1986 Buick Regal Limited
This is the cool cruiser that's going get you the survivor awards. After all, when was the last time you saw a 1986 Buick Regal Limited coupe in such a nice and preserved condition? With its original V8 power, plush A/C interior, and all-around well-preserved presentation, this is a time capsule on wheels. The unique design lines made these Regal coupes quite popular when new. So you probably have a story or two that come to mind the moment you see that bright waterfall grille come into view. But the reason why you're especially attracted to this one is because you just don't see them in this kind of well-preserved condition anymore. The factory-correct white paint shows all signs of being original, and quite well-kept for over three decades. Plus, the coordinating white half vinyl roof adds to a timeless elegance. And speaking of tasteful class, this one wears its chrome bumpers, bright headlight bezels, and classic Buick Rallye wheels with distinction. But also take some time to look at some of the detail work like the maroon pinstripe and complete badging Ã¢â‚¬â€œ this is a true lesson in preservation. A rich velvet-like cloth awaits you inside this upper-class Limited model. It's nice how the maroon pinstripe on the outside was a preview of the factory interior color. Also, just like the exterior, the interior still looks amazing thanks to a survivor-level of care. All the wood trim coordinates nicely while it also provides extra distinction. This can seat up to six, but fold down the front armrest, and it provides you with individual pillow-top luxury. This coupe comes loaded with power windows, power locks, tilt steering column, plenty of wood-like trim, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. Because you want to eat away the miles in comfort, there are great cruising features like power seats, cruise control, and the air conditioning upgraded to modern R134a. Open the hood for more originality. This is the numbers-matching motor, and it's presented in the kind of time capsule quality where you still even have the factory decals. The 307 cubic-inch V8 is a wonderful power plant to have, and it was shared with luxury machines like the Oldsmobile Toronado and the Cadillac Brougham. That's because it's smooth and torquey, and there's nice power from the four-barrel carburetor. More of this Regal's great cruising capabilities come through with features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, front disc brakes, and Buick's legendary supple ride. This is a low-mileage car that has stayed under the care of the same family all its life. It's a shining example of a survivor, and now it just needs the right caretaker to continue its preserved legacy. Will that be you? Call now!