1955 BUICK ROADMASTER
The Roadmaster is an automobile that was built in 1936-1958 by Buick, and yet again in the 90’s. Roadmaster’s produced between 1936 and 1958; they were built on Buick’s non-limo wheelbase and shared the essential structure of a Cadillac and, after 1940 the senior Oldsmobile.
Between 1946 -1957 the Roadmaster served as a flagship for Buick.
When it was renewed for the 1991 through the 1996 model years; it became the Marque’s largest vehicle. The Roadmaster sedan a c-body vehicle shared over eight previous generations a b-body for the first time in its history. It was larger with a greater wheelbase than the c-body Buick Park Avenue. It was also larger both in wheelbase and in length than the k-body Cadillac DeVille.