The Buick Century nameplate has been used off and on since the ‘30s, with six separate generations coming and going over the years. Now, this pre-owned 1991 Buick Century is available for purchase at a dealer in Indiana, sporting a mere 5,760 miles on the clock. Alongside the surprisingly low mileage, this thing looks to be in pristine condition.
This particular example hails from the Buick Century’s fifth generation, which was produced between the 1982 and 1996 model years, with a facelift introduced for the 1991 model year. The four-door sedan body is covered in Grey paint, while in the corners, we spot wire wheel hub caps and whitewall Goodyear tires.
The cabin is awash in Light Blue materials, while the dash includes an old-school rectangular speedometer, flanked on either side by the fuel gauge and the transmission gear indicator. In the center console, we see what appears to be a cassette player, as well as a radio, with individual knobs, dials, and buttons for the volume, tuner, treble, bass, and the like.
This Buick Century also has a manual air conditioner and climate control system, plus manual hand cranks for the windows. There’s also a plastic cupholder inside the central arm rest, and two additional cupholders in the glove box. The front seat belts are mounted on the doors.
Lifting the hood, we find a 2.5L I4 gasoline engine, which looks just as clean as the rest of the vehicle. The four-banger connects to the front wheels via a three-speed automatic transmission. There also appears to be the original vehicle documentation in the trunk.
This thing is a true blast from the past, and it’s in surprisingly good condition. That said, this surprisingly well-kept Buick Century has an equally surprising asking price, currently listed at $18,595.
This Buick Century is up for grabs from Sam Pierce Chevrolet in Daleville, Indiana.