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1989 Buick Reatta Base 2dr Coupe on Ebay with 44,000 Miles.

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Looks like a very well taken care of Reatta available on Ebay for those interested...

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1989-Buick-Reatta-Base-2dr-Coupe-/183017699862?nma=true&si=DpMaux2p8k9Ge5ApTfYonUEajZ4%3D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

 

 

 

 

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That is a remarkably clean car, the interior especially had almost no apparent fade in the carpet, and blue is pretty bad for fading. Rather impressed with the final price too. Just a few years ago, I doubt it would've cleared $5000. Seems the Reatta is finally getting some respect. 

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On 1/25/2018 at 12:00 AM, KDirk said:

That is a remarkably clean car, the interior especially had almost no apparent fade in the carpet, and blue is pretty bad for fading. Rather impressed with the final price too. Just a few years ago, I doubt it would've cleared $5000. Seems the Reatta is finally getting some respect. 

too bad all the carpet isn't available new.i was surprised with the price too.with minor body work and paint and carpet mine could look not too much worse than that.

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Getting off topic here, but if your carpet is faded (and otherwise decent meaning no burns,  indelible stains or tears) I wholeheartedly recommend carpet dye kits from Leather Magic. Their product does a very nice job and is available in most  stock GM interior colors. I've used it and will vouch for it.

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Kind of back on topic.  No one would pay $6450 for a Reatta UNLESS it was intended to be collected so this is good to see.  The car is worth it as  a collector car.  So then, you have to look at whether they overpaid.  I would say NOT.  Sapphire Blue is a nice color to collect.  Had this coupe sold for $10,000 or more, I would say maybe they overpaid but it might still be a good buy for a buyer with lots of cash, I guess.    

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On 1/27/2018 at 2:08 AM, KDirk said:

Getting off topic here, but if your carpet is faded (and otherwise decent meaning no burns,  indelible stains or tears) I wholeheartedly recommend carpet dye kits from Leather Magic. Their product does a very nice job and is available in most  stock GM interior colors. I've used it and will vouch for it.

that color?thats my color.mines really faded but good otherwise.

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Not the blue specifically I haven't. I have used medium Beechwood  (tan) and the burgundy, the name of which escapes me presently. Leather magic sells the burgundy under a specific name I'll need to go back and look for, as there were two or three shades in that family. Someone here a while back did redo their carpets in blue,  and I know they posted pictures at the time.

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