Driving the 96 Buick Roadmaster Wagon #shorts

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Buick Roadmaster evaluation! The Buick Roadmaster is an old-school station wagon– and a sentimental antique from a different era. Today I'm evaluating the Hoovie's Garage Buick Roadmaster to show you what the household wagon looked like 25 years earlier– and I'm going to reveal you all the quirks of the Buick Roadmaster wagon. Then I'm going to it to see what if the Buick Roadmaster truly is the master of the road.

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Driving the 96 Buick Roadmaster Wagon #shorts

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17 Comments

  1. Reminds me of Ericโ€™s vista cruiser in that 70โ€™s Show๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ”ฅ

  2. Guarantee if you hit the gas you’d have been at least as impressed as you were with the Impala. This should be at least as quick with the towing package. Posi burnouts and parking lot donuts for days. 260 is a very conservative horsepower rating for the LT1.

  3. I remember as a kid, I always thought cars with that wood panel siding looked so cool! I always wished my mom would get one๐Ÿ˜‚

  4. I had a 96 Caprice Classic as my second car and good lord that thing was a boat. But it was fun. It had just enough power to do donuts in the parking lot at graduation๐Ÿ˜‚

  5. Not fast for Doug and the cars he plays in but these cars have a ton of torque especially for the mid 90โ€™s. I had a 95 fleetwood and that thing hung door to door with my friends mid 2ks Escalade ext to 100. If you punched the gas at say 25ish it would sometimes downshift to first and swuak the tires.

  6. Had a โ€˜94,LT1, with the heavy tow package, which had a slightly firmer suspension and lower geared rear end. Left more than a few โ€œsportsโ€ cars behind. Also one of the easiest to speed in cars I have ever owned. It sounded and felt the same at 90 as it did at 20.

  7. The worked with a guy who owned one of those. He was an independent instrument technician who repaired measuring equipment at water and wastewater plants across the Pacific Northwest. A great guy who was a joy to work with. Hans Korten, Rest in Peace.

  8. Here Doug goes again comparing a 90’s car fast to 2020’s hypercar speed. There’s a Corvette motor in it sir. The one wheel peel sleeper car is real. I used to smoke cars people thought were fast in that wagon from that time period and late 80’s especially. I mean it’s basically an Impala SS from that year sir.

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