So here is a little history to keep my lies in check when I say I've owned a dozen buicks... and definitely more to come. :D
Started with the hand me down from my grandfather, a 1991 Buick Lesabre Limited, baby blue with dark blue vinyl top and dark blue interior. no shortage of blue.
-Next a 1987 Buick Park Avenue from dealer for 300 bucks, also, blue, dark blue vinyl and dark blue interior. It looked the exact same as the 91.
-1990 Buick Lesabre, Grey on grey, turned out to be a parts car.
-1988 Buick Lesabre T-Type, Silver, Found in Hamilton, trailered it back, wanted to keep it, turned into a parts car.
-1987 Buick Lesabre T-type, black, Found in Hamilton, trailered it back, wanted to keep it turned out to be a parts car that fed the Park avenue.
-1989 Buick Lesabre T-Type, Black, found in Toronto and took the train. Drove it back, wanted to keep it, turned into a parts car
-2006 Lexus IS 250 6MT, Had enough of the Buicks. Brand new put 45,000km on it, fun but expensive. Just short of $41k, living at home and had nothing else to spend money on.
-1987 Buick Lesabre T-Type Black, Found in Trois Riviere, trailered it back, fixed the timing chain, and drove it for years. Managed to get 8L/100km still. Died of a shot tranny, and rust was becoming uncontrollable.
-1988 Buick Lesabre T-Type Black, found locally, in very good condition, sold it another enthusiast that is taking great care of it.
-1998 Buick Regal GS, purple on tan. Was obnoxiously loud, lousy on fuel, things were broken, poorly taken care of, but went like a bat out of hell, someone had done a pile of work it. sold it a month later to get into Brittany.
-1988 Buick Lesabre T-Type, White on black cloth. Took a train 4 hours with my brothers, got blasted in quebec city and drove back the next morning. Good times. Worked perfectly, but tore it apart as it was a good candidate for the L67 Swap.
-Pontiac Bonneville SSEI. Bought for 500 with something wrong with it. Bought it for the L67 to swap into the 88 T-Type. Poor thing was subjected to a night of questionable practices, molestation and drunken havoc.
-2009 Mitsubishi Lancer DE(fwd), Electric blue, black interior, manual, it was a car I named Brittany...
-2004 Audi S4, Black on black on V8 6MT. Balls. Super clean, never winter driven example and unmolested, completely OEM. Still driving it in the summer only. Balls.
-2003 Buick Regal LS, sliver with mixed leather/cloth interior, winter snow bank basher. -1998 Audi A8 Quattro. Blue on blue. Smiths old relatives car. Put 6 months of work into it, registered in Jan 2016, and has been smashing snow banks effortlessly since.
-2005 Audi A4 3.0 Quattro Auto. Angