Zoom Classic Cars presents a true 1950's Classic.... the 54 Buick
Roadmaster.The Roadmaster was top-of-the-line for Buick in 1954,
(outside of the Skylark convertible). For 1954 all Buicks featured
a complete restyle including wrap-around windshields for the first
time. Their hoods were now nearly level with the fenders and
headlights, giving the cars a clean, modern stance, but they still
maintained the big grille, massive bumpers and fender ports that
they were famous for.1954 models utilized a wheelbase of 127-inches
and were powered by Buick's 322 cubic inch V-8 Nailhead engine
producing 200HP, up from 188 of the previous year.The 1954
Roadmaster truly was just one rung below the Cadillac in both
luxury and prestige. Standard equipment included a Dynaflow
automatic transmission, full wheel covers, power brakes, power
steering, and hydraulic-electric power windows (except on the
sedan), and power antenna. Various interior upholsteries were
available, including leather, broadcloth and nylon combinations.
This fine example has been lovingly restored by the owner. Just shy
of Concourse level, it can more than hold its own on the show
field. There is no evidence of rust and the body and undercarriage
seem solid. The motor purrs and the interior shows little evidence
of wear. It still retains the wonder bar radio in the dash however
the owner has added a more modern update below for listening
pleasure. It is a rolling time capsule of the Buick 50's era.Please
contact Hank at [email protected] or text at 201-317-9277 for more
details. The car is located in Central NJ and is offered at
1954 Buick Roadmaster
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
Exterior Color:Blue and white
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