Production Numbers: N/A
Color Options: Varied by year
Engine Type: 320 cu in (5.2 L) Fireball I8 (1936 – 1953), 322 cu in (5.3 L) Nailhead V8 (1949 – 1956), 364 cu in (6.0 L) Nailhead V8 (1956 – 1958)
Transmission: 3-speed sliding shift manual (1936 – 1948), 2-speed Dynaflow automatic (1942 – 1958)
Additional Stats: Present throughout all of the original run but not brought back with the 1991 Buick Roadmaster revival
When the Buick Roadmaster line was first introduced in 1936, it was available in two different body styles: a four-door sedan and a four-door convertible. 1064 units of the Buick Roadmaster convertible phaeton were produced as part of the first generation of vehicles, each of them priced at $1,565. At the same time, Buick parent company General Motors was selling a similar model in the similarly regarded Cadillac line, which was priced anywhere between $2,745 and $7,850. This made the Buick Roadmaster convertible option a bargain-priced vehicle in comparison.
The convertible option for the Buick Roadmaster model remained a part of the line throughout its original seven-generation run from 1936 to 1958. Throughout the changes in design and styling that the Buick Roadmaster was subjected to, there was always a comfortable, visionary way to incorporate the convertible aspect into each model, consistently delivering a sophisticated yet affordable vehicle.
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