Welcome to the last weekend of the Summer of 2014, and I thought I would start out with this highly modified Buick Roadmaster currently found on Craigslist. I am not sure what the builder’s vision was, but modifying a Roadmaster into an angular interpretation of a Plymouth Superbird takes… Well, it probably involves a lot of alcohol… According to the Albuquerque Craigslist Listing:
This car is presently licensed and insured (clear title) as a 1995 Buick Roadmaster. The running condition is excellent. It has the LT1 350 engine (260hp) factory dual exhaust and front and rear stabilizer bars. Power everything , leather interior. Does not burn oil and passes the emissions test. The tires are excellent. AC does not work. The rear driver side window works, but makes a strange click upon closing. All the steel work is 12 gauge steel and is in perfect condition. No body-filler was used on this car. I have not had any problems getting it insured or license-renewals (it is presently licensed). Please see all of the photos, note: I also included three “before” photos at the end of the photo line up.
The asking price for this creation is $4,900, and the current owner wants it in cash money… I am not sure as to what I think of this creation, as it was a tired old Buick in the first place. The current owner used this car to try and abolish “Dog Chaining” within the state, but has since painted over the bodywork, for whatever reason. So, what do you think of this creation? See the Craigslist Listing here, and let me know.