The 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan (Model 72R) - the crowning beauty of Buick's 4-door Sedans. An extra-long, extra rangy Roadmaster with a wheelbase of 130 inches plus - and inches more passenger room inside. Yet it is a maneuverable car that handles feather-light at all times. And note the extra side windows and the rich gleam of sweepspear fender trim.
1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan Equipment
Most engineering features were standard on the 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan – even the (automatic) Dynaflow Transmission. The model 72R was one of the finest cars of its day. The only thing – by todays standards – that was not included in the base price was a radio.
Controls for 1950 Buick Dynaflow Transmission Driving are as simple as you can imagine. A foot-brake, an accelerator & a control lever. Read more!
1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan Colors
The favorite colors of 1950 were Grey, Green and Blue – very common for the 50s. Overall, 17 exterior colors were available for the Roadmaster series. Two-Tone paint was at extra cost and limited to certain color combinations. In this case, only the roof could be painted differently. Note: Color accuracy varies by computer/device settings and depends on the actual light.
(See complete 1950 Buick color chart for Duco Paint numbers and correct Two-Tone paints.)
For 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan Owners and Enthusiasts
1950 Buick Body Tag
There is a saying: “You can restore a car a thousand times, but its only original once”. If you want to know how your 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan was equipped from the factory, you just need to body tag. All information is there. We can help you to decode it.
1950 Buicks are getting rare. Some options were even more rare. Unfortunately there is no official archive where this can be looked up. Thats where Hometown Buick takes place by building the 1950 Buick Registry. Join it with your 1950 Buick today!
What is a fair price for a 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Sedan? Much of the answer depends on condition, location and if its original. A classic car database can’t answer your question, but can give you a first orientation.
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