The 1957 Buick Special Riviera Estate Wagon (Model 49D) combines the most popular features of the year- low-silhouette styling, Riviera design, Estate Wagon practicality, and big V-8 performance.
You can't tell by its smart new looks, but here is Buick's lowest priced 1957 Buick Special Estate Wagon (Model 49). You have a wider choice than ever of colorful new interior trims, plus many other interior options. Along with this, there is 250 horsepower with the option of Variable Pitch Dynaflow at modest extra cost. Buick's roomy new Estate Wagons are built for practicality as well as comfort and beauty. Fold the rear seats down and you have a long, level 101.9 inches of cargo space.
For sheer thrill in convertible driving, here's the low-swept 1957 Buick Special Convertible (Model 46C) combining snappiest styling with great new Buick performance. Adding still further to its new smartness is a wide selection of bright, all-Cordaveen interior trims with lops in colors to match.
A bright new day of driving awaits the owner of the 1957 Buick Special Riviera (Model 46R), an unbealable hardtop value for the budget minded. Standard equipment includes such Buick bonus features as direction signals, full-flow oil filter, heavy-duty air cleaner, vacuum booster pump, automatic choke, and trip mileage recorder.
Fresh, new styling brings forth new beauty in this fair Special -and at prices that will take your breath. Buick's 1957 Buick Special Riviera Sedan (Model 43), brings to you smart, low silhouette styling, with four-door sedan roominess.