June 7, 2018
From my short time as a Buick salesman in the mid 2000s’ decade I can remember customers of a certain age stopping in and lamenting the demise of the Tri-Shield brand’s cars like this 1995 Buick Park Avenue. Some of them traded their old LeSabres and Park Avenues, reluctantly, I might add, on a Lucerne (much like the one in the background below) or a mid-sized LaCrosse. But they just weren’t the same, and I imagine the once-proud Flint manufacturer lost a lot of loyal customers over that move. Still, Buick churns on, and I imagine a lot of their old customers are driving Impalas, while Pontiac and Oldsmobile — two alternatives to Buick back in the day — are mere automotive history. Go figure. Saw this green (or is it blue?) Park last winter in Niagara Falls. Yes, those are snowflakes. Do not adjust your screen!
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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