The 1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera - Model 75R - is a magnificent performer with exclusive possession of Flight Pitch Dynaflow in this price range - the B-58 Roadmaster 75 embodies outstanding advances that measurably raise the rewards of fine-car ownership. The B-58 Roadmaster 75 - a standard-length motorcar of absolute luxury, not only in the richness of its interiors, but in the surpassing excellence of its performance, powered handling, Miracle Ride, and fine-car equipment - assumes a position of positive leadership among America's finest cars.
1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Equipment
Not many cars of the day provided more luxury than the 1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera. And with the long list of optional equipment and accessories, it could be one of the finest cars on the road in 1958!
The 1958 Buick Flight Pitch Dynaflow Transmission tailors performance to engine power and steps up efficiency with a new third turbine. Read more!
1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Colors
Buick color stylists have created a selection of 17 colors – including the new Lucide paints – that enhance the joy in owning an Air Born B-5B Buick. Two-Tone Paint (at extra cost) was avabilable in all body styles and all series. Note: Color accuracy varies by computer/device settings and depends on the actual light.
(See complete 1958 Buick color chart for Duco Paint numbers.)
1958 Buick – The Face of Fashion Hometown Buick
1958 Buick Videos
Buick produced awesome TV commercials for 1958. One introduced the Airborn B58 Buick with cars driving out-of airplanes. To train dealers and salesmen, Buick carried over their DOT (Dealer Training Organisation) program and released a couple of slidefilms.
Any 1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera is a rare find. Not many have survived. It is unknown – until now – if certain equipment was popular or not. Hometown Buick has created the 1958 Buick registry to answer these questions. Register your 1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera and help us restoring 1958 Buick history!
Do you want to buy or sell a 1958 Buick Roadmaster Riviera? Check the price level before that! 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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