In the prior listing, a non-compliant ebay member submitted the winning bid and subsequently cancelled.
A nicely restored Roadmaster that can be driven anywhere. It shows 50,683 miles which could be original as the steering is tight for a car of this era, and it drives well. Over the years, the car had to be stored indoors as rust was never an issue. It will hold a magnet on any panel, and the fit of the panels are excellent with relatively consistent gaps throughout. The black paint has a couple of nicks, but had to be sprayed by a professional as it is straight when you look down the sides of the car. There are no waves here. The wheel wells are very clean.
The prior owner changed the color of the roof from white to silver with the intention of having the car look like a 57 Fleetwood. While not original to the car, it is period correct.
Mechanically, the car is reliable and the picture of the gauges was taken while the car was moving.
Please note that in New York, the state did not issue titles for cars 1973 and older. The state issued document is a transferable registration that is signed by the buyer and the seller. Unlike a title, there is an expiration date on the registration. The registration for this car is current.

Used Year: 1958
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 7E104227 Mileage: 50,683
Transmission: Automatic Make: Buick
Body Type: Coupe Model: Roadmaster
Vehicle Title: Clear Engine: 364-4 bbl
Power Options: Power Windows Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Black For Sale By: Private Seller
Interior Color: Black Drive Side: Left-hand drive