The 1952 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon (Model 79R) - a highly versatile six-passenger car at ease with play clothes, at home with strictly formal attire. Handsome and four-door handy - the ideal town and country car.
The 1952 Buick Roadmaster Convertible (Model 76C) - this is the most spirited of the master Buicks in looks and line-the one that makes the most of any season, any weather. Hydraulic controls position the top, the windows and even adjust the front seat.
The 1952 Buick Roadmaster Sedan (Model 72R) - here is the most lordly, most spacious of Buick's six-passenger sedans. Regal in size and distinguished bearing, this four-door traveller is magnificently powered, masterful of ride and superbly light to handle. Note the impressive styling of sweepspear fender trim and chrome panels, the four-port markings, the silvery dress of extra side windows.
The 1952 Buick Roadmaster Riviera (Model 76R) - smartly combining the verve of a Convertible with the snug comfort of a steel-topped Sedan. Luxury abounds in this six-passenger beauty -from superb fabrics and gleaming chrome crossbows to hydraulic control of windows and front-seat adjustment.