Neo - Buick Roadmaster 79 Woodie Estate 1:43 model
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Buick Roadmaster 79 Woodie Estate Wagon 1947 Although Buick had been offering station wagons on much of their range since 1940, the top of the line Roadmaster only became available in this format in 1947 and for that model year it was the most expensive machine in the catalogue. Only 300 or so were built and the model appears to be based on one of four known survivors. Itís a very sleek design and the wooden sections of the bodywork are neatly reproduced with realistic looking woodgrain decal on the model which contrasts smartly with the paint. The small detailing on our sample is all neatly fitted and this will make another unusual addition to many collections.
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Buick Roadmaster 79 Woodie Estate model by Neo
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