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1969 Buick Electra 1969 Buick Electra 225 American Classic
The Buick Electra was a full-size premium automobile built by the Buick division of General Motors. The Electra name in various manners was used by Buick between 1959 and 1990.
The year 1969 also brought a major restyling to the Electra 225 and other GM B- and C-body cars with somewhat crisper bodylines than 1965-68 models, but continued with the same chassis and inner body structure introduced with the 1965 model, however the wheelbase was increased one inch to 127-inch (3,200 mm). The 1969s were also the first to offer headrests as standard equipment due to a federal safety mandate, and the steering column with ignition switch that also locked the steering wheel with the transmission in Park, a feature found on all 1969 GM cars one year before it became a federal safety mandate in 1970. Also new was a variable-ratio power steering system combined with revised front suspension tuning called Accu-Drive.
Other changes included ventless front windows and the elimination of rear fender skirts. The same assortment of base and Custom models were offered in 1969 with the Limited trim package available on Custom sedans and coupes. A new option available with the Limited package was a split 60/40 bench seat with center armrest.
CLASSIC 1969 BUICK-ELECTRA 225 2 door convertible Immaculate condition Runs like new 69k original miles Financing Available.
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