This 1988 Buick Electra Park Avenue is finished in Ruby Red over
maroon leather and is powered by a fuel-injected 3.8-liter V6
paired with a four-speed automatic transaxle. Features include 14?
wheels with wire-look covers, a luggage rack, cruise control,
woodgrain trim, automatic climate control, and a Delco cassette
stereo. The car was acquired by the seller in 2019, reportedly from
the original owner's grandson, and now shows 3k miles. Service
under current ownership is said to have included a recent oil
change as well as replacement of the battery, radiator, crankshaft
position sensor, and air conditioning compressor. This C-body
Electra is offered with the removed radiator, a clean Carfax
The body is finished in Ruby Red (72) with white pinstripes, and
exterior features include silvered lower body trim,
power-adjustable side mirrors, chrome-finished bumpers with black
rub strips, and a rear luggage rack. Steel 14? wheels wear
wire-look covers and 205/75 Goodyear Vector whitewall tires.
Buick-branded mud flaps are fitted at each corner.
The seats are upholstered in maroon leather, and the cabin features
a matching dash, carpeting, and door panels. Amenities include
woodgrain trim, automatic climate control, power accessories,
cruise control, and a Delco cassette stereo with a graphic
equalizer. The air conditioning was recharged and the compressor
was replaced in February 2020.
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