Three Buick Retta cars found in semi trailer: Video

Manufactured between 1988 and 1991, the Buick Reatta was a low-volume two-seat grand tourer offered in both coupe and convertible body styles.

We're checking out three of these relatively low-mileage examples stored in a semi trailer for the following video feature.

As it turns out, CT's family owns an auto repair shop and contractor DMV Services Company, as well as a large fleet of old, rusty vehicles in the surrounding woods.

However, the whistle also has three examples of a Buick Rita preserved in a covered semi-trailer as the couture gets its first look.

The Buick Rita was originally intended to be a halo car for the Buick brand, and was offered intermittently under the guise of a special "Select Sixties" for top 60 Buick dealers.

As Cotter points out, the Buick Rita was essentially a "standard" front-wheel drivetrain and V6 engine that was later dropped to a more premium body.

Manufactured between 1988 and 1991, the Buick Reatta was a low-volume two-seat grand tourer offered in both coupe and convertible body styles.

It's good to see how many old classics CT and his family have, as well as these three old Buick Retas, click to watch the full video

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