The Buick Blackhawk is a 2-plus-2 convertible with a retractable top, a classic 1939 Buick grille and sheetmetal formed in the body styling tradition of '41 and '48 Roadmasters — all of which is modified. Add black cherry paint, doors without handles and hidden headlamps and the end result is a streamlined retro cruiser show car — built on Buick heritage. But don't be fooled, say the folks at Buick, the Blackhawk is meant to be driven, not towed. With a 1970-vintage big-block 455-cu.-in. ...

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