The Boss Wagon is alive and well in a very unlikely way with the final Buick Roadmaster.
'94 - '96 B- & D-cars will never get quite enough respect ...
30 years ago, driving a Roadmaster wagon was basically the social equivalent of driving an Escalade. It was the biggest and most luxurious family hauler that an American could buy.Anyone could of had a old cheap car and still had it near 30 years later if they wanted to.
What do production numbers have to do with anything? I said it was equivalent to driving a luxury vehicle like an ESCALADE, which has a base price of $80k. I didn't say they were sold in huge numbers like Tahoes and Suburbans.Ahh. Not really I rarely saw them . By 1995 when the Tahoe Came out most were driving those. Tahoe. Yukon Suburban Even in the 90's I saw hardly any wagons allover. Not many were around then and who knows just a few thousand are left now
You will see whatever you see, as the result of all sorts of variables.Never saw one of these wagons on the road when they were new and I made multiple visits to GM dealerships in the mid 90s.
Lol, an Escalade is a peasant-mobile in Scottsdale. Driving there is always a treat, it's definitely where most of the special and exotic rides end up in AZ.A person who lives and works in Scottsdale, Arizona would see very different traffic than a person who lives and works in Flint, MI.