If you're looking for a cool, modern car to cruise and show, check out this unicorn.
What you're looking at here is a truly unique example of the 1996 Buick Roadmaster. Not only is this Roadmaster a well-documented, one-owner sedan with just 83,000 miles on the odometer, it is most likely one of the last examples of GM's rear-drive, B-body cars. And it's up for sale through Midwest Car Exchange.
The best part about this car is how amazingly clean and well preserved it is. The white paint and optional ruby red leather interior make this a car that is worth showing off, but its low mileage and clean vehicle history mean there are still plenty of miles left in this car. Under the hood is GM's proven 5.7-liter LT1 fuel-injected V8, which made this car a perfect cruiser. According to the listing, that's what this car was used for, too, as the snowbird owner used it to haul a trailer from Illinois to Florida and back each winter. Everywhere you look on this Roadmaster is proof of how well the original owner cared for this car.
Of course, the most unique aspect about this Roadmaster is its production date. GM ended production of all of its big cars at the Arlington, Texas assembly plant in December 1996, and it appears this Buick was produced in November 1996 according to the door sticker. That would make this one of the last Roadmasters ever built as well as one of the last rear-wheel drive vehicles that Buick built. The 1996 Roadmasters wore a hood ornament signifying that these last cars were the Collector's Edition.
Best of all, Midwest Car Exchange has this 1996 Buick Roadmaster listed for just $5,900, which means the car will surely appreciate as these GM sedans get closer to classic status. If you like what you see, you can always click HERE to make an offer on this big, beautiful Buick.