Stunning is a word that comes to mind when describing the restoration of this 1951 Buick Roadmaster Convertible (Series 70, model 76C).
From the deep shine of the Sapphire Blue paintwork, the stunning mocha leather interior and immaculate dash, right through to the highly detailed engine bay holding the 320 cubic inch straight eight engine - this car is beautiful.
The Fireball engine produced 152 horsepower.
'COMMANDING is the word for ROADMASTER - Buick's master creation' was how they described this top-of-the-line car for 1951.
Dynaflow Drive automatic transmission was standard equipment in Roadmasters. The convertibles had leather seats, power top, windows and seats also as standard. The Roadmaster also featured four Veniports on the front fenders whereas the other models featured three. Full length rocker panel moldings were another unique feature.
Buick produced 2,911 Roadmaster Convertibles produced for the 1951 model year at a base price of $3,453.