Classifind Cut: 1991 Buick Roadmaster Estate – Sold!
In 1991, Buick reintroduced the “Roadmaster” brand name after a 33-year hiatus. Produced from 1991 through 1996 in both four-door sedan and estate (station wagon versions), these cars were the last of the traditional body-on-frame, rear-wheel-drive, passenger cars produced by Buick. While the vast majority of Estates from this era came equipped with faux side paneling, rare is an example such as this white over blue cloth 1991 Roadmaster listed on Craigslist in Villas, New Jersey featuring factory wood delete and a firm asking price of $3,800. The Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool confirms the ask falls nicely between this guide’s current #4 “Fair” appraisal of $3,100 and its #3 “Good” estimate of $5,400. While this first-year version may not have the Corvette-derived LT1 of the later cars, we love the condition and the color combination as it would make a perfect billboard for the GuysWithRides logo. If you are serious about buying this Roadmaster, you can start the conversation by either calling or texting Steve at (609) 602-9667.
Here’s the seller’s description:
“Well kept ’91 original factory woodgrain delete Roadmaster Estate Wagon. Excellent running condition. 4 new tires. No rust. Updated brake lines, water pump and shocks. No rips or tears in the interior. Never used non-factory trailer hitch (used for bike rack twice). The entire bottom and wheel wells professionally undercoated. Smooth transmission. Reverse 3rd-row seating. Buick mudflaps and license plate holders. Full-size spare. Original manual and brochure from 1991. Call or text. $3800 firm”
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