1952 Buick Options (Optional Equipment)
If you want to know how your 52 Buick same from the factory, grab the info from the body tag and compare it with this list of 1952 Buick Optional Equipment.
In 1952, Buick offered two new convenience features:
Power Steering: Cars of the 1950s were big and heavy. Steering this big ship was sometimes a matter of strength. But Buick offered a solution. “Takes the Effort out of Steering but retains Feel of the Road”, said Buick.
Hydraulic Controls: Roadmaster models became even more luxurious. Windows and Front Seat and on Convertibles the Convertible Top were operated just by a fingertip.
The newly formed “Safety Group” provided basic protection features for the lower series.
A closer look at 1952 Buick Options & Accessories
1952 Buick Optional Equipment Overview
|B||Weather Warden Venti-Heater and Defroster||$67.26||$67.26||$67.26|
|D||Sonomatic Radio with Antenna||$91.72||$91.72||$91.72|
|E||Selectronic Radio with Antenna||$122.37||$122.37||$122.37|
|F||Safety Group (B/U Lights, Prk. Brake Warning Light, Jumbo-Size Bumper Guards)||$25.23||$25.23||Standard|
|H||Flexible Spoke Steering Wheel||$12.27||Standard||Standard|
|K||Foamtex Seat Cushions||$17.13 (Model 46: $8.56)||Standard||Standard|
|M||Standard Accessory Group (El. Clock, Wheel Covers, Trunk Light, Lic. Plate Frame)||$36.73||Standard||Standard|
|O||Non-Glare Rear View Mirror||$6.13||$6.13||Standard|
|Q||White Sidewall Tires (5)||$31.50||$31.50||$35.49|