The Reatta was a low volume specialty car produced by Buick from 1988 till 1991 and just 21,751 were produced. The cars featured the tried and true 3.8L V6 and sat on the front wheel drive GM E platform. The cars produced around 170hp and had a top speed electronically limited to 125mph. Four wheel independent suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes, and ABS were all standard. The car was a halo for the Buick brand and they were made by “craftsmen” in a special production facility in Michigan.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this unique and rare 1990 Reatta convertible for your consideration. Just 2,437 convertibles were made, making them one of the most rare modern US convertibles. This car is finished in Bright Silver and it is said that just 60 convertibles were produced in this color. The exterior of this car is very nice and stock. The paint is nice overall and the car features 15in alloy wheels and pop up headlights. The convertible top is nice and features a heated glass rear window. The blue leather interior is nice, with just a little bit of normal wear. The seats are powered and are very comfortable. A flagship model, this car is fully loaded with power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control, climate control, CD stereo, power mirrors, and the famous digital dashboard.
This Reatta is very unique and has already become an American classic. With low production numbers, you'd be hard pressed to find another one. Comes with the original owners booklet as well as a set of keys with two remote entry fobs.
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