Convertible Tops & Accessories >> Buick

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1937 and 1938 Buick Special 46C Phaeton 4 Door Convertible 1939 and 1940 Buick Century 66C & Special 46C 2 Door Convertible
1940 Buick Century Phaeton 61C & Limited Phaeton 81C 4 Door Convertible 1940 Buick Roadmaster 76C & Super 56C 2 Door Convertible
1941 Buick Roadmaster 76C & Super 56C 2 Door Convertible 1941 Buick Roadmaster Phaeton & Super Phaeton 4 Door Convertible
1941 Buick Special 44C & Series A 1942 & 1946 thru 1948 Buick Roadmaster 76C & Super 56C
1949 Buick Roadmaster 76C & Super 56C 1950 thru 1952 Buick Roadmaster 76c & Super 56c
1951 and 1952 Buick Special Deluxe 46c 1953 Buick Roadmaster 76c, Skylark & Super 56c
1953 Buick Special 46c 1954 thru 1956 Buick Century 66c, Skylark & Special 46c
1954 thru 1956 Buick Roadmaster 76c & Super 56c 1957 and 1958 Buick Century 66c & Special 46c
1957 and 1958 Buick Roadmaster 70c, 75c, 76c & Super 56c 1959 and 1960 Buick Electra, Invicta & Lesabre
1961 thru 1964 Buick Electra & Electra 225 1961 thru 1964 Buick Invicta, Lesabre & Wildcat
1962 and 1963 Buick Gran Sport (GS), Skylark & Special 1964 and 1965 Buick Gran Sport (GS), Skylark & Special
1965 thru 1970 Buick Electra, Electra 225 1965 thru 1970 Buick Lesabre & Wildcat
1966 thru 1967 Buick Gran Sport (GS), Skylark & Special 1968 thru 1972 Buick Gran Sport (GS-GS400-GS455) & Skylark
1971 thru 1976 Buick Centurion & Lesabre 1982 thru 1986 Buick Riviera (ASC Conversion)
1986 thru 1989 Buick Park Avenue (Car Craft or H & E Conversion) 1990 and 1991 Buick Reatta (ASC Conversion)

GM’s luxury car brand is sold around the world, and is the oldest American car brand currently active on the market. Founded in 1899, some of the earliest models featured the Buick convertible top. Currently, over a third of Buick models are sold to customers in China, making it Buick’s largest market by far, as well as the most popular car brand in the country.

Several of Buick’s canonical features over the years have included Ventiports (a series of round holes behind the front wheels that simulated the design of a fighter jet) and the Sweepspear (a curved line that ran from the front of the car to the rear wheel wells). 1950s era Buick soft tops featured remarkable fins, so large that they blocked the driver’s vision and made it difficult to park.

Replacement Buick convertible tops are available for all generations of Buick soft tops, from the early Phaeton models to later Buick Park Avenue, LeSabre, and Reatta soft tops.