Buick Electra owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Buick Electra background information
The Buick Electra is a full-size executive car manufactured by Buick from 1959 to 1990. Harlow Curtis, who ran the Buick division and later headed General Motors, named the car after the famous sculptor Electra Wagoner Biggs.
Over its 30+ year history, the Elektra has been available in a variety of body styles including coupe, convertible, sedan and station wagon. The Electra was replaced by the Buick Park Avenue car in 1991.
In 1958, the Roadmaster and Limited made up the full-size executive class of Buick cars. In 1959 they were renamed Electra and Electra 225 respectively. At the same time, two other full-size Buick models, the Invicta and LeSabre, were updated.
The Electra 225 badge was a nod to the last car’s body length of over 225 inches (5715 mm), earning the name “deuce and a quarter” on the streets.
The Electra, along with the Invicta and LeSabre, was updated in 1961 with smaller fins and a new compact Skylark/Special class. The four openings on the front fender, called “VentiPorts”, became a hallmark of this generation. The salon had fabric upholstery. For the 225th model, a leather interior was also available. Optionally installed front bucket seats with electric adjustments.
Standard equipment included an automatic transmission, “Mirromatic” instrument panel, electric two-speed wipers and windshield washer, trip mileage indicator, cigarette lighter, dual armrests, multiple upholstery combinations, carpeting, power steering, power brakes, glove box lighting.
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