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1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible (Charlie Babbitt’s) Yellow with Red Interior “Rain Man” (1988) Movie 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Greenlight

$83.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible (Charlie Babbitt's) Yellow with Red Interior "Rain Man" (1988) Movie die cast model car by Greenlight.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Authentic decoration.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Opening hood, doors and trunk.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-11.75, W-4.25, H-3.25 inches.

1961 Buick Electra Dublin Green Metallic with Vinyl Green Top Limited Edition to 250 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1961 Buick Electra Dublin Green Metallic with Vinyl Green Top Limited Edition to 250 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Electra 225 Riviera was the top-line model and it shared its six window hardtop roofline exclusively with Cadillac (which offered it on all of its models). Buick first applied the "Riviera" name to a premium trimmed 2-door Roadmaster hardtop in the middle of the 1949 model year, and thereafter denoted all Buick hardtops Rivieras. Also, from 1950 through 1953, Buick made a premium trimmed, stretched wheelbase sedan, exclusively in the Roadmaster and Super lines, that was called Riviera. But 1959 was the first year that not all Buick hardtops were called Rivieras. A standard 4-window four-door hardtop was also available, as was a 4-door 6-window pillared sedan, along with a stripped chassis of which 144 were built in 1959 and 1960. The two-door convertible was only available as an Electra 225, and the 2-door hardtop as an Electra. The Electra, along with all other 1959 Buicks, featured all new styling not shared with other GM divisions that included slanted headlights in front along with a highly chromed square grille somewhat similar to the 1958 Buick and "Delta-Fins" back along with round taillights. The "slanted" headlights were also shared with the 1958-60 Lincoln Continental. Exterior distinction from other Buicks came from extra-wide moldings, with a massive Electra emblem on the front fender extension.

1961 Buick Electra Laguna Blue Metallic with Vinyl Blue Top Limited Edition to 250 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1961 Buick Electra Laguna Blue Metallic with Vinyl Blue Top Limited Edition to 250 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The Electra 225 Riviera was the top-line model and it shared its six window hardtop roofline exclusively with Cadillac (which offered it on all of its models). Buick first applied the "Riviera" name to a premium trimmed 2-door Roadmaster hardtop in the middle of the 1949 model year, and thereafter denoted all Buick hardtops Rivieras. Also, from 1950 through 1953, Buick made a premium trimmed, stretched wheelbase sedan, exclusively in the Roadmaster and Super lines, that was called Riviera. But 1959 was the first year that not all Buick hardtops were called Rivieras. A standard 4-window four-door hardtop was also available, as was a 4-door 6-window pillared sedan, along with a stripped chassis of which 144 were built in 1959 and 1960. The two-door convertible was only available as an Electra 225, and the 2-door hardtop as an Electra. The Electra, along with all other 1959 Buicks, featured all new styling not shared with other GM divisions that included slanted headlights in front along with a highly chromed square grille somewhat similar to the 1958 Buick and "Delta-Fins" back along with round taillights. The "slanted" headlights were also shared with the 1958-60 Lincoln Continental. Exterior distinction from other Buicks came from extra-wide moldings, with a massive Electra emblem on the front fender extension.

1963 Buick Riviera Burgundy Metallic Limited Edition to 240 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$87.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1963 Buick Riviera Burgundy Metallic Limited Edition to 240 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-4.75, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The name Riviera, Latin for coastline, was chosen to evoke the allure and affluence of the French Riviera. It first entered the Buick line in 1949, as the designation for the new two-door pillarless hardtop, described in advertising as "stunningly smart". The Buick Roadmaster Riviera coupe (along with the Cadillac Coupe de Ville and Oldsmobile 98 Holiday coupe) constituted the first mass production use of this body style, which was to become extremely popular over the next 30 years. Buick added a two-door Riviera hardtop to the Super the following year, the Special in 1951 and the Century upon its return, after a 12-year absence, in 1954.

1963 Buick Riviera Light Teal Mist Metallic Limited Edition to 250 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1963 Buick Riviera Light Teal Mist Metallic Limited Edition to 250 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-4.75, W-1.75, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • The name Riviera, Latin for coastline, was chosen to evoke the allure and affluence of the French Riviera. It first entered the Buick line in 1949, as the designation for the new two-door pillarless hardtop, described in advertising as "stunningly smart". The Buick Roadmaster Riviera coupe (along with the Cadillac Coupe de Ville and Oldsmobile 98 Holiday coupe) constituted the first mass production use of this body style, which was to become extremely popular over the next 30 years. Buick added a two-door Riviera hardtop to the Super the following year, the Special in 1951 and the Century upon its return, after a 12-year absence, in 1954.

