Production Numbers: N/A
Color Options: Varied by year
Engine Type: 320 cu in (5.2 L) Fireball I8 (1947 – 1953), 322 cu in (5.3 L) Nailhead V8 (1949 – 1954)
Transmission: 3-speed sliding shift manual (1947 – 1948), 2-speed Dynaflow automatic (1947 – 1954)
Additional Stats: Present in the fourth and fifth generations of the original Roadmaster line and then reintroduced in 1991 for a short-lived revival of the name.
The booming post-war economy brought forth the need for more luxury vehicles that could accommodate growing American families. Introducing, then, to the Buick Roadmaster lineup, the four-door estate wagon body style, affectionally known as the Woody Wagon. First presented towards the end of the fourth generation of the Buick Roadmaster line, the Roadmaster Woody Wagon was an immediate success. It sold three hundred units, which propelled it to the very top of the station wagon market.
Its success was enough to ensure that the model continued into the fifth generation of the Buick Roadmaster line. The Buick Roadmaster Woody Wagon was available from 1949 to 1953, which made it the last woody wagon model to be mass-produced in the United States. The model was later brought back for a brief revival in the nineties as part of the eighth generation of the Buick Roadmaster.
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