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Old 10-27-2013, 05:44 AM
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Default 1948 Buick Roadmaster / Flxible Hearse

1948 Buick Roadmaster / Flxible Hearse

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Garaged stored since 1996. Went through all brake lines and rebuilt all wheel cylinders and the master cylinder. Replaced water pump. Interior is in pristine condition. This car runs, straight eight engine. Army trained mechanic, this car is roadworthy and is a real head turner. Only 646 produced of this year and not many survivors.
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strange add. I would be willing to let all 5 of mine go for this one. but I can't understand if he is showing it off or selling it. one nice clear pictures would help either cause. but this style flexable is one of those dream cars in a ambulance of combo. I'm guessing it's flat black and if you spray water on it it shines.
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Switch panel on dash and fan on rear of partition suggest a combination car.
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I totally agree with Ed. I LOVE those '46-'48 Flxible Buicks! I don't think it's flat black. I think it's a charcoal grey in bad light. I hate the cheaply done velour interior and drapes though.
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