A new luxury car making its debut: Roadmaster 75 (1957)

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Ready for you now: A new opulence in fine-car appointment

We show you here the interior of a new luxury car making its debut this month — Roadmaster 75. The fabric that covers its sculptured seats has an exclusive glove finish. Each seat back is topped in soft, supple, hand-buffed leather.

The carpeting yields to your step with a new gentleness. Nearly an inch of foam cushion is beneath it.

The new instrument panel is chromed from side to side. The doors are softly upholstered right up to the windows. And there are new contoured integral armrests on all doors.

But there is more here than a new richness to interior. There’s a new grace in the way Roadmaster 75 handles and rides and responds — a new brilliance to its power — a new pace and smoothness to its Dynaflow.

There’s even a new kind of braking luxury. For here you find new air-cooled aluminum front brakes — with all the advantages of aluminum’s better cooling — with extra smoothness in stopping, too.

Your Buick dealer will be happy to make your introduction to Roadmaster 75. Call him this week. Buick Division of General Motors.

When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them.

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