In his trench coat, running from the Nazi, Rick drives to the airport to help Ilsa and Victor escape. They drive through the darkness in a 1940 Buick. As a final farewell, Rick tells Ilsa "We'll always have Paris." The 1940 Buick Roadmaster is as classic as the film. With a flair for styling and a 320 cubic inch, inline eight engine called the "Fireball," this car is pure golden age elegance. Built on the biggest non-limousine frame available, the true beauty of the Roadmaster was its built-in luxury and comfort. Our '40 Roadmaster shaving soap is created with coconut oil, tallow, soy, and Abyssinian oil. Restored Roadmasters are said to rival modern cars for comfort, and a shave with our soaps will rival any modern shave. The scent is a classic, bright bergamot and citrus, followed by ginger, pepper, sandalwood, and tobacco. Only 529 1940 4 door convertibles were ever made, making the car, the movie, and our soap exceptional.