$20,900. 1991 Reatta Convertible: Arctic White, Top w/ Flame Red Leather Seats and Interior. Includes Leather-Bound Owners Portfolio, with Signed Craftmans Log, Pen, Penlight, Tire Gauge, etc.
$6,000 Total Maintenance/Upgrades: New Michelins, New A/C Delco Pro-78 Battery, New Design Visor Clips, New Design Headlight Bellcranks and Motors, New Headlight Switch, All Fluids Power Flushed, New Gaskets, Tune-up, A/C R134A Freon, Power Antenna, Infinity and Kicker Speakers, Sounds Great! Ready to Roll!
1991 New Features: The 1991 Reattas differ substantially from the 1990 model year, with only 305 Convertibles produced and many new innovations. The Engine was upgraded to the 170HP L-27 Tuned Port OHV 3.8 Litre Bullet-Proof V-6. The Automatic Transmission was upgraded to the 4T60-E, Electronically Controlled by the PCM to manage Engine power and torque. 16-inch Wheels, wider Tires, a new Bosch ABS Braking System, revised Frame Bracing for added rigidity, which all contribute to a safer and better handling car. Twilight Sentinel was introduced to control Automatic Headlamps and Exterior Lighting. A Cup Holder in the Center Console, and Power Pull Down for the Convertible Top Rear Bow were added.
Has both Options: CD player, 16- way adjustable Drivers Seat.
Factory Standard Features: Buick Luxury Options were Standard Equipment on the Reatta. These Reattas were loaded!
History: The Reatta was a limited production luxury sports car, carefully hand-crafted by Buick Division of GM at the Reatta Craft Center in Lansing, Michigan, introduced in 1988, ending production for Reattas in 1991. The 1991 were extremely limited with only 305 Reatta Convertibles reportedly produced, with newly revised research shows Sales of only 153 offered to the public and 46 more to GM Execs, the remainder of 106 unfinished offered to Tech Schools, or destroyed. Maintenance and Upgrades: ($4,000 total) All servicing work performed by McCaddon Buick/Cadillac