A bulls-eye winner in the smart convertible class for 1953 is the 1953 Buick Super Convertible – Model 56C. Completely new in every respect, the Super convertible has a powerful new V-8 engine and a new Twin Turbine Dynaflow transmission which give it sensational new performance and improved economy. Exterior styling is freshly new from the redesigned front end to the futuristic rear fenders. Power steering and wire wheel covers are available as optional equipment.
1953 Buick Super Convertible Equipment
The 1953 Buick Super Convertible came with the all new 12-Volt System plus new (optional) power systems like Power Brakes, Power Steering and Power Windows. That turned the model 56C into a much more modern car.
Memorabilia for 1953 Buicks is hard to find due to the year being their 50th anniversary. Hometown Buick is proud to have some of rarest memorabilia available – like the Showroom Album, Colors & Fabrics Album, DOT Slidefilms, etc.
For 1953 Buick Super Convertible Owners and Enthusiasts
1953 Buick Body Tag
Are you restoring a 1953 Buick Super Convertible or just want to know how it came from the factory? Just find the body tag – located in the engine compartment – and get all neat information – original paint combination, interior and (in some cases) optional equipment.
Buick does not provide official statistics about how often a 1953 was equipped with a certain option. So its up to the community. We’ve started a 1953 Buick Registry to help you out. Submit your car information to get a better look on 1953 Buicks!
Unfortunately there is no 1953 Buick showroom anymore. But Hometown Buick has created a way to let you build a 1953 Buick or your own. Our 1953 Buick Configurator lets you create your personal car – with all factory options, exterior paints and interior. Start now!
The car hobby is expensive. Before you buy (or sell) a 1953 Buick Super Convertible you need to inform yourself about the right price. Although – there is no right price, everything depends on different parameters, for example condition, location, being the car original or not. A classic car valuation platform can only give a first orientation.
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