The Buick Reatta is a luxurious convertible produced and sold by the Buick division of General Motors from 1988 to 1991. It was marketed as a hand crafted car as GM had small teams of workers instead of the typical assembly line. Craft Stations were created at various locations within the Buick plant. The cars were transported between locations by computer guided carts.
The Buick Reatta sports its own unique body style with hand-made attention to the quality and detail. It was the most expensive Buick made at that time. The Reatta was not a huge seller because of its expensive price. The 1991 model year was the last year of the Reatta production.
This 1990 Buick Reatta is a rare car and a future collectible that will gain in value over time. Only 2,132 convertibles were produced in 1990 and this was the first year of the Reatta convertible.
The exterior is white with new paint that is professional and presents very well. Chrome and exterior trim is in excellent shape. The white convertible top is brand new. Wheels are the original Reatta wheels with new tires. (different than current photo).
Interior is a burgundy leather console and is the original interior. It is in very good condition. The drivers seat has some typical cracks in the leather. This will need some minor repair and conditioning for show. All other interior components are in very good condition.
Engine is the factory 3.8 liter V6, 165 hp, with a 4 speed automatic transmission and overdrive. This car is front wheel drive.
Almost all power and luxury options Buick had to offer were standard equipment on the Reatta.
This Buick Reatta is located in NC and is available for viewing by appointment.