The 1990 Buick Reatta is a specially-crafted high-feature machine.
This is when Buick dared to dream big and offered an expensive car
few people could ever afford. So to find a preserved and affordable
example means you have found a gem amongst gems.
The factory white paint on this well-preserved and respected car
set a premium tone. And details like the wraparound rear glass and
subtle gray pinstripe reinforce this upper-class image. But the
Reatta is known for looking sporty, too. It's truly a
performance-oriented design with swoopy lines, folding headlights,
and 15-inch factory alloys. Overall, workmanship is very good,
because it was built at a factory specially set up by GM to create
these low-volume personal luxury cars. In fact, there were less
than 6,400 coupes made this year - and far fewer left over 30 years
later. So while General Motors is known for mass production, this
Reatta can almost be considered hand-crafted.
The gray pinstripe on the exterior gets you ready for the full gray
interior. It has the clean look of a low mileage car that has
averaged less than 2,200 miles annually. As a true luxury machine,
this one doesn't disappoint. The dual leather bucket seats are
power-adjustable so you and your passenger can dial-in an
individual level of comfort. Yours is particularly well-done with
multiple adjustments for the ideal driving position. This was built
to be a true driver's machine, and so Buick even gave it an
electro-luminescent gauge panel. As expected with a car of this
caliber, it comes with all the best features, including a sunroof,
power windows, power locks, tilt steering column, cruise control,
cup holders, the factory premium AM/FM/cassette stereo, and full
automatic A/C climate control. Plus, later cars like this had a
driver airbag to go with the safety-mined anti-lock brakes.
When you open the hood, you're treated to more of the
well-maintained care that you've seen in the interior and exterior.
This fuel-injected 3.8-liter V6 has been the backbone of Buick
during this era because it provides terrific power while remaining
quiet and reliable. It shows all signs of being original, and it
runs as a well-respected modern-classic should. The Reatta was
meant to be Buick's Mercedes SL competitor, so on the road, it
feels confident with even a little hint of a sporty exhaust. The
four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, fully independent
suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes make this a great car for
long hauls or fun weekends on the backroads.
This is where rarity, desirability, and affordability all come
together. Call today!!!