This beautiful classic 1961 Buick is all original and has been in family since new. Past down through 3 generations, this car has been kept in garage under a car cover for 7 years and has not even seen rain in that time. Has the factory original 445 Wildcat V8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and power windows. This car is in excellant condition inside and out, has new tires, Flawless interior, awesome gloss black paint, all original chrome, and everything in this car works. 64,204 original miles!
1957 Buick Roadmaster - Jay Leno's Garage
The boulevard ride - pure Dynaflow
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1961 Pontiac Bonneville
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Classic 1950s Television Commercial for Buick (Aired 8 December 1953)
"will you repeat that for the west coast please?" A classic, fun, live
television commercial for the 1950s for Buick's range of budget cars. Yes,
there really were more than 12 different brands of cars to choose from in
the USA in 1953. The commercial is somewhat forced, but not too bad. The
commercial shows the preferred idea of 1950s TV in having a small number of
long commercials instead of many short runs. The actual amount of
advertising per an episode in the show this commercial comes from compares
well to Network TV in the USA these days.
Pontiac Trans Am (1407 PS) - GRIP - Folge 115 - RTL2
Der extremste Sportwagen der Welt: der auf 1407 PS aufgemotzte Pontiac
Trans Am des Norwegers Pal Arvid Blyt. Dieser versucht seine
Top-Speed-Bestmarke von 407,134 km/h zu knacken. Schafft er es?
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1984 Buick Electra Park Ave For Sale @ Karconnectioninc.com Miami, Fl
This rare and super clean 1984 Buick Electra Park Avenue. Original
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price of a fully restored car. We will do our best to accurately describe
the car to you. Unless we have some documentation we always sell classic
cars as mileage exempt. That means we do not know the original miles. We
will let you know what the odometer currently reads.
1961 Buick Electra 225 Convertible For Sale
1961 Buick Electra 225 Convertible.
Body on restoration. Very straight rust free body. Body paint, chrome and
stainless is nicer than when it was new. Very rare- top of the line model
original color Arctic White. PPG two-stage paint New white convertible top.
Engine-401 c.i. 325 hp. 3-speed Automatic.
Production : 7158; Wheelbase: 126 inches;
Length: 220 inches ;Weight: 4400 lbs
Power: steering, brakes, windows, seat, top.
Wonderbar radio, speed warning sensor, courtesy lights.
1960-1961 was the only year with the speedometer that reflects onto a tilt
adjustable mirror. The Electra was the only model that came with the
stainless wheel opening moldings, rocker panels that run the full length of
the car and four front fender port holes rather than three like the LaSabre
or the Invicta.
Wheelbase and body on the Electra is longer than any other model. All
chrome redone including grill and all stainless moldings have been polished
and in show condition. New BFG TA radial tires on vintage ET 5-spoke 15x8
1/2 wheels. Not reproductions. Black plate California car. Original owners
manual and sales brochure. Original hubcaps and lots of rare hard-to-find
Very rare car. Not very many left.
Available for $39,000.
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1975 Buick Electra 225 Limited Landau Impala Caprice Chevy Park Avenue ?
Buick Electra 225 Limited Landau... Just like its Relatives in the Chevy
Oldsmobile and Pontiac Brands The Impala, Caprice or Nintey Eight Oh lord
lots of other Classic 70's GM cars and i do like them all . This car could
be a Park Avenue I am not sure and am checking the rear suspension to see
if that helps. it definatly top of its class coupeWhether your a Chevy
Oldsmobile or Pontiac fan You just have to give a hat tip to the biggest
baddest Buick made in this year I think...;-) These are Great cars the
Sedans were the Longest car made I Believe. This car Sports a 455. I do Not
know how to tell If it is the Park Ave I am leaning towards No because of a
consule but cars were ordered every way you could Imagine back in the day
and i just do not know how to tell If it is a Par Ave They only made 35 of
them in this year and i doubt i would sell it. Make sure and check out My
other Videos I have over 625 of them. http://www.1ownercarguy.com and you
can call me anytime 406 544 6919. Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy
1975 brought about changes in all of General Motors C-body cars. In 1975,
all Electra 225 coupes had fixed rear side windows and center posts. 1975
also brought along a newer front end and interior design. Rectangular
headlights became standard on all GM C-body cars, along with many others.
This supposedly would allow engineers to lower the front end to reduce wind
resistance, but this wasn't very apparent with the new design. The Electra
received a new metal "eggcrate" style grille, which covered most of the
front end, and wrapping under the headlights. The grille included running
lights on either side. There was a choice of a base model Electra 225 whose
trim and appointments were upgraded to the same level as the previous
year's Electra 225 Custom and an upscale Limited. The 1975 Electra was also
the longest Buick ever built at 233.4 inches (5,928 mm), which is over 19
feet. These cars dwarfed the newer front-wheel drive Electras and Park
Avenues in sheer size and weight.
Power windows and a power driver's seat became standard on all Electra
models in 1975. Also new to the standard equipment list were radial-ply
tires. The 1975 Electra was one of the first GM vehicles to offer an Air
Cushion Restraint System or "airbag".
Inside, a new flat instrument panel (shared with LeSabre, Estate Wagon and
Riviera) with horizontal sweep speedometer (silver facing with black
lettering) replaced the wrap-around cockpit dash of previous years and door
panel trim was revised. The speedometer was scaled back from 120 to 100 mph
(160 km/h) and kilometer readings were added.
Technical changes for 1975 included the addition of a catalytic converter
and electronic ignition to not only meet the stringent 1975 and later
emission requirements, but also extended routine maintenance intervals, and
improved fuel economy and driveability which was a must in the era
immediately following the 1973--74 energy crisis, but also spelled the end
of dual Exhaust systems and mandated
the use of unleaded gasoline as the converter could be rendered useless if
contaminated with lead. Axle ratios were also numerically lowered to aid in
improving gas mileage. The 455 four-barrel V8, now rated at 205 horsepower (153 kW), was
retained as the standard and only available engine.
Electra Limited Park Avenue
The Park Avenue, originally an interior comfort and appearance package,
gave buyers ultra-luxurious pillow-topped seating, a center console, velour
headliner, thicker carpet, and an upscale door panel design. The Park
Avenue's seats were designed by Flexsteel. This seating design was shared
by the Cadillac Sixty Special with the Talisman (1974--1976) option and
stayed with Park Avenue through the 1980 model year. Many Park Avenues were
built with the full size center console (unlike the Sixty Special's
Talisman's half console), which eliminated the 6th passenger, in the front
middle, between the driver and front passenger. 1975 also offered a more
luxurious Park Avenue Deluxe, which was sold only in 1975, and included
every option available on the Electra (posi-traction, 15" rallye sport
wheels, rear automatic leveling, etc.). The Park Avenue Deluxe was an
expensive option not popular with buyers; only 37 were built. The Park
Avenue would remain as the top level trim package through 1990. In 1991,
the Electra name would be dropped and Park Avenue would replace it as the
flagship Buick sedan.