Buick 1962-1988 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Buick 1962-1988 market review 2020

Literally hundreds of Buicks arrived in Australia during the 1960s and early ’70s, giving Holden dealers a showroom draw card and keeping RHD conversion shops very busy.

Rivieras were popular and surviving examples of the model’s three distinctive styles sell at $30-50,000. Less exotic and also less expensive, Skylarks came here usually with V8 engines and lots of power-assisted accessories. Electras and 1970s Limiteds are roomy and luxurious yet excellent cars can be found at $25,000.

| One-offs cars in OZ: 1958 Buick Limited

1980s Buicks aren’t common here, or even in their country of origin, however collectors should visit the USA – virtually for now – to find turbocharged GNX coupes. These under normal circumstances will cost considerably more than $30,000.

Skylark 1962-72 $26,450 [2]

Skylark Conv. 1962-72 $32,470 [5]

Electra/Limited 1964-77 $27,375 [13]

Wildcat 1964-71 $31,280 [5]

Riviera 1963-65 $47,975 [4]

Riviera 1966-70 $35,040 [8]

Riviera 1971-74 $41,945 [11]

GN/GNX $32,700 [1]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Aussie Muscle Car value guide.

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