This Buick is very similar to the ’47 Chevy Fastback street rod that I built back in 1956-57 with a 3/4 race Jimmy, and shown on the website http://www.forgottenfiberglass.com/about-us/dave-perry-school-restorations/
This is a REAL Vintage Fat Fendered Hotrod as built long ago on a later model Cadillac chassis with front disc brakes and coil suspension in the rear.
A true Barn Find, it sells as a ROLLER.
The ORIGINAL 16″ wheels make this car look well balanced, and with a nice stance.
This is a VERY Solid Southern Car. I have tried to indicate every SMALL area of rust damage on this unusually SOLID 70+ year old hot rod. Door panels and the leopard tapestries on the front and rear seats will give you an idea of how long ago this car was built. It is in old hot rod primer, and could be clear coated and look like the WET Pictures I posted… or left as-is.
It has a Cadillac tilt wheel steering and is on a later model Cadillac chassis.
INCLUDES stainless trim for side windows, side glass is all there but should be replaced due to cracks and hazing. Windshield is good with some hazing on the perimeter that is not really bad.
Other than the window trim, interior rear window trim, and deck lid handle, everything that is with the car IS PICTURED… there is no headliner.
Location: Vinemont, Alabama, United States
See listing: 1947 Buick Fastback REAL DEAL Old Hot Rod (from November 4, 2020)