1954 Buick Roadmaster
322 cid, V-8, 200 bhp

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The greatest Buicks in 50 years is how GM promoted the 1954 line. From the beautiful
panoramic wrap-around windshield to the mini-finned rear fenders featuring twin tail
lights, the styling of the 1954 Buick was all new. The Roadmaster shared the Cadillac’s
C-body, with a longer deck and a shorter lower hood.

The four vent ports on each fender and the inverted-U grilles with fine vertical bars were
all Buick. 20,404 were built at a base price of $3,521.

A 322 ci, 200 bhp V -8 engine powered this newly designed Buick. It featured a
DynaFlow automatic transmission, a power top, power steering, power brakes, and
power windows all as standard equipment.

Remember as the ad says: When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them.


  • A V-8 engine replaced the I-8 in 1953
  • Buick was now number three in the American market for 1954
  • First year for GM panoramic wrap-around windshield
  • Price new: $3,521