Just like the Fleetwood, aside from it being 10 inches shorter and 200 lbs lighter. The Fleetwoods had a digital dash, the Roadmasters have an analog dash...the seats are a little bit different, and the FWB has an additional five inches of rear seat legroom, which is a *huge* amount. And obviously the FWB is gonna have some things, both standard and optional, that the RM does not. But the R/M is 80% of the Fleetwood at 50% of the cost.
I had a '95 Roadmaster for eight months back in 2004, it was my first car. I loved how fast, reliable, simple and durable it was, but didn't like the overall build quality, handling and the size could get a bit tedious for me.