There are a lot of people who say that John DeLorean invented the muscle car with the GTO. But looking back a little farther, what would you call an intermediate-sized car with the biggest engine, factory dual carburetors, 3.90 gears, and a ram air intake, all wrapped in a cool two door convertible body? If that isnt a muscle car, I dont know what is, and all of that perfectly describes the 1941 Buick Roadmaster. This 41 Roadmaster convertible coupe, model number 76C, has received a frame-off restoration by noted 1940-41 Buick expert, Doug Seybold. Sequoia Cream was actually a 1940 color and not on the official color charts in 1941, but at that time, you could get any color in the GM catalog on your new Buick for a small extra charge, so Sequoia Cream is technically correct. The bodywork has been done to show standards, and this car has already won top awards from the BCA and AACA. Chrome and stainless has been completely refinished and remains in show condition.