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1994 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Wagon 4-Door 5.7L

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  • Make: Buick
  • Model: Roadmaster
  • Type: Wagon
  • Trim: Estate Wagon Wagon 4-Door
  • Year: 1994
  • Mileage: 150,000
  • VIN: 1g4br82p6rr435522
  • Engine size: 5.7L 350Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
  • Location: Fredericktown, Ohio, United States


1994 Buick Roadmaster Wagon

  • 150,000+/- miles.

  • 20-24 mpg+/-

  • Stock LT1 (260 hp/280 torque) (350ci 2nd gen SBC)

  • 4L60e transmission

  • (G67 option) Tow Package/Level Control

  • (G80 option) Limited-slip differential/Positraction rear end

  • Leather interior

  • 6 way power front seats

  • Heating and COLD A/C both operate perfect

  • 3rd Row Fold/Flip Rear Facing Seat (If you have kids, you know how great and fun this feature is!!!)

  • American Racing Torque Thrust II type rims (Dirty and need cleaned/polished)

  • MANY MANY NEW parts!!!! (see below)

New/Newer Parts

  • (May 2015) Replaced the Carpet ($150)

  • (May 2015) Installed heat reflecting underlay under carpet ($50)

  • (Mar 2015) Replaced the 4L60e ($500)

  • (Mar 2015) Flushed the entire transmission system with 3 cans of Kooler Klean ($30)

  • (Mar 2015) New Transmission cooler lines ($100)

  • (Mar 2015) New Battery ($115)

  • (Mar 2015) New Exhaust ($250)

  • (Mar 2015) Passenger side exhaust manifold and studs ($60)

  • (Mar 2013) Replaced the Limited-slip differential/Positraction rear end ($500)

  • (Mar 2013) ALL NEW EVERYTHING on the new POSI axle (Drums, springs, shoes, wheel cylinders, hard lines, rubber line, emergency cable, seal, POSI fluid, everything!!!) ($500)

  • (Jan 2013) All New Front Steering and Suspension (Tie Rods, Idler Arm, Pitman Arm, Shocks, A-Arms, Steering Assist Cylinder, Brake Rotors, Brake Pads, Brake Calipers, EVERYTING!!) ($1500)

  • (Jan 2013) New front fender with molding ($500)

  • (Feb 2012) New stiffer set of rear springs (MOOG Part CC623) ($150)

  • (Feb 2012) New Helper Bags (currently disconnected) ($100)

  • (Feb 2012) New AC Delco Air Shocks (currently disconnected) ($100)

“Known Issues” and things I would do/replace if I were to keep it…

  • Replace Tires (it needs tires!!)

  • Rerun the airlines to the Rear Suspension Spring Helper Bags

  • Rerun the airlines to the Air Shocks

  • Replace the Passenger side inner fender

  • Replace or Bend out the Passenger front door bend

  • Fix the spot of rust on rear driver side quarter


I bought the wagon back in 2008. It was my daily driver until 2012 when someone hit me in the front fender. (see parts details above) I rebuilt the entire front end and found a new fender in California. I wanted to keep the car, so I spent $2000+ in parts to redo the entire front end and sheet metal/molding. As I was repairing the wagon, I bought another wagon and started driving it. So while I drove it some, it mostly sat.

In 2014 while moving, the transmission started slipping, so I bought a low miles used transmission and in 2015 installed it. I flushed the entire system and installed in the new transmission and while I was at it replaced the entire exhaust. I have driven it a couple times a week and everything is running good.

I have Soooo much money spent in the last couple of years on the car, but right now I could use some extra cash.

It’s one heck of a car!!!! …and in my opinion, worth every cent I’m selling it for!!!