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THE CAR AND ITS OWNER 1940 Buick Roadmaster convertible sedan owned by Walt Gosden
WHAT MAKES IT INTERESTING If well-off Americans wanted a 1940 car with understated grace and elegance, they could bypass the flashy Cadillacs or Packards and turn to the mighty Buick Roadmaster. Gosden’s convertible sedan, with its 320-cubic-inch “Fireball” engine and 4,200-lb. heft, marked the second-to-last...Read more »