Professionally appraised at $80,000, this 1957 Buick Roadmaster Convertible is a Buick Club of America Senior Car. While no documentation is available, it is believed the original owner was the wife of General Motors president Mr. Harlow Curtis.
Options: V-8, automatic Dynaflow transmission, power steering, brakes and convertible top. AM Buick Wonderbar pushbutton radio/power antenna, heater/defroster, day/night mirror, clock, duals o/s chrome mirrors with driver's remote, back-up lamps, chrome wire wheels, white wall tires.
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