Last Of The Family Wagons: 1995 Buick Roadmaster

Here is your chance to own one of the last America full-size wagons produced! This 1995 Buick Roadmaster wagon was produced one year prior to the final year for these wagons.  Have you driven an older Buick? To me, they feel like their floating on a cloud; they soak up the bumps and wrap you in a level of luxury that’ll make you feel like an octogenarian. My young wife never did understand why I bought a LaCrosse several years ago… I could ride down the road on my living room sofa of course! But this Roadmaster has a stormy side but is the price right? Find it here on eBay in Tulsa, Oklahoma for less than $200 with no reserve (at the time of writing this article).

These full-size wagons were the precursor to the modern SUV and were even powered by similar engines (this has the 5.7 V8). But with modern safety requirements and the desire to sit more upright and see over everyone else, the modern V8 powered SUV usually gets worse gas mileage than these wagons due to poor aerodynamics and increased weight (does everyone really need four-wheel drive?). We know almost nothing about the history of this wagon but I’ve never seen one of these with rust around the door handles like his one has. No mention of the miles covered either, but Tulsa isn’t exactly known for snow and salt so either this car came from somewhere up north or it has a zillion miles. (Seller says it runs good!)

This poor thing has been used hard. I’m sure it was a comfortable car that hauled people or stuff for hundreds of thousands of miles.  Maybe it’ll haul your band and gear for many thousand more.  That center console looks to have succumbed to the Tulsa heat and is incredibly warped, but all is not lost because there is another armrest on eBay for just $95, should you want to make that interior a little less stormy!


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  1. Josh

    That’s not rust by the handles. When you remove the woodgrain the area around the handles had a small amount of paint by the handles so it would blend well with the wood color.

    • Aaron Crabtree Member

      Ah! I didn’t know that. Thanks!

    • Jerry Brentnell

      when I had my 66 sport fury 2 door hardtop people would come up at cruise nights and call it a tank! if thats the case what do you call this barge! I call it what it is a barge!

  2. Joseph Wayne Haddock

    This isn’t available any longer.

  3. Sean

    “Item is lost or broken”

  4. redwagon

    looks better without the wood grain siding.

  5. Classic Steel

    If I never see another 70s and above wagon then I am the luckiest man in the World!

    Someone be like Ford and buy them up and crush them or be similar to GM crushing the Electric cars decades back😂

  6. Grandville Steve Member

    1992 was the year I bought my Roadmaster wagon. 25 years and 225000 miles later it was time to let it go. Could not kill the big blue boat. My son wanted it. So into a container it went and now resides in Luxembourg. If GM kept making big wagons and big convertibles they would never have had money problems.

  7. Greg Tillitson

    BBB, Big Beautiful Buick; or BUB, Big Ugly Buick.

  8. P Wentzell

    Sorry, redwagon, this looks nekkid without the woodgrain siding.

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