Unfortunately, there are those cars we stumble upon only to see that they have been ravaged by past owners and scavengers.  The good news for us is, that most of the scavenged parts are going to good use on LIVING Centurions.  This page will do nothing but display those that have been unlucky enough to be put in this position.

1972 Centurion Convertible - Looks like a very solid body with some accident damage on both ends.  Most likely a victim of the insurance agency.  Notice that it was originally Seamist Green with a Green convertible top....and a really low body number!

1973 Centurion Convertible - Originally Colonial Yellow with a White top.  It's hard to tell how this one met its demise.  Engine problems?

1973 Centurion Convertible - Here is one from a place called All American Classics, Inc. which is a yard located in Vancouver, WA.  This car looks as though it has an Electra/Estate Wagon hood from a previous wreck or replacement.  It looks like it used to be a nice car.  Chrome wheels, bumper guards, etc.  It's hard to hell whether it has a 455 or 350, since all the emblems have been deleted from the fenders.  The yard also has a 1972 Centurion Formal Coupe, but no pictures of it.

1971 Centurion 4 Door Hardtop - Not much info on this car.  It was for sale recently...who knows where it is now.

1971 Centurion Formal Coupe - Stuck somewhere in Wisconsin, I took the liberty of swiping the trunk stainless with the help of a friend in the area!




Buick Centurion Registry 2005