This car is up for restoration. Reason one; there aren't a lot of people driving these cars. Reason two; I really like the looks. I don't need a lot of horsepower, so I'm pretty happy even with what this old engine is churning out(i should note that the tires STILL peel). The interior in this car is amazing. All power options still work great. The headliner needs replacing, but the rest of the inside is beautiful.
This car has elegance, character, AND it rides like a dream. I really like driving a car that drowns out the noise outside as soon as you shut the door. With over 150,000 miles, I can't imagine that absolutely nothing has been done to it, but I didn't get a lot of info from the previous owner. All I can say is, I knew it would be a good car because Buick is a great brand. Old people don't buy lemons, they just don't stand for that kind of crappy throw away product.
My plans for this jewel is to restore it in full just to keep. I'm not sure why, all I want to do is have it in 30 years. For any car, fluid changes are a must at regular intervals. Wiring and other electrical components need to be inspected as well. People ought to understand there is a lot they can do to keep these cars in good shape rather than condem them and label them as horribly made.