I am the 2nd owner of this 1992 Buick Roadmaster - 4 door sedan. 5.7 liter engine. Air bags, power steering, power seat and power brakes, anti-lock, power antenna. Automatic transmission with overdrive, tilt steering wheel, cruise control. Radio with cassette player, AC and heat, Mileage 106,160.
I am the second owner of this 1992 Buick Roadmaster. I have owned it 14 years, and it is a great car. The car sold new in Orlando and has always been here so it is rust free. The air conditioner has been converted to R134 and is cold. The oil and filter have been changed every 2,500 miles since I've owned it or very close to it. This car regularly gets more than 20 miles to the gallon around town. The tires are like new and have very low miles on them. When I bought the car it had a mini spare tire in it, so I bought a full size wheel for the spare. The color of the car is white with a blue velour interior.
The reason I am selling the car is I have a 1956 car that is my toy to play with, and we only need one car these days.
You will love this car!!
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