Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to present this 1991 Buick
Roadmaster Wagon. The Roadmaster name returned to the Buick line
for the 1991 model year after a 33-year absence, with the third
generation Buick Estate wagon becoming the Roadmaster Estate. The
roadmaster wagon was the reimagined version of the angular "estate"
cars that Buick made in the late 1970s. Like the older station
wagons, the 1990s-era ones were so lengthy they might as well have
been powerboats- but they added features such as sunroofs, climate
control, and those signature, simulated wood-grain sides. The
cream-colored interior matches nicely with the exterior, and
everything is particularly well preserved. Premium features in the
interior include power front seats, power locks, keyless entry,
power windows, driver's airbag, and the premium factory
AM/FM/cassette stereo. Under the hood is more of that
well-preserved look seen throughout the car. The 305 Cubic inch
fuel injected V8 looks ready to haul everyone. Plus, the power
steering, cruise control, power brakes, front discs, and four-speed
automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive are all
perfect for the long haul. This is a phenominal car to own if you
need to seat as much as an SUV, tow as much as light to medium duty
trucks, and drive on long trips comfortably.
1991 Buick Roadmaster
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