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Old 07-07-2015, 12:50 PM
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Default F/S 1963 Buick Flxible Flxette Hearse

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I've decided to sell my 1963 Buick Flxible Flxette Hearse in order to do work on my 1955 Cadillac Meteor Combination. The Buick's body and interior are in excellent condition the paint is single stage enamel very bright white, all door rubber has been replaced, I can furnish a list of engine and body maintenance repair/replacements since 2013, along with some of the cars history.
The 401 CID 4bbl nailhead engine runs strong and the car drives great on the road at 70 MPH good cruiser. The Flxette shows great at car shows and cruise-ins it gets tons of attention and comments. Current mileage 46,769 drive anywhere for $18,500.00.
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I saw this car earlier this year and was very impressed with its condition.

SUPER CLEAN CAR !!!

The nailhead engine is one of the top 10 engines ever made.

You have to see it to believe it ! You will not be disappointed !



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Posted at the request of Bill Head.

I've decided to sell my 1963 Buick Flxible Flxette Hearse in order to do work on my 1955 Cadillac Meteor Combination. The Buick's body and interior are in excellent condition the paint is single stage enamel very bright white, all door rubber has been replaced, I can furnish a list of engine and body maintenance repair/replacements since 2013, along with some of the cars history.
The 401 CID 4bbl nailhead engine runs strong and the car drives great on the road at 70 MPH good cruiser. The Flxette shows great at car shows and cruise-ins it gets tons of attention and comments. Current mileage 46,769 drive anywhere for $18,500.00.
Call 770-714-1688 or e-mail digme40@yahoo.com Thanks Bill Head
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Hate to see that. I had been second in line to purchase Dan Scully's Buick back in November of last year. It was only 300 miles away from me at the time, and I actually ended up just 60 miles away from it during my travels. Unfortunately it was already spoken for. Now it's at the opposite end of the country along with a $5000 premium attached. Hope it goes to a good home.
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Absolutely stunning!
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This is not a project car, I know of nothing needing to be done.
Absolutely a super car for its age.
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$18,500? Seems a bit high for a endloader. I've been trying to sell my 65 Buick National Combination for five years for $7500 and everybody tells me I'm priced to high. Although, my car is not as nice as this one. Good Luck with the sale! Hope it finds a good home.
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it would cost a man twice that to put it in this shape. for a man not able to do it himself it's a good buy. if you're a Buick fan and want a Hearse. fairly easy first place or best of show at any meet car.

I feel that the Flexibles and CB are a passed over units just because then are not caddies. we had 4 CBs together at Rochester same year each a different model. anyone even remember them?
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it would cost a man twice that to put it in this shape. for a man not able to do it himself it's a good buy. if you're a Buick fan and want a Hearse. fairly easy first place or best of show at any meet car.

I feel that the Flexibles and CB are a passed over units just because then are not caddies. we had 4 CBs together at Rochester same year each a different model. anyone even remember them?
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I had taken it to the all Gm show last year and to my surprise it won best Buick in the 60-70 class. Not that it is not nice but at a regular car show I was surprised. Most people always associate hearses with Cadillac and everything else is a surprise to them . Only reason I sold it was to get the funds and space for the 96 flower car.
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I think this car is well worth the asking price. if you have had one restored lately You will agree this is a good buy. I would love to have this beauty in my garage.
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