Hagerty's wagon recommendations: Buy a Buick!

Discussion in 'Drag'n Wagons' started by elagache, Nov 24, 2017.

  1. elagache

    elagache Platinum Level Contributor

    Dear V-8 Buick "long-roof" fans,

    Hagerty is out with an article on which wagons to buy, which to sell, and which to hold on to:


    It isn't a classic muscle car Buick wagon that they recommend that you buy, but nonetheless they do recommend buying a very particular Buick wagon: the 1991-96 Buick Roadmaster!

    While not the typical car found on this board, I'm sure there are lots of admirers of this car and even a few owners. Perhaps this will encourage a few more of you to become owners!

    Cheers, Edouard :)
  2. buickdreamin

    buickdreamin I need a new old car ...

    Hey, whaddayaknow! I'm actually ahead of the curve for once. Got mine last year, a '91.

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  3. kiwidave

    kiwidave Well-Known Member

    Love these wagons. The last beautiful Buick, in my opinion. Sadly never see them down here. But I am happily compensated by my GM-Holden long wheelbase SS wagon from 2003, with factory LS1 V8
  4. Chass

    Chass Rust Bucket, Springfield Oregon

    Interesting. When they were new I thought they were pretty ugly. Same for it's sister the caprice wagon. I've grown a little more fond of them over the years. There is something classic about the lines that I can't put my finger on. I have a friend who is a body guy that built this one. It kind of helped me along in my current love of wagons. This may be one of the nicest Roadmaster wagons I've ever seen ;)

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    I bet mine would look pretty good in those colors too!

    I also ran across this. Seems like a hell of a deal for one of these in that condition. All leather too! If any PNW folks are looking for one, I'd go scoop this up and throw a fuel pump in it.
  5. elagache

    elagache Platinum Level Contributor

    Dear Chass and V-8 Buick longroof fans,

    ;) . . . . I dunno' but I think you just aren't getting into the real spirit of a classic wagon. Okay your wagon is much closer to the mark, but your buddy's Roadmaster has just as serious a problem in the background as the foreground. Now if you want a classic wagon you need to have it pull a classic RV. Something like this!


    ;) . . . Of course there are those folks who would insist that this would be "goin' about it da' hard way!" . . . . [​IMG]

    Cheers, Edouard [​IMG]
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  6. Chass

    Chass Rust Bucket, Springfield Oregon

    Ya, he is into his toys. And there is not way you are fitting a bunch of quads and a side by side in the airstream ;) Different purposes entirely!

    Boy, would I like to be able to afford to have one of my paint guys paint my car like that. It's about a $30,000 paint job give or take. Sometimes more if there is ANY body work involved.

    I'm thinking about going to pick up that roadmaster in the link I posted. I don't think I could lose at that price. Fuel pump is easy if that's what it is.

  7. 1967 Big Buick

    1967 Big Buick One day at a time.

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    Just a few I've painted for customers.
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