I have rebuilt almost the entire car. Only thing I have left is interior seats. Some simple external fixes. This car has new engine, 1990 Buick replacement engine, new transmission, air, original paint white on white trim which is a special order. Car is fun to drive, new top, great tires, I love it!
Great birthday present! Fun to drive. Accceleration is decent. Handling is excellent. Get lots of looks and positive comments when out 7 about. Easy to drop the top, even though it's a manual process. Had pop-up headlights repaired, and power window driver side needs replacement, and thats's all. Currently have 54k miles on her.
The drop top and large trunk. Also lockable compartments behind the seats.
None, really. And besides, isn't it a little too late ?
I have two Reattas, one coupe and one convertible, both 1990 vintage. Both cars require little to no maintenance, are fun to drive, get admiring stares from other drivers, and frequently a ,"what kind of car is that"? I have owned dozens of cars over my lifetime, but this little auto is by far the most comfortable roadster ever built in the USA. If you are able, buy one!
I have had the car for three years. It
is a convertable and fun to drive. It
is really comfortable with a big trunk.
And, it is loaded with every option. I
wanted a reliable collector car with
comfort and all the bells and whistles,
and that's what I got. I have had no
problems, and get to drive it everyday.
Parts are still available, also. My
friends have older collector cars they
only drive on Sunday's and spend more
time fixing them than driving them. Not
me, I enjoy using my car.
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