This 1956 unrestored Roadmaster is an ORIGINAL CAR and other than a new top, has had no repairs, chrome or body work or painting. The car was purchased new in 1956 for $3480 from the Wilbur L. Coy Buick Company in Salem, Ohio by John A. Perry, who owned two filling stations in the area. Interesting is that in 1956 Richard Coy worked for his uncle at his uncle’s Buick Dealership when the car was sold new, and Coy actually prepared the car for the new owner. The car was carefully maintained for the first 30 years of its life by Perry, and in 1986 was sold to the second owner (Richard Coy) who truly babied the car ever since.
This car has never been driven in inclement weather, and the interior red leather seats & carpet are still like new. The inside of the trunk is as new and has the original jack & lug wrench. The only non-original thing on this car is a new convertible top, as the stitching on the original top had deteriorated. We proudly display the finest unrestored ‘56 Buick convertible in the world.