Buick first launched its Roadmaster package in 1936, a time when the Plymouth Custom Street Rod and the Lincoln Limousine ruled the road. Roadmasters, until 1958, were built on the longest non-limousine wheelbase, and had structures similar to entry-level Cadillacs. The vehicles soon gained attention, with the Roadmasters built between 1946 and 1957 enjoying the limelight. Today, these classics demand top dollars at auto auctions in Arizona, Florida, Texas, and several other places. Let’s have a look at four of the best Roadmasters produced between 1936 and 1953.