Beautifully authentic frame-off restored ’35 Special 46C Convertible Coupe! One of only 933 built! Documented two-owner car with original sales literature! Missouri car its whole life! Buick enthusiasts should not miss this one! Buick’s biggest changes came in the form of a new naming system for what were essentially carried over 1934 models. From smallest to largest, Buick now had the following series names: Special, Super, Century and Limited. New for Buick in 1935 was an entry-level Special convertible coupe with grandiose styling cues, featuring a standard tan leather interior and a rumble seat to bring along two more! Weighing 3,140 pounds and with a price of $925, the 46C convertible coupe was a rare bird, with production totaling only 933 units for domestic sale and an additional 67 for export. Today, they are very scarce but remain a classic in every way!
Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
See listing: 1935 Buick Special 46C Convertible Coupe (from December 30, 2015)