Thrillingly beautiful-mightily powered-wonderfully handy-and priced for the thrifty is the1956 Buick Special Estate Wagon (Model 49). There's 79.8 cubic feet of load space here - 94.4 inches depth with tail gate dropped. You can also order a rear seat which folds away by one-third or two-third sections for greater load capacity while carrying rear seat passengers.
In the 1956 Buick Special Convertible (Model 46C), you enjoy a brand-new experience in big car ride. A ride oil-cushioned with Buick's new direct-acting rear shock absorbers - made even easier handling with Buick's new steering linkage - made even safer with bigger brakes, a more rugged frame, a stronger rear axle assembly.
The 1956 Buick Special Riviera (Model 46R) is beautifully big in style with all the 1956 Buick glamour notes of flying V grille - rakish rear fenders - new instrument panel - 3 rich choices of interiors. And it's tremendously big in performance - with 220 horsepower ready and waiting to serve you from a new larger engine.
This is Buick's lowest-priced car - the 1956 Buick Special 2-door Sedan (Model 48). It's sweep-ahead styled, 6-passenger-big, with 220 of Buick's finest horsepower. And equipped - as all Buicks are - with such wanted features as StepOn Parking Brake, front and rear direction signals, heavy insulation against heat and sound, trip mileage indicator, Redliner Speedometer and more.
To the impressive list of extras you get at no extra cost in the 1956 Buick Special Sedan (Model 41), you may add your choice of Buick's many fine options, such as Variable Pitch Dynaflow, Power Brakes, improved Safety Power Steering and Buick's new 4-Season Airconditioner.