Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Is this a cool family classic? The best vehicle to haul the other toys? A great head-turner for an affordable price? The answer to all of that is "yes." That's because this 1992 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon has that classic wagon look, but the eight-person loaded interior and fuel-injected V8 remind you it's exceptionally useful, too.
This is the last of the big American luxury cars; this is the last generation Roadmaster. Like the name sounds, this one is meant to own the asphalt. But while it's substantial in size, it also has a graceful look with a gently sloping hood and a bright trim line that encircles the entire body. The name of the factory-correct paint is Light Driftwood, which seems like a perfect pairing for a wagon that has classic wood-like paneling. It all looks good with far less signs of use you'd expect on the family wagon. It signals this wagon has led a well-respected life so far. In fact, these were usually bought to be the family's daily hauler and road trim machine, and so it makes it rare to find this one that has only averaged about 3k miles annually. And while this one certainly will remind you of the days when you were a passenger in the family station wagon, this is also one of the most aerodynamic shapes they ever gave to these full-size vehicles. So it has a cool sporty style that's all its own.
Inside this is a luxury Buick, and the low mileage means less use and a good-looking total package. Up front, the beige leather seats have a fold-down front center console to give you individual comfort when the middle seat isn't needed. Your seat even power adjusts to the ideal driving position. You also get great factory luxuries such as automatic A/C climate control, power windows, power locks, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, anti-lock brakes, and a driver's airbag. There's also a passenger sunroof that always looks cool in these Roadmasters. The reverse-facing third-row seat is a great piece we wish we could still get in all wagons today. After all, any noise is facing the other direction. And if you want to fold both rear rows flat, you've got the perfect machine to securely haul everything from a weekend's worth of projects to the ultimate tailgate package.
Under the hood is more of that well-preserved look seen throughout the car, so it should be no surprise that this is believed to be the original motor. It's a fuel-injected 5.7-liter engine, which means plenty of power whenever you need it, but the kind of quiet operation you expect from a car built to this degree of comfort. Plus, the power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, cruise control, and four-speed automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive are all perfect for the long haul.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and original warranty info packet. We already know your imagination is running wild with the places you'll go and the things you can do with this luxury wagon. But since there is only one up for grabs, and it's so affordable, you might want to hurry up and call today!
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