The 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Estate Wagon (Model 79R) - sweepspear-styled slick-change artist for any occasion, from hunting trips to high social functions. A handsome, husky, hard worker that changes at the drop of a top hat into a formal six-passenger Sedan.
If a car is more than a means of going places for you - if you like to turn heads as you travel - Buick designed the 1950 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon (Model 79) for you. Superb smartness in an eye-striking combination of mahogany veneers and stout metal. The car that makes doormen snap to attention.
Swing in behind the wheel of this blithe and breezy beauty - the 1950 Buick Roadmaster Jetback Sedanet (Model 76S), and let it sing you a spring song like none you ever knew. Open it wide from windshield to deck light, and let wood winds whisper soft refrains you've waited all winter to hear. Then tap that treadle and hear the deep bass thrum of Fireball power that's eager for hill and highway. For this is the Roadmaster that carries the spirit of spring through all the seasons.
The 1950 Buick Roadmaster Deluxe Riviera (Model 76R) - the last word for those to whom smartness comes first. If you're wild about the convertible look but prefer a solid top - if you want the finest in interior finishes, with such luxury details as hydraulic push-button controls for windows and front seat - this beautifully finished Riviera is your car.
The 1950 Buick Roadmaster Convertible (Model 76C) - here's automatic elegance for any weather, any time. Push-button hydraulic controls for all windows, the top, even front seat adjustment. Rich leather interiors defy weather, beautify the model.
The 1950 Buick Roadmaster Riviera (Model 75R) - brilliant companion to the extra-luxurious Model 76R, this standard-finish beauty brings you all the dash and daring of Roadmaster Riviera styling with price economy. Windows are raised and lowered by hand controls, and sedan trim is used on interiors.
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.
You know from your first look at the new 1950 Buick Roadmaster Sedan (Model 72) is automotive styling at its peak - that here is truly modern car fashion as beautiful as it is typically Buick. Yes, that full taper-thru of the fenders that is distinctively Buick is back again-but in new and ultramodern dress.
All you could ask of a truly fine automobile you get without stint in this suave and strapping beauty - the 1950 Buick Roadmaster Touring Sedan - Model 71. Impressive bearing is part of this great Buick. And spirited distinction in styling. And sheer luxury, roominess and interior finish. And even in the field of fine performance its 152-hp Fireball engine makes you master of the road in soaring brilliance and supple action -in the liquid smoothness of Roadmaster's Dynaflow mobility, and the soft gentleness of its all-coil-spring ride. There is still another quality here quickly appreciated by the discerning fine-car purchaser - solid merit. For in the field of top-level motorcars, Roadmaster stands unsurpassed in value - sells at the lowest price per pound of any automobile in its class. And men who know cars will tell you there is no truer indication of sound merit than that.