1950 Buick Roadmaster
An American Beauty 1950 Buick Roadmaster Convertible this is true elegance. Very few automobiles influence thousands, and command a crowd's attention as this.
Year is 1950 Buick 70-Series Roadmaster could be easily seen with its prominent display bright grille loving know by car enthusiast as the "Toothy Grin." This unmistakable appearance has made the '50 Buick one of the most sought-after classics vehicles by investors and collectors. All new for .....
1950 Roadmaster featured a 152 horsepower, 320 cubic inch OHV Straight-eight "Fireball," the optional Dynaflow two-speed automatic transmission, hydraulic brakes, coil spring suspension and plenty of posh, luxurious equipment such as power windows, an analog clock (working), working dual cowl-mounted spotlights, a power-adjustable front bench seat, chrome side mirrors, partial headlight covers, and quad VentiPorts in hood. What is a beautiful ride without quality sound, a Secretaudio Stereo with a trunk-mounted CD changer operated by remote. Polished 15" Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels are mounted with Coker Classic wide whitewall tires is the perfect touch. Plus, a full-size spare and jack are found in the trunk. With only 2,964 of the Series 70 convertibles in 1950. At a price of $2,981.00 the Roadmaster were known for their quality, style and luxurious options. This was a time of made in America was a stamp of pride, and Buick set the caliber for class in an automobile.
The restoration was started with a very clean solid original car. The professional restoration was a full nut and built build. Every part of this Roadmaster has been attentively reconditioned. The original body panels fit and finish is magnificent. The extensive stainless and chrome trim has been professionally plated and polished, and appears in very fine condition. Finished in a beautiful red makes this Buick standout in the crowd. The ostentatiously rich and luxurious interior tastefully trimmed in tan and red leather power-adjustable split front bench, with matching door panels, square-weave carpets, and floor mats. The Buick attributes include a power-operated tanHaartz Stayfast fabric convertible top with a red boot cover. The top frame and mechanism have been restored so it functions properly with excellent fit. A classic three-spoke steering wheel with a chrome horn ring with Buick Shield of Arms horn button. A body-color metal dashboard housing a 110-mph speedometer and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit odometer shows approximately 40724 miles. Masses of chrome trim adorn the dash panel such as the center dash with radio, curtesy lighting, vent, lights, cigarette lighter (working), and speaker grille.
The undercarriage reveals the quality nature of the restoration. The 320 "Fireball" Straight-eight is correctly and highly detailed, free of leaks and dirt. The engine is properly presented with correct hose clamps, decals, labels and finishes. This 1950 Buick Roadmaster Convertible is a work of art.
The trim tag mounted on the cowl decodes as follows:
1950 Mod 76C: 1950Roadmaster Convertible
Style50-4767X: 1950two-door six-passenger Convertible
Body G 1529: 1,529th example built in Flint, Michigan
Trim 73: Red leather upholstery
320ci Fireball Straight-Eight
2-Speed Dynaflow Automatic Transmission
This beauty could be yours for $84,000.00!
This car is located in Edmonds, Washington.