Classic Buick Insurance
Buick is one of the most well known brands in
the automotive world, becoming the pillar in which General Motors
was built on. The beginnings of the car can be traced back to 1899
with its founder David Dunbar Buick. Originally, Buick was an
internal combustion engine manufacturer, but the company
transitioned into making cars in 1904. During this period, 37 Buick
cars were made.
But Buick's true success came when an investor
called William Durant became involved. He saw potential in the car
and set to work on making it a memorable name. By 1926, Buick's
reputation for being reliable was world famous.
In later years, Buick has concentrated
on luxury sedans and convertibles. Some memorable vehicles include
the Regal Grand National muscle car, Riviera and Roadmaster
Skylark. With a wide range of beautiful cars, Buick is a truly
Through the years, Buick have developed cars
for a range of tastes. The Roadmaster has a luxury feeling that
dates back to the 1930s. From the long hood, to the curved
windscreen, Roadmasters live up to their name. Earlier models came
with a toothy grille that caused consumer reports to say "a
toothbrush for the dentures comes extra." This became less of a
feature on later models.
A popular model of the 1960s was the Buick
Riviera. It featured a V8 engine and unique bodyshell with
frameless windows. Later style designs included a 'boat-tail' look
that was featured on the third generation of Riviera from 1971 -
The 1980s saw the introduction of the Buick
GNX. Considered the brand's most iconic performance car, it had a
276-hp V6 engine. Lesser known cars include the 1990 Buick Reatta.
The car only lasted for a few years, but it was an attractive
machine by the standards of the time.
Buying and Owning A Buick
Considering Buick is America's oldest auto
manufacturer, there's no shortage of models to search for. Auction
sites, dealers and car publications are great places to do some
Spare parts for Buicks are widely available
and can be purchased from specialist stores. This can be very
useful if you're planning on restoring an older model to its former
Before you buy your Buick, it's important to
carry out checks. Look out for any corrosion problems and seek
expert advice if you're unsure.
Give us a call today on 0800 093 2950 to learn
more about our Buick insurance policies. You can also arrange a callback at a
time that's convenient to you.
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