Chassis Num: 7D4021740
For 1954, Buick completely redesigned the Roadmaster and shared its new C-Body platform with the Super Line. In 1957, it was given a new body, 10 extra inches to its length, and a rakishly lower roofline. The Series 70 Roadmaster came in two- and fou....[continue reading]
David Dunbar Buick began experimenting with internal combustion engines during the 1890s. He had made a fortune in the plumbing business with the invention for permanently coating cast iron with enamel which allowed the production of 'white' baths at....[continue reading]
Chassis Num: 7D4011713
This Buick Roadmaster Convertible (of which there were fewer than 4,500 produced) is finished in two-tone Seminole Red and Dove White. It was the subject of a body-off restoration and rewarded with a First National Award at the Louisville AACA Meet a....[continue reading]
The Roadmaster was powered by Buick's 364 cubic-inch V-8 that developed 300 horsepower that was good for zero-to-sixty in under seconds and was capable of 110 miles per hour.....[continue reading]
The Roadmaster named first appeared on Buick automobiles in 1936 as a celebration of their engineering improvements and advancements in design. The Buick Series 80 became known as the Roadmaster. The Roadmasters were built on the longest wheelbase Buick had to offer. From 1946 through 1957 they were the most elegant and prestigious automobiles that Buick sold.