1955 Buick – Pay-off on Progress
It takes a long-time Buick owner to really appreciate what tremendously advanced cars the 1955 Buicks are.
For when you compare these spanking-new beauties with the finest Buicks that could be built two, three, four and five years ago – you find an almost incredible difference. The new Variable Pitch Dynaflow of 1955 is one example. In immediate response and in gas-saving mileage, it is as far advanced over earlier Dynaflows as the first Dynaflow was advanced over manual transmissions.
Power is another example. The great strides made in the Buick engines of the past years result in the spectacular horsepower boost you get in all 1955 Buicks. And you get as much as 4.8 more miles per gallon in these new 55 Buicks than in Buicks of six years ago.
There are many other differences that pinpoint this constant Buick progress. You find it in the handling, the ride, the visibility, the modern décors, the quietness of the car’s interior. And, most definitely, you find it in the fresh and forward-looking styling that has made Buick the unquestioned trend-setter.
Come in and take the wheel of a new SPECIAL, CENTURY, SUPER or ROADMASTER. That’s the only way to know the thrilling pay-off that progress has brought to Buick for 1955.