The 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon (Model 79R) - for casual hour or more formal occasions. A double-duty beauty with all the comfort of a fine sedan, all the usable room of a truly suburban motorcar.
1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Equipment
The 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon was one the most sophisticated Estate Wagons of its day. Many high-class options were standard – like the Dynaflow automatic transmission.
1951 Buick Selectronic Radio Tuning brings in as many of the available stations as you want-or as few as you choose. Read more!
1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Colors
Buyers of the 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon had the choice between 15 base colors. They could be used as solid or two-tone color. In this case, the roof could be painted differently. Note: Color accuracy varies by computer/device settings and depends on the actual light.
(See complete 1951 Buick color chart for Duco Paint numbers.)
Sky Grey (with Verde Green, Olympic Blue, Victoria Maroon, Sharon Green, Cloudmist Grey, Calumet Green, Venetian Blue or Galena Blue)
Calumet Green (with Glenn Green)
1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Interior Trim Combinations
Seat Material: Blue Cordaveen
Bolster Material: Blue Cordaveen
Seat Material: Green Cordaveen
Bolster Material: Green Cordaveen
Seat Material: Red Cordaveen
Bolster Material: Red Cordaveen
Seat Material: Black Cordaveen
Bolster Material: Black Cordaveen
Seat Material: Tan Cordaveen
Bolster Material: Tan Cordaveen
Cordaveen was the preferred material for the model 79R. It was available in five different colors; all interior trim combinations were standard at no extra cost.
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Literature covering the 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon
If you own a 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon, there are a fiew publications that help you to maintain your beloved Buick. Hometown Buick has bought, scanned and prepared most of them to grant you online access – most parts are for free!
For 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Owners and Enthusiasts
1951 Buick Body Tag
For restauration or more information about your 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon, there is a good source: the Body Tag. It provides info about the original paint job, chosen trim option, accessories and (up to a certain point) the time of assembly. Find out more about your Buick and decode your cars Body Tag now!
Unfortunalty there is no official source that provides plant/production statistics. So its almost impossible to say if the options of your Buick were rare or not. Hometown Buick wants to rebuild Buicks history and has set up the 1951 Buick Registry. Support us to support the community by submitting your car data today!
With the literature collected by Hometown Buick, it is possible to go back in time. Imagine you’d live in 1951 and step into the Buick showroom. Here is your chance to pick your personal Buick and built it just the way you like it. Enjoy the 1951 Buick Configurator!
You have a 1951 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon in mind? Be aware of the prices before you buy. There is no perfect way to estimate a car value – but we’d like to give you a first orientation. The actual price depends on several parameters like condition, location and authenticity.
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