1956 Buick Riviera

1956 Buick Riviera is a very special type of car. It was produced 4,354 pieces which was less than 1% of the total production of Buick cars. It had 322 cubic-inch V8 engine which could produce 255 horsepower, and could accelerate up to 110 mph. When found, the Odometer read 30,600 miles. But the good news is that paint, chrome, and interior remained original. It could accelerate from 0 to 60 miles within 11.7 seconds.

The name “Roadmaster” was first used in 1936. In fact, it was a special event to celebrate their engineering improvements and advancements. Only 1956 Buick Riviera series 80 was known as Rooadmaster. It is also believed that out of all Roadmasters, the cars which were built from 1946 to 1957 were the best cars Buick ever produced in its factory.

This 1956 Buick Riviera model reappeared in 1991 and the manufacturer kept producing it until 1996. Also, Sedan model was produced in 1992.

Specifications: The engine of this 1956 Buick Riviera is located at the front side of the car. It is a rear wheel powered car. The price ranges 3,500 dollars to 3700 dollars. It weighs 4,240 lbs or 1,923.232 kg. You will be amazed to know that total Buick production was 572,024 pieces. No doubt it is a very big amount. Total convertible coupe was produced 4,354 pieces. HardTops were produced 24,770 pieces, Hardtop Coupes were produced 12,490 pieces, and total Sedans were produced 11,804 pieces.

Sales: According to 16 Auctions, the average sale of 1956 Buick Riviera is 40,135 dollars, the lowest is 4,200 dollars and the highest is 99,000 dollars. Also, analyzing the sales pattern, we can understand that 2002 was the worst year for this car. But fortunately, sales improved. 2006 and 2008 were the best in terms of the sales of the car.

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