This 1941 Buick Roadmaster Convertible has been totally frame-off restored and is absolutely gorgeous! The receipts for the work are included, and they are comprehensive and thorough.

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The ’41 Buick series 71 Roadmaster Phaeton is extremely rare – only 312 were built, with an additional 14 for export based on Buick reference sources.

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Here it is in action!

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The Roadmaster was the top of the line convertible for Buick in 1941.

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1941 was a significant change to Buick Styling – this car is several inches lower and quite a bit sleeker than the 1940 that preceded it.

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Not only is the ’41 Buick dramatically styled, this car looks like it’s still in the Buick Showroom!

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That die-cast grille is absolutely spectacular – I could not find a single pit or flaw!

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Extremely pretty with super high quality throughout. Note the excellent body panel fit and the deep reflection in the paint.

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This is one of the Best ’41 Buicks in the country!

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Note the reflection of the guardrail – that bodywork and paint are super straight and impeccable!

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Beautiful emblems

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Beautiful tail lights

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Beautiful fenderskirts and whitewall tires. Also note the proper rubber gravel shield.

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Buick badged spotlights

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Beautiful dashboard, with the engine turned or damascened finish. Wow! Also note the proper firewall insulator.

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Beautiful re-cast steering wheel. and new Taupe leather in the original pattern.  The convertibles were all done in leather, the sedans had wool.

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Close up of the steering wheel emblem – Beautiful!

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Beautiful leather in the rear compartment.

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Gorgeous!

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Nice Doorpanels and handles

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Super sharp details like the step plate and Fisher body tag

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Beautiful and rebuilt Buick 320 Cubic inch overhead valve straight eight!

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It’s spectacular!

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there is the “Compound Carburetion” setup – It was Buick’s idea to even the fuel delivery over the long straight 8 engine.  The forward carburetor runs the car during normal driving, but the rear carburetor kicks in when you floor the accellerator!  Each carburetor is a 2 barrel, so in effect this was the original 4 barrel carburetion setup!

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Super clean and correct!

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Note the fresh and correct cloth-backed wiring!

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Here’s the trim tag – this was body number 115 of only 326 total cars built! Paint code 570 is Ludington Green, just right for this car!

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Excellent trunk, with the side window dividers stored inside.  They fit in between the front and rear side windows when the top is up.

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Inner trunk finish is beautiful too!