Buick Roadmaster Cars & Parts For Sale

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Buick Roadmaster Used and New Parts

Buick Roadmaster Air Conditioning & Heat
Buick Roadmaster Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Buick Roadmaster Brakes
Buick Roadmaster Charging and Staring Systems
Buick Roadmaster Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Buick Roadmaster Cooling System
Buick Roadmaster Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Buick Roadmaster Emission System
Buick Roadmaster Engines & Components
Buick Roadmaster Exhaust
Buick Roadmaster Exterior
Buick Roadmaster Filters
Buick Roadmaster Gaskets
Buick Roadmaster Gauges
Buick Roadmaster Glass
Buick Roadmaster Ignition System
Buick Roadmaster Interior
Buick Roadmaster Lighting & Lamps
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Buick Roadmaster Safety & Security
Buick Roadmaster Suspension & Steering
Buick Roadmaster Transmission & Drivetrain
Buick Roadmaster Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Buick Roadmaster Wheels and Tires
Buick Roadmaster Other Parts
Picture of a 1955 Buick Roadmaster classic car
The original Buick Roadmaster began production in 1936 and ended in 1958. It was one of the larger cars built by Buick, and it came in several different body types, including an Estate Wagon Model 79, which included wood-paneled sides.
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The Roadmaster came with a V8, which was pretty much standard for that type of car in those days. The originals cost anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000 during the 1950's, depending on the specific model, and they reached top speeds around 100 mph. There was also a more modern version of the car made during the 1990's. It was a station wagon using the GM B-Body with simulated wood panel sides. It started with a 5.0 L Chevy small block V8, but in 1992 it got a 5.7 L V8. Although they were discontinued in 1996, they are still very popular on the custom car market. You can find both the original and newer versions on the used car market, but you'll be surprised how valuable the newer station wagons are compared to similar vehicles from the early to mid-90's. Used parts are also available online.
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