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The Buick Centurion was short lived in the Buick lineup. The initial Centurion was sold only during 1956-1957. But, Buick would bring the Centurion back in 1971 as a replacement for the Buick Wildcat when the GM revised all thier … Continue reading
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Buick gets Wild. The Buick Wildcat was shared the the structure of the with its B-body stable mate, the LeSabre, but was marketed as a sports model. For 1965 the Wildcat was redesigned along with all GM B-bodies. 1965 Buick … Continue reading
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In the mid to late 70′s, a downsizing wave went through the divisions of General Motors. Buick decided to ride that wave in 1977 and introduce a downsized Riviera. While the previous generation Riviera was a rear-wheel drive variant of … Continue reading
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For 1961 to 1964 the Oldsmobile 88 or Eighty-Eight was a full-size car. During this time the 88 was the Oldsmobile’s top-selling line, particularly the entry-level models such as the Dynamic 88. A large number of variations were used during the … Continue reading