The 1941 Buick Super 4-door Convertible received the Buick Club of America's top prize - Senior Gold Award - at the BCA National Meet July 9, 2011 in Danvers, Massachusetts.
This car, one of only 467 manufactured by Buick, is one of a few survivors. It was assembled August 4, 1940, just two weeks after Buick began production of the 1941 models on July 26, 1940 and well before the 1941 models were introduced to the public on September 4, 1940.
The car evidently had a difficult life. Although it had only 54,000 miles, the interior and top were only remnants and the body was badly damaged and deteriorated when Mr. Eaton acquired the car. After restoration by AAE, the car is exactly like it left the factory 70 years ago in black paint, shiny chrome with a dark red interior and tan top.