Today the most desirable of this generation of Buick Roadmaster is the convertible. Only 8,000 were produced, and the interiors are tonier than Roadmasters of other body styles, giving them both luxury and rarity. However, for sheer impressive size and the thrumming straight-eight engine. The 1953 model year was the big change for this generation of Roadmaster, with the motor switching over to Buick’s new 322-cid V-8 engine with 188 hp. The front end was shortened to highlight the more compact powerplant, giving the Roadmaster a stubbier appearance compared to the prior years. This right here is coming out of a high end collector's estate, and there are several others to choose from.
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1954 Buick Skylark (Corinth, KY) $65,000<br />
The original Skylark was based on a Roadmaster convertible and featured various custom touches, including fully radiused wheel openings and a sinfully lowered.....
1970 Buick Skylark Convertible<br />
The fourth generation of the Buick Skylark was produced from 1968 until 1972. The car came on the market market as a luxury and compact car. This convertible is in good.....
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' Arizona event, 22 January 2021. Estimate:$100,000 - $120,000 One of just 836 examples built in 1954Fully restored in factory-correct Arctic.....
Just released from a respected private collection <br />
Spectacular, full body-off frame restoration <br />
Meticulous attention to detail throughout <br />
Driven less than 4,000 since restoration! <br />