Introducing you to the Buick Electra, the most Luxurious Buick of the three Buick 59 models.
Buick Electra is a full-size luxury car, which was built between 1959 and lasted all the way to 1990.
With over three decades of production, the Electra was offered in varying body styles including coupe, convertible, sedan, and station wagon.
The Buick Electra’s popularity soared through every generation and saw upgrades to every future model.
As the top-line model this automobile shared its six-window hardtop roofline exclusively with Cadillac.
The Electra and Electra 225 both used the General Motors C-body shared with the Oldsmobile 98 and Cadillac, a longer wheelbase than the B-body LeSabre and Invicta.
A standard 4 window four door hardtop was also available, as was a 4 door 6 window pillared sedan, along with striped chassis of which 144 were built in 1959 to 1960.
The two-door convertible was only available as an Electra 225 while the two-door hard top as an Electra.
Along with the other Buick 59 models, the Electra featured all new styling that was not shared with other General Motors divisions.
This included slanted headlights, a chromed grille that slightly resembled the 1958 Buick and Delta-Fins back along with round taillights.