Buick's top of the line Electra, the Park Avenue epitomized 80s excessive luxury. Finished in Frost Beige original paint with mauve plush pillow top upholstery and shag carpet. Factory Air Conditioning upgraded with retrofit to R-134 in 2016. The headliner has some sagging, a common problem of 1980s GM automobiles. Park Avenue, previously an appearance option package, became an official trim level on the Electra in 1978. Cosmetically, a different grille and redesigned tail lights were the only notable cosmetic changes that year but 1979 brought a redesigned, flat front end and a subtly different taillight treatment featuring a Buick crest and bisecting horizontal silver line. It didn't last as the 1980 Electra went back to its earlier 1977 roots but with a new grille featuring vertical slats. Also in 1980, Buick completely dropped the "225" moniker leaving just Limited and Park Avenue trims.
1984 Buick Park Avenue - $4,500
|Body||4 door sedan|
|Instruments||Delco AM/FM Cassette|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|