When you see the newest of two-door hardtops, Roadmaster, Model 76A, you'll see why Buick's stylists are so proud of this one. Interiors, are the finest that can be made. Bearing the same ‘dream car’ styling found throughout the line, the 76A combines its new two door appeal with the greatest power plant in Buick's history.
1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Equipment
With the 1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera you are top of the for 1957. It had the biggest body, the biggest engine and the most standard features that were optional on other series.
Air Conditioner Antenna (Manual or Automatic) Easy-Eye Glass Heater & Defroster Power Brakes Power Seats (6-way) Rear View Mirror Sonomatic Radio Two-Tone Paint Three-Tone Paint Wonderbar Radio White Wall Tires
See 1957 Buick Options & Accessories for a full list with original prices.
With 1957 Buick Power Steering you have the natural feel of the wheel at every speed, with maximum power assist when you need it. Read more!
1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Colors
Many people think, the 1957 Buicks are one of the most beautiful cars ever built. One reason for that is definitely the optional Two- or even Three-Tone paint. With 21 basic color choices the year 1957 was one with the most variety.
Note: Color accuracy varies by computer/device settings and depends on the actual light. See complete 1957 Buick color chart for Duco Paint numbers.
For 1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Owners and Enthusiasts
1957 Buick Body Tag
If you love factory originals there is something you should know. The Body Tag on your 1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera carries almost any information you need: Paint, interior and (some) equipment. Decode it now!
Is the Air Conditioner a common option? Were many cars painted in Carlsbad Black? We hope to answer questions like these in the future. Please help us to restore 1957 Buick history and register your 1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera in our 1957 Buick registry!
Are you considerring a 1957 Buick Roadmaster Riviera and would like to know how much its worth? Car prices depend on so many things – car condition, location, how “original” it is, etc. A classic car database can’t answer your question, but can give you a first orientation.
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