Sophisticated Engineering for your sophisticated Buick
When designing our Buick and GM spare tire kits, we set out to build the ideal kit for your car.
The Pontiac and Oldsmobile brands have been trimmed from the General Motors lineup. Both have rich histories and each has a large fan base. In later years, GM suffered heavy model redundancy. GM had many identically appointed cars with nearly identical styling offered across four nameplates. GM was ripe for change but thankfully, after some rather large shakeups, Buick remained a big part of the GM catalog.
Buick is not the first car brand on the public’s favorite list. However, with a simple test drive, you’ll see that Buick is putting forth respectable efforts to win you over. The General Motors marquee has a rich heritage and is much more than Cadillac’s less expensive cousin. In 1963, the Buick Riviera showcased their serious design skills and for many years the Riviera helped carve out Buick’s style identity. Buick played a big role in the muscle car war in the late 60s and certainly held their own. In 1970, the Buick GNX ( a Chevelle cousin) featured a 455 V8 with 510 lb-ft of torque. Certainly no slouch even by today’s standards. If you mention an 87′ Grand National with its angry turbo 3.8 v6 to a group of car fanatics, be prepared for a long-winded discussion.