my asking price is fair as there is a wealth of rare good parts. There is a lot of common interest in vintage and rare vehicles / tractors. Thanks again for looking at my auction. A rare opportunity! Please bid accordingly. Good luck.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||A1044521||Mileage:||37257|
|Number of Cylinders:||8||Model:||Century|
|Body Type:||Station Wagon||Engine:||322 Nailhead|
|Vehicle Title:||Clear||Drive Type:||RWD|
|Fuel Type:||Gasoline||For Sale By:||Private Seller|