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THE SLEEPER: (Buick Ultra Park Ave Supercharge)
By icyblue2 on
1993 Buick Park Avenue Ultra 4dr Sedan
The 1993 Buick Park Ave. Supercharge's character was compared to a love affair between Arnold Schwartzenegger and Madonna. If you're in a hurry, it get to it right! Although I'm not the original owner, I've had my Big Boy for 8 years now. All the things they say about it are true, plus some. It's difficult to think about selling it, (even at 225,000 miles), because it's such a sweet car. When a huge truck is behind me at night, it's headlights is no challenge for the "SLEEPER"'s mirrors and shadowed' windows. It's more comfortable than a couch and handles like a big boy on the road. I took 4 passengers with all their baggage to the airport comfortably! OUUAHHH
Favorite Features
Shadowed Windows. Very little Rust. Quiet & Comfortable Ride. Fast and Supercharged. Good Gas Milege. Roomy. Auto Expension HORSEPOWER, 18/27 mpg, I get 22/30 mpg Nice roomy Center adjustable Console. Back-seat division Center, adjustable. Customized Interior Leather. Many lights, inside and out. Automatic Locks & Windows (adjustable 6-WAY seats) Exterior temperature 4 Mirror visors, 2 in back. Dual -Passenger adjustments for temperature. GREAT CONCERT SOUND! Auto this auto that lol.... BELLS, HORNS AND WHISTLES
Suggested Improvements
Although I've had no problems with the transmission yet, I' would suggest making the transmission a little more compatible with the POWER of the supercharge motor. When you step on the gas.....omg that car can go! lol Hang onto the sterring wheel is all I can advise. Compared to Jaquar with it's styling cues. Styled Grill and backlights
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By icyblue2
on 05/28/11 20:47 PM (PDT)

Did I mention, after 225,000 miles, I only use one quart of oil per 3,000, which is when oil change is due :-)

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