In 1994 the Buick Roadmaster got a massive powerplant upgrade when it ditched the old L03/L05 V8 and replaced it with an LT1 V8 that had more horsepower, more torque, and better fuel economy. It shared the LT1 with the Corvette, but you couldn’t fit 6 people into a Corvette. Find this 1995 Buick Roadmaster Sedan offered for $2,400 in Tucson, AZ via craigslist.
From the seller:
1995 Buick Roadmaster
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: white
title status: clean
Prestige option package. Registered and driven daily, title in hand. 260hp/300 lb feet torque if you like that sort of thing. Gets to 80 effortlessly and glides down the highway straight and smooth with just a finger on the bottom of the wheel.
Recent brakes, battery. 17/25mpg. Super reliable but easy to work on if it does break. Ac needs a charge, compressor is new. Emissions good through 12/2022. Clean car fax.
Bring cash please!
If you’re a car geek like me, you’ll like this article about the groundbreaking 1988 Cadillac Voyáge Concept, and how it was the precursor to the 1991 Roadmaster. Lots to love about this car.
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