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Buicks

In 1909, Louis Chevrolet, the Mario Andretti of his day, was hired to drive for the Buick racing team. His on-track prowess led the company to numerous victories and helped to put the company on the road to success.

Once lumped together with old standbys Oldsmobile and Mercury as a producer of retiree-friendly big cars brands, Buick worked hard to shed this long-held image. The brand reinforced this shift with commercials that emphasized its newer offerings were “not your grandfather's Buick!”

The diminutive Encore crossover made inroads into the small end of the SUV market, winning over young drivers. Despite having not sold a convertible in the United States for quarter of a century, the new two-door, turbocharged four cylinder Cascada has an undeniablely youthful appeal.

No longer associated with Americans who are settling into their Golden Years, Buick now makes cars for all ages. Auctions are prime hunting grounds for Buicks, from the classic American muscle car the Buick Skylark to the luxurious LaCrosse, which offers full-sized high style at a reasonable price.


Quick Facts

  • Buicks were the first American automobiles to offer turn signals as a standard feature
  • The now-defunct Buick Riviera made its debut on October 4, 1962, with a sticker price of $4,333
  • In a 2015 Barrett-Jackson sale, a rare 1987 Buick GNX, also known as Darth Vader's Car, was auctioned for $165,000

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1971 Buick Skylark Coupe
Jun 01, 10:00 AM MST
1971 Buick Skylark Coupe
by EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
Est: $0- $0
$4,00028 Bids

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