In 1940, the Series 50 made a comeback after not being offered for four years. The new model boasted Buick’s torpedo-style bodywork, which included sealed-beam headlights that were integrated into the fenders, Fore-N-Aft Flash-Way directionals, and the removal of running boards.
This particular 1940 Buick Super is a Series 50 Sport Coupe that comes in green with tan cloth upholstery. It is powered by a 248ci straight-eight engine that is paired with a column-shifted three-speed manual transmission. Additional features include chrome bumpers, driving lamps, a centrally hinged hood, and painted woodgrain window trim.