Buick 1969

Special    
Skylark    
Sport Wagon    
LeSabre    
Gran Sport    
Wildcat    
Electra 225    
Riviera    
Century Cruiser – prototype  

USA

 

Riviera

           
Riviera 2 Door Hardtop        
Gran Sport 2 Door Hardtop        

 

 

Electra 225

           
225 4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Hardtop        
225 Custom 4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        

 


Electra  225 Limited Hardtop Sedan

 

Wildcat

           
Wildcat 4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Hardtop        
Custom 4 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        

 

 

LeSabre

           
LeSabre 4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Hardtop        
Custom 4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        

 

 

Gran Sport

         
2 Door Hardtop        
2 Door Convertible        

 

 

Skylark

             
Skylark 4 Door Sedan          
  2 Door Hardtop          
Custom 4 Door Sedan          
  4 Door Hardtop          
  2 Door Hardtop          
  2 Door Convertible          

 

 

Special

           
Deluxe 4 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        

 

 

Sport Wagon

           
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
Custom 4 Door Stn Wgn        

 

 

Century Cruiser

           
      – prototype    

 

Century Cruiser offers hands free driving, swivel contour seats, a refrigerator and TV set. When the Century Cruiser entered the expressways, a punched card with programmed routes would take over, piloting the car to the correct destination by information transmitted from electronic highway centers. The car’s progress could be watch on a strip map projected on a radar-like screen built-into the front console. The prototype could be manually operated via pistol grips positioned in the armrests for steering and speed regulation. An entrance canopy slid forward and upward, permitting doors on each side to glide ahead and allow passengers to enter. In fact it is recycled the General Motors Firebird IV, which was presented at the 1964 New York World's Fair. The paintwork has been changed from the original gold lo blue. The prototype don't have any engine.