About a month back, Tom Klockau found a great 1989 Buick Reatta coupe. Among the comments, Carmine mentioned the rare Select Sixty limited edition Reattas. As he already mentioned, these Select Sixties were made special to the 60 largest Buick dealers in the United States.
The Select Sixty editions were actually available twice. First in 1988, then again in 1990. The ’88s all were black coupes (as convertibles didn’t arrive until 1990), with tan leather interior. Select Sixty badging was their only unique feature.
The 1990 Select Sixties were more unique.
All of them were the convertible model, white over white leather with red dashboard and carpeting, and a white convertible top. They also came with unique white seven-spoke wheels and special Select Sixty badging.
This one up for sale is in pristine condition. It has only 4,022 original miles, and certainly looks that way.
It even has the Certificate of Authenticity and the signed Reatta Craftsman’s log that came with all Reattas.
A great find for any Reatta lover. It appears the seller is one too, as two other Reattas, a white coupe and white convertible, can be seen in his driveway.