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Larry Harm.

Good Home Wants to Buy 1949 Roadmaster Convertible

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My wife and I are looking for a restored 1949 Roadmaster convertible, cream, restored and ready for touring. Hyman Ltd had one a number of years ago, does anyone know what became of it?

Happy Motoring, 
Larry

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maybe the Rainman has one for sale................................lol.

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Thanks so much for replying. Yes, I'm afraid we're rather specific on the Sequoia Cream/red interior. There are a decent number out there, they just don't trade hands that often. 

Happy Motoring...

 

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I'm afraid we're rather specific on the Sequoia Cream/red interior. There are a decent number out there, they just don't trade hands that often. 

Do you know how many were built in this color ?

Was Sequoia Cream only used in 49 or other years ?

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To my knowledge, the name SEQUOIA CREAM was used by Buick from 1936 thru 1953. however, the shades of this color changed slightly over these years.

My '41 Super, with the dark red leather.

Jerry

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That's a beauty.  Not sure of the year range for the cream, but certainly a good number were made in that shade. Good question to spur some research. 

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