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The Buick Reatta is a low-volume transverse front-engine, front-wheel drive,
two-door, two-seater grand tourer/
sports car manufactured and marketed by Buick as a coupe (1988–1991) and convertible (1990-1991) — both featuring a 3.8 liter V6 engine and shortened version of the GM E platform,
the same one that underpinned the Buick Riviera.
As Buick's first two-seater and its first convertible since the 1985 Riviera,
the Reatta was manufactured in a highly specialized assembly program at the Reatta Craft Center
(later known as the Lansing Craft Center) in Lansing, Michigan
—achieving production of over 21,000 units in four years.
The presence of the Chevrolet Corvette, Pontiac Fiero and Cadillac Allanté at the time of the Reatta's introduction meant that with the exception of Oldsmobile, all of GM's passenger-car divisions offered two-seaters during the late 1980's and early 1990's
The Reatta featured twin bucket seats with a storage area behind the seats featuring two lockable bins and a lockable access hatch to the rear trunk.
At introduction, options included 16-way power seats in lieu of 6-way power seats, side moldings in either black or body color and pinstripe delete.
A sunroof became optional in late 1988, and in 1989 key-less entry was added as a standard feature. Initially (1988-89), the Reatta featured a touch screen computer interface, marketed as the Electronic Control Center (ECC),
that included radio and climate control functions, date reminder, trip computer, user-configurable over speed alarm as well as diagnostic access to the vehicle's electronic systems and sensors.
Later models were equipped with conventional push button stereo and climate controls.
The new system eliminated trip computer functionality and the climate control buttons could access diagnostic information, replacing diagnostic scanner capability formerly provided by the touch screen.
Buick Reatta emblem, The first pilot car was finished at the Reatta Craft Center in December 1986.Series production began in January 1988 and ended on May 10, 1991 1988
Built 4,708 (Hard top) 0 (Convertible) We spend endless hours searching the net nationwide to track down forgotten discarded and left for dead classics and bring them to open market to find them a new home and hopefully a second chance to be out on the road again.
Pros and Cons
both seat has some worn areas (see pics), small tear on passenger side, dash has a crack on passenger side, please see photos for more details. EXTERIOR , just as the interior it's not perfect but in very good shape overall , body its solid and straight, clean lines, RUST FREE, paint it's not faded and still shines and glossy, has average wear, minor scratches and ships in some areas ( see pics) ,
tail light have humidity in them, right tip corner of the hood its bent (see pics),
please see photos for more details and visible damages .
Front Air Conditioning
Front Air Conditioning - Automatic Climate Control
Steering Wheel Trim - Leather
Multi-Function Remote - Trunk Release
Steering Wheel - Tilt
Tuned Suspension - Touring
Antenna Type - Power
Digital Instrument Panel
Radio - Am/Fm
Gauge - Tachometer
Front Fog Lights
Wheels - Alloy
Front Wipers - Intermittent
Window Defogger - Rear
Power Door Locks
Anti-Theft System - Alarm
Side Mirror Adjustments - Power
Side Mirrors - Heated
Front Seat Type - Bucket
Upholstery - Leather
Driver Seat Power Adjustments
Passenger Seat Power Adjustments