1936 Buick Model 41 Special

$29,500

Year
1936
Make
Buick
Model
Model 41
Stock
2394
Vin
275xx
Miles
68,249
Engine Size
I8
Transmission Type
Manual
Drivetrain
RWD

The Buick Special was an automobile produced by Buick. It was usually Buick's lowest-priced model, starting out as a full-size car in 1936 and returning in 1938 (after a two-year hiatus) as a mid-size.

By 1970, Special was no longer offered as a standalone model but the name would later be used for the entry trim on 1975 to 1979 and 1991 to 1996 Century models.

The entry level Buick can trace its heritage to the Buick Model 10, a companion to Buick's first car, the Buick Model B. The Model 10 started out as one of the independent brands merged into Buick, called the Janney.

1936–1949

From 1936 to 1958, Buick's Special model range represented the marque's entry level full-size automobile. The '36 was a very successful year for Buick and also marked the first time of using names rather than the simple serial numbers which had been in use before. The Special continued to also be known as the 40-series, however.

Engine

Engine Type
Engine Size
I8
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
BALLUE BROWN
Body Style
Sedan
Doors
4
Paint Type

Basic

Year
1936
Make
Buick
Model
Model 41
Miles
68,249

Interior

Interior Color
BALLUE BROWN
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No

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