1949 Buick Roadmaster Touring Sedan 320 CI Fireball 8 engine


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320 CI Fireball 8 engine
Hydraulic lifters
Downdraft carburetor
Dynaflow automatic transmission
Semi-floating rear axle
Hydraulic drum brakes
Black with Gray interior
Sun visor
Gunsight hood ornament
Sonomatic AM radio with antenna
Fender-mounted horns
Buick-script wheel covers
Wide Whitewall tires
The 320 CI Fireball Dynaflash Eight was good for 150 HP in Roadmaster trim with a Duomatic spark ignition, 2-barrel downdraft carburetor and hydraulic lifters. Proven tough in the World War II Buick-built M18 Hellcat tank destroyer, the groundbreaking Dynaflow drive transmission used a five-element torque converter and a planetary gear set for automatic shifts. Four-corner coil springs in an X-type perimeter frame with a semi-floating rear axle and hydraulic drum brakes work together for Roadmaster-level ride and handling. A sun visor tops the black-finished body accented with polished and chrome trim. Four-across Ventiports distinguished the Roadmaster from its three-Ventiport fleet mates, and skirted rear wheelhouses with flared tail lamps lent the Buick factory-custom style. Wide-swinging doors open to a gray interior well appointed with matchless materials and soft-spring seats. The steering wheel proudly wears a Dynaflow medallion over Buick Pilot-Centered instrumentation and a dash outfitted with the optional Sonomatic pushbutton AM radio that pulls entertainment into the cabin with an external antenna. Front-fender top parking lamps are a nod to prewar Buick styling, and a quartet of fender-mounted horns let everyone know that the Roadmaster and The King were on the move. The famous Buick gunsight hood ornament and grille guard guide the way for the high-performance luxury touring sedan that rolls on wide steel wheels and wide whitewall tires regally dressed with Buick-script chrome wheel covers.
1949 Buick Roadmaster Touring Sedan 320 CI Fireball 8 engine
$ 12,000.00
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320 CI Fireball 8 engine
Hydraulic lifters
Downdraft carburetor
Dynaflow automatic transmission
Semi-floating rear axle
Hydraulic drum brakes
Black with Gray interior
Sun visor
Gunsight hood ornament
Sonomatic AM radio with antenna
Fender-mounted horns
Buick-script wheel covers
Wide Whitewall tires
The 320 CI Fireball Dynaflash Eight was good for 150 HP in Roadmaster trim with a Duomatic spark ignition, 2-barrel downdraft carburetor and hydraulic lifters. Proven tough in the World War II Buick-built M18 Hellcat tank destroyer, the groundbreaking Dynaflow drive transmission used a five-element torque converter and a planetary gear set for automatic shifts. Four-corner coil springs in an X-type perimeter frame with a semi-floating rear axle and hydraulic drum brakes work together for Roadmaster-level ride and handling. A sun visor tops the black-finished body accented with polished and chrome trim. Four-across Ventiports distinguished the Roadmaster from its three-Ventiport fleet mates, and skirted rear wheelhouses with flared tail lamps lent the Buick factory-custom style. Wide-swinging doors open to a gray interior well appointed with matchless materials and soft-spring seats. The steering wheel proudly wears a Dynaflow medallion over Buick Pilot-Centered instrumentation and a dash outfitted with the optional Sonomatic pushbutton AM radio that pulls entertainment into the cabin with an external antenna. Front-fender top parking lamps are a nod to prewar Buick styling, and a quartet of fender-mounted horns let everyone know that the Roadmaster and The King were on the move. The famous Buick gunsight hood ornament and grille guard guide the way for the high-performance luxury touring sedan that rolls on wide steel wheels and wide whitewall tires regally dressed with Buick-script chrome wheel covers.

Additional information

Make: Buick
Model: Roadmaster Touring
Type: Sedan
Year: 1949
Doors: 2
Mileage: 32451
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Gray
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: 15233666
United States, Ohio, Akron
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