1974 Buick Century Ginger Brown Metallic Limited Edition to 220 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$93.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1974 Buick Century Ginger Brown Metallic Limited Edition to 220 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5 inches long.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.

Buick is one of the oldest automobile brands in the world and the oldest in the United States.The first two Buick automobiles were made in 1899 and 1900 at the "Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company" by chief-engineer Walter Marr, but company owner David Dunbar Buick was reluctant to begin making automobiles, being satisfied with stationary and marine engine production, so Marr left Buick in 1901 to found his own automobile company under his own name. His replacement was Eugene Richard, who applied for a patent in 1902 for Marr's valve-in-head (overhead valve) engine, which patent, number 771,095, was awarded to Richard in the name of Buick in 1904. 1940 saw the first use of the "Estate" designation for Buick on the Super station wagon. Due to World War II, automobile production stopped in 1942. 1953 marked Buick's 50th anniversary as well as the introductions of the Buick V8 engine and the Roadmaster Skylark. In 1955, Buick had its best model year sales to date with 738,814 vehicles sold; a record that would hold until 1977. The 1970s saw a number of new models added to the Buick lineup including the Estate Wagon as its own model in 1970, Centurion in 1971, Apollo in 1973, and Skyhawkin 1975. 1975 also saw the first appearance of the "Park Avenue" nameplate for Buick as a trim/option package on the Electra 225 Limited. A Buick Century paced the Indianapolis 500 race not once but twice in the mid 1970s. For 1976, Buick began selling rebadged Isuzu Geminis as Opels to replace the Opel Kadett models it had previously marketed. The following year, Electra 225 and LeSabre were redesigned and downsized and the Buick brand saw its best model year sales to date with 773,313 vehicles sold. 1978 marked Buick's 75th anniversary and welcomed a redesigned Century as well as a redesigned Regal coupe which was now available with a turbocharged V6 engine. Buick model year sales broke another record in 1978 with 795,316 vehicles sold. For 1979, the Riviera was redesigned; Riviera S-Type was named Motor Trend Car of the Year.

1974 Buick Century Nutmeg Brown Metallic Limited Edition to 240 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$93.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1974 Buick Century Nutmeg Brown Metallic Limited Edition to 240 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5 inches long.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.

Buick is one of the oldest automobile brands in the world and the oldest in the United States.The first two Buick automobiles were made in 1899 and 1900 at the "Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company" by chief-engineer Walter Marr, but company owner David Dunbar Buick was reluctant to begin making automobiles, being satisfied with stationary and marine engine production, so Marr left Buick in 1901 to found his own automobile company under his own name. His replacement was Eugene Richard, who applied for a patent in 1902 for Marr's valve-in-head (overhead valve) engine, which patent, number 771,095, was awarded to Richard in the name of Buick in 1904. 1940 saw the first use of the "Estate" designation for Buick on the Super station wagon. Due to World War II, automobile production stopped in 1942. 1953 marked Buick's 50th anniversary as well as the introductions of the Buick V8 engine and the Roadmaster Skylark. In 1955, Buick had its best model year sales to date with 738,814 vehicles sold; a record that would hold until 1977. The 1970s saw a number of new models added to the Buick lineup including the Estate Wagon as its own model in 1970, Centurion in 1971, Apollo in 1973, and Skyhawkin 1975. 1975 also saw the first appearance of the "Park Avenue" nameplate for Buick as a trim/option package on the Electra 225 Limited. A Buick Century paced the Indianapolis 500 race not once but twice in the mid 1970s. For 1976, Buick began selling rebadged Isuzu Geminis as Opels to replace the Opel Kadett models it had previously marketed. The following year, Electra 225 and LeSabre were redesigned and downsized and the Buick brand saw its best model year sales to date with 773,313 vehicles sold. 1978 marked Buick's 75th anniversary and welcomed a redesigned Century as well as a redesigned Regal coupe which was now available with a turbocharged V6 engine. Buick model year sales broke another record in 1978 with 795,316 vehicles sold. For 1979, the Riviera was redesigned; Riviera S-Type was named Motor Trend Car of the Year.