Buick Gran Sport - 1965-1969Details click here
a howitzer with windshield wipers was what buick called the gran sport, its 1965 entiy into the muscle-car sweepstakes. With buicks nail-head v8 engine inserted into a skylark body, this gs could accelerate from zero to 60 mph in six seconds.
Buick Invicta - 1959-1962Details click here
Invicta is latin for unconquerable, and after several lean years for their buicks in the late fifties, the bosses at general motors were ready to take no prisoners. Vice-president of design harley earl used the flightsweep look of the 1957 chrysler to galvanize his staff into action.
Buick Limited - 1958Details click here
Whoever first said that nothing succeeds like excess never considered the fate of the 1958 buick limited. This one-year-only chrome-encrusted luxury series wandered into cadillac territory in terms of size and price and promptly got clobbered in what proved to be a recession-plagued economy. Just over 7,400 of these convertibles and riviera hardtop sedans and coupes were produced.
Buick Regal Grand National - 1984-1987Details click here
Buicks 1984 regal-series two-door coupe was nothing special until, late in the model year, the marque introduced an all-black turbocharged version called the grand national. This was a car that shed the bourgeois buick image. Its speed and darth vader looks make the grand national a favorite at auto auctions
Buick Roadmaster - 1951-1958Details click here
The buick roadmaster defined the postwar american attitude toward cars: If it aint broke, dont fix it just add chrome