1947 Buick Super Series 50
|Model History||Auction sales research||Specifications||Body styles and Chassis Data|
Buick capitalized on this combination by offering stylish vehicles powered by large engines and offered at an economical price. In 1947 the Super Series 50 four-door sedan with seating for six would set the buyer back $1930. The most expensive of the Super 50 Series was the four-door estate wagon with seating for six. This cost $2,590.
The 1947 Buick Super Series 50 Station Wagon model 59 with a dark emerald green paint scheme and light wood hue was offered for sale at the 2006 Worldwide Group Auction held on Hilton Head Island. It was expected to sell between $100,000-$125,000. During the 1990's the vehicle was fully restored and has seen very little road time since then. The interior roof is finished in custom fitted wood. The upholstery is a white soft tan leather.
By Daniel Vaughan | Nov 2006
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|Auction||Worldwide Group Auction at Hilton Head Island|
|Lot was not sold|
|Worldwide Group Auction at Hilton Head Island||1940-1955|