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Make: Buick
Model: Y-Job Concept
Year: 1938
Mileage: 68000
Engine: GM LS V-8
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic
Body Type: Convertible
Number of Cylinders: 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 8356384
Fuel Type: Gasoline


CHASSIS NO: 8356384
• A stunning tribute
• Hand formed, all steel body
• Constructed over a four-year period
• Modern GM LS V-8 engine, Corvette suspension and brakes

1941 Cadillac chassis, GM LS V-8 engine with automatic transmission, Corvette suspension, front disc brakes

As a tribute to the first and most significant American concept car ever produced, this beautifully-crafted 1938 Buick Y-Job was partially constructed over a four-year period by its idea man and creator who subsequently passed away before completion.

Starting with a period-correct 1941 Cadillac frame, the metal body was hand-formed over the course of many months, working for countless hours to achieve the correct shape, curves and proportions of the Y-Job’s revolutionary body design.

To make this Y-Job a more reliable and comfortable car to drive, a modern and powerful GM LS engine and automatic transmission were installed, as well as a modern Corvette suspension system, giving the dynamic car power and handling capabilities never imagined in 1938.

$ 28,900.00


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