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1972 Buick GS
1939 Buick Century Sport Coupe (66S). The Century was the small GM body with the big (320 ci) Roadmaster engine, an early "muscle car". There were 3,408 produced in 1939 and this one has several options such as the dual side mount spares, sun visor, fog lamps, spot light, and a one year only "stream board" running board. 1939 was the first year for column shift on GM cars, and the first year Buick had turn signals standard, but only on the rear.
1991 Buick Reatta Coupe. The Reatta was made for 4 model years and was the most expensive Buick made in each of those years. The MSRP on the 1988 coupe was $25,000. The cars were fully equipped with only 3 extra cost options. They were one of the first cars with standard ABS brakes. This Black coupe with red leather interior was purchased new by Nicola Bulgari (Italian jeweler) in PA for his use in the US and used sparingly. I purchased it in 2009 from his car collection with just under 17,000 miles. 1991 was the last year for the Reatta with 1214 coupes and 305 convertibles made.
1991 Buick Reatta Coupe. This is one of only 305 Reattas produced. Only 264 made it into the public's hands.