The 1934 Buick 40 Series single-handedly saved the company following their worst production year ever. But even with cars like this lovely 4-door sedan in showrooms, 1934 Buick model 41 club sedans are rather rare machines, with only 10,953 being built that year. Better yet, with this one you get all the modern conveniences and the power of a 350 cubic inch V8, making it as good a runner as it is a looker. There''s no arguing that the 1934 Buicks were among the best-looking cars of the period and the modifications on this handsome sedan do nothing to diminish those looks. Traditional black fenders frame the silver bodywork, and the rounded art-deco shape has never looked better. In 1934, the two-tone paint treatment would have been an extra-cost item, and while the paint isn''t 1930s lacquer, the modern finish shines beautifully. Obviously a ton of time went into the build, and they made sure that all the bodywork was ready for primetime, which means all four doors fit well, the hood is aligned just right, and all the period details were retained. The roof hasn''t been chopped, and even the sidemounts are still in place, giving the car a dignified look that fits the period. A built-in trunk gives it a very pleasing look that''s sleeker than the other 4-doors that year, and with sidemounts, an accessory external trunk doubles cargo capacity. With a 117-inch wheelbase, there''s plenty of room inside, where it has been handsomely reupholstered in brown velour. Now wait, before you turn up your nose, just have a look, because it''s quite impressive and very appropriate. The button-tufted seats have a vintage ''30s look but the comfort of modern chairs and the door panels were obviously crafted with the original design in mind. The original dash was scrapped in favor of a genuine wood fascia with a full set of cream-faced gauges from Classic Instruments and with the neatly integrated A/C vents and AM/FM/CD stereo head unit, it looks like it has always been this way. Tan carpets add a plush feeling that speaks softly of luxury and the tilt column with an OEM Buick 3-spoke steering wheel is a nice touch. And please take a moment to examine the lovely woodgrained window garnish moldings, which are simply spectacular. Power comes from a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8, which is always the engine of choice when reliability and performance count. It''s a neat fit in the Buick''s engine bay, which was originally designed for a 233 cubic inch straight-eight, and with a few chrome and billet aluminum dress-up bits, it certainly looks good enough to show with the hood open. Edelbrock supplied the 4-barrel carburetor and intake manifold, and with GM HEI ignition, it''s a very reliable travelling partner. Dual exhaust sounds muted and muscular, the way you''d hope your new Buick would sound, and with a TH350 and 3.50 gears in the 10-bolt rear, it''s an easy highway cruiser. The original "knee-action" front suspension remains, now augmented with power steering and disc brakes, and everything has been tucked behind contrasting burgundy steel wheels with baby moons and trim rings. One of Buick''s better-looking cars transformed by a big injection of horsepower and performance, this ''34 sedan is one way to be sure you''re the only guy at the show who has one. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.