The 1951 Buick Roadmaster Convertible (Model 76C) - here is all-weather comfort, all-season smartness - with verve. Spirited styling, a dashing air, hydraulic push-button control of top, windows, and front-seat adjustment-are all in this gayest of the great-hearted Roadmasters.
The 1951 Buick Roadmaster Sedan (Model 72R) - the most lordly of Buick's 4-door sedans in room, size, impressive bearing. Fleet-looking and fleet-footed, with a strapping wheelbase of 130 1/4 inches, yet the feathery handling of a flyrod. Distinguished by tapering sweepspear fender trim and wide chrome panels below windows and doors, by four distinctive ports on front fenders, by the bright expanse of extra side windows.
There is masterful smoothness of the beautiful 1951 Buick Roadmaster Deluxe Riviera - Model 76MR. You'll search in vain among cars of any price for a ride that's leveled by coil springs on all four wheels and a keel-steadying torque-tube drive.
The 1951 Buick Roadmaster Riviera (Model 76R) - the bellwether Roadmaster for those to whom smartness is of prime importance. Its racy convertible style lines are crowned with a solid steel top, styled on the interior with gleaming chrome cross bows. There are smart luxury touches throughout, even to hydraulic push-button controls for windows and front-scat adjustment. Definitely the car for the young in heart.