For over twenty years, Buick produced what would at one point be the marque’s flagship vehicle. Having first appeared in 1936, the Buick Roadmaster was conceived as the celebration of the engineering improvements and design accomplishments that would separate the new year’s lineup from the 1935 models. Previously, all of the brand’s series were numbered, but they were renamed in order to commemorate the advancements. Series 40 became the Special, Series 50 the Super, Series 60 the Century, and Series 90 the Limited. The completely new line that Buick would debut that year, however, was to be named the Buick Roadmaster.
The Buick Roadmaster was a large sedan that surpassed the weight of its contemporary models. Although it shared its structure with entry-level Cadillac models, it was notoriously cheaper than the lowest-priced Cadillac model at the time. For a lesser price, car enthusiasts could gain access to a marvel of automobile engineering and sophisticated design that proved to be a big hit upon release. The model would continue for seven generations, all the way until the line’s discontinuation in 1958. However, after a thirty-three-year absence, the name was introduced to the car market once again from 1991 to 1994 for an encore eighth generation.
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