1937 Buick Special 40

This video features an all-original 1937 Buick Special 40 four-door touring sedan, which was Buick’s most popular car for 1937. Watch and find out why.

1937 Buick Special 40
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1937 Buick Special 40

It’s time for another cool classic car video, this time featuring an all-original 1937 Buick Special 40.

The four-door touring sedan with the trunk was Buick’s most popular Series 40 body style and was also Buicks most popular vehicle for 1937.

This walk-around video spotlights more of the unique features found on this great-looking automobile, which include a newly styled grille for 1937 that had horizontal bars and a divider down the center. The center section of the grille was painted to match the color of the body.

The 1937 Buick Special 40 was powered by an inline overhead-valve eight-cylinder engine that offered 100 hp and three-speed sliding gear transmission.

Other options included a heater, defroster, dual side-mounted tires, white sidewall tires, grille guard and a dash installed radio with a built-in speaker.

This video is one we think you’re going to really like, especially if you are a classic Buick fan. Watch and see if you feel the same!

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