22,108 miles reading on the odometer
White exterior with a Red Interior
This awesome 225 convertible is fitted with many options.
This is a beautiful example of one of America's early classic muscle car convertibles that were
made in limited numbers.
Offered here to the collector, enthusiast or investor who appreciates and
understands the potential of this great American classic.
Before the Electra and Electra 225 came to the scene, the Buick Super, Roadmaster
and Limited constituted the upper class of Buick's superb lineup.
Following their introduction in 1959, the Electra models took the place of the Super
while all of Buick's models were renamed.
The Electra 225 replaced the Roadmaster and Limited models.
In a bold and daring move, the traditional styling cues that had long been Buick's trademark
quickly disappeared overnight,
along with the names that had been a part of Buick's stable for so long.
Buicks No longer had the portholes, and the sweepspears that had been traditional.
Now, new names, new engines, new brakes, new chassis, and new transmissions were unveiled
as Buick tried new options.
These brand new models received glowing praise from the motoring press,
and sold like hotcakes.
The Electra was built for speed and comfort,
and was considered to shine among its rivals.
The Electra's were powered by Buick's 401 Cubic Inch (6.6 L) V8 from 1959 until 1966.
The 1959 through 1963 models had Twin Turbine DynaFlow transmissions,
and the Triple Turbine Transmission was offered as an option in 1959.
Automatic transmissions were always a standard option, and beginning in 1964,
the Electra models were equipped with the Super Turbine 400/THM 400 transmissions.
Buick discontinued the Electra name at the end of the 1961 model year,
leaving only the Electra 225.
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