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Boasting the largest back wing in the industry (4 inches longer than the Cadillac) the 59 Buick Electra is a stunning sculptural masterpiece in car design. Known as a 'deuce and a quarter' the 225 signifies the actual overall length of the car in inches. This is Buick's flagship model for 1959, and as such comes loaded with power hood, seats and windows, power brakes and steering, along with the famous 401 'nail head' engine linked to the twin turbine auto box. The 59 Buick was an all-new affair, having been redesigned from the tires up - it featured the new k- type chassis, the best brakes in the industry at the time and the cleanest lines that Buick ever offered; so much so that traditional Buick buyers didn't recognize it as a Buick. Therefore it sold in very few numbers, making it ultra rare today. In 1959, this model was used as a pace car for the Indianapolis 500 Race.
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