Buick Barn Finds

King Of Bling! 1958 Buick Limited Hardtop

In the automotive world of the late 1950s, the fin was king. Buick’s 1958 Limited didn’t feature enormous fins, but the company more than compensated for this potential shortcoming by loading the vehicle with acres of chrome. That makes… more»

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Grand Performance: 1965 Buick Wildcat 425

Update 9/17/2020 – Error, this Buick Wildcat is not a GS. How cool is “Wildcat” as a name for a car? In a day when cars are named “Telluride” or “Palisade” or an automobile company is called “Sellantis”, which… more»

Turbo Power! 1977 Buick Skyhawk

General Motors hit a home run with its model-year 1975 second-generation 2+2 H Body styling. Sold by Pontiac, Buick, Oldsmobile, and Chevrolet, nearly 1.6 million found their way onto the roadways between 1975 and 1980. Today you rarely see… more»

7.0 Liters Of Power: 1967 Buick Riviera Gran Sport

This stunning 1967 Buick Riviera Gran Sport if for sale here on eBay with 9 days remaining in the auction. The car is located in Tucson, Arizona, and is listed with a Buy It now price of $14,950. Painted… more»

Corduroy Bucket Seats: 1977 Buick Regal S/R

Buick launched the Regal in 1973 as something of a personal luxury coupe version of the Century. That was the beginning of the Colonnade body style that General Motors employed on its intermediates through 1977. This 1977 Regal S/R… more»

Golden Opportunity: 1969 Buick GS 400 Stage 1

This Antique Gold 1969 Buick Gran Sport is up for sale. The seller has listed the car with bidding for this GS 400 starting at $36,000. The auction can be seen here on eBay and there are 4 days… more»

1971 Buick Skylark with 42k Original Miles!

It seems to me that the 2nd-generation Buick Skylarks are the least popular of that vintage GM A-bodies. I guess something has to be the “least” but they’re my favorite of the A-bodies. This 1971 example was sent in… more»

Desert Survivor: 1969 Buick Wildcat

The Wildcat started out as the Buick Invicta’s sport model in 1962, and soon replaced the Invicta in the line-up. By that time, the car had a whole range of body styles, like this 1969 Wildcat four-door sedan. You… more»

Field Find: $2,500 1963 Buick Wildcat 401

The Buick Wildcat was introduced in 1962 as the sporty, 2-door hardtop version of the family-oriented Invicta and was so popular it became its own series the following year. The nameplate carried on through 1970, but the 1963 edition… more»

One Family Survivor: 1969 Buick Sport Wagon 400-4

When looking at this wagon, someone might say “oh, that’s an Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser”, but they’d be wrong. It’s really a Buick Sport Wagon, the corporate cousin to the other wagon with the distinctive raised roofline. Just like the… more»

49k Mile 1987 Buick Grand National Survivor!

This 1987 Buick Grand National looks like a smart buy at $28,500 with its mostly original condition, low miles, and clean interior, along with just two owners from new. Grand National prices are all over the place, from the… more»

1k Mile Time Capsule: 1987 Buick Grand National

Back before Winston bought the naming rights to NASCAR’s top Cup competition, it was known as the Grand National Series. So what would be a more fitting name for Buick’s new performance model for the intermediate Regal line-up. NASCAR’s… more»

Stored 20 Years: 1964 Buick Electra 225 Ragtop

The last year for the second-generation Buick Electra, this 1964 Buick Electra 225 convertible has been stored in a dry garage for the last two decades and it looks like a fun, drivable weekend project car. The seller has… more»

68k Original Miles: 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate

Today, people with larger families are forced to buy an SUV if they want a vehicle to serve as daily transport. In days gone by, wagons like this 1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate would have been an obvious choice. However,… more»

GN Turbo! 1968 Buick Skylark Custom

Across a 100+ year history, Buick injected performance into its image and automobiles. This 1968 Skylark in Lindenhurst, New York merges two Buick Performance epochs:  the ’68 coupe body and chassis hail from the classic muscle car era, and… more»

Buried Alive: 430-Powered 1969 Buick Electra 225

The Buick Electra 225 (aka Deuce and a Quarter) got part of its name from its total length: 225 inches (just under 19 feet). These big luxury sedans (sometimes also referred to as land yachts) were from the heyday… more»