Rare 1937 Buick Century Convertible Hits Auction Block Next Month
Those attending the February 27-28 Rogers’ Classic Car Museum Auction, being put on by Mecum Auctions, will behold a cherry example of one of the most beautiful pre-war cars ever built: the 1937 Buick Century Convertible.
The model going on the block at the end of next month is one of a mere 843 produced, and it appears to be in near immaculate condition. Its exterior is gorgeous Luminous Metallic Blue, and its interior is a handsome tan hue. Powered by a straight-eight mated to a three-speed manual with floor-mounted shifter, the Century was a powerhouse in its time with 165 horsepower.
The ’37 Century Converible is stunning with the hallmark horizontal grille, chrome bumpers and bumper guards, split windshield, and dual side-mounted spares.
There is no set reserve price, so this beauty could be had at a bargain price if the chips fall just the right way. More likely, however, it’ll probably sell for a good chunk of change because 1) it’s a 1937 Buick Century Convertible 2) it’s beautiful.
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Gallery: 1937 Buick Century Convertible (Photos: Mecum)
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- Josh IsbellContributor
Josh Isbell is a contributor to The News Wheel and the digital marketing manager at Simi Valley Buick GMC. Simi Valley Buick GMC has been family owned and operated since 2011. We have a large selection of Buick cars and Crossovers as well a wide range of GMC Trucks and SUVs. We also have a great service department to help take care of your new or current vehicle, whether you bought it from us or not. Stop by Simi Valley Buick GMC for a test drive today!