A very straight body clad in black paint shows in good condition

The Roadmaster shared the new General Motors C body, which used closed quarters in sedan roofs and fastback sedanette styling for coupes. For 1949 Buick extended the front fenders and added 4 ventiports per side with series script below. Skirts were standard as were all features found on the Series 50. Dynaflow automatic transmission was now standard. 1949 remains one of the most popular model-years for the Roadmaster and is one of the most significant styling and performance iterations in the brand's long history.This car is a faithfully maintained example hailing from the West. A very straight body clad in black paint shows in good condition. The extensive brightwork presents in similar condition with good patina. Interior is in very good condition with normal wear on floormats. Black vinyl seats have an attractive checker-pattern cloth panel that accents the car with an extra dash of Mid-Century Nostalgia. Motor runs good and overall driving is a pleasure thanks to the Roadmaster's exceptional suspension. Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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  • Heater/Ventilator
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  • Radio
  • Fender Skirts
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