This Town Car is believed to be unique, the only Roadmaster chassis fitted with Brewster Town Car coachwork in a year when Roadmaster cataloged only two production bodies, sedan and convertible phaeton. Highly original, including most of its exterior paint and the rear compartments upholstery and trim, it has survived in excellent condition. It is an AACA Classic, a CCCA Full Classic, and a Preservation Class winner in CCCA competition and at the Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance. The front compartment upholstery has been replaced, as has the carpet in the rear compartment. Befitting its luxury, it is handsomely outfitted with vanities, assist straps, trunk rack, radio controls in the rear compartment, wide whitewalls, wheel trim rings, jump seats, a sliding glass divider window, a buzzer to alert the chauffeur and dual enclosed sidemounts with mirrors. It is not only a remarkable survivor but also a nearly pristine and very well maintained example of Buick's break-out year and the consummate skill of the coachbuilders, trimmers, and woodworkers at Brewster who created this Buick.