About Buick Roadmaster Wagon
"Here I am, on the road again," you sing, striking up a duet with Willie Nelson as you head off in your Buick Roadmaster wagon. The Roadmaster enjoys one of the longest and most successful histories in American car production. Its origins date back to the early 1930s, when Buick introduced an upscale, five-passenger sedan to accommodate the need for increasingly larger and more adventurous American families. The Buick Roadmaster wagon joined the fleet in the mid-1950s. It features a five-door layout, with a long roof that extends over the back end and tapers to a rounding finish by the back windshield. The trunk in the wagon features a closed design, leaving plenty of room for packing bags and suitcases. Older versions, such as the 1957 Buick Roadmaster, feature rear-facing jump seats, which fold down to increase space when needed. This car, like many automobiles, enjoyed revisions and amendments through the ages. A more recent version, such as the 1996 Buick Roadmaster, features both manual and automatic transmission options. These wagons come in several trims, with high-end editions receiving powerful 5.7-liter, V8 engines. Thanks to the large inventory on eBay, you can search for these cars and their accessories, narrowing your search by parameters such as model year and price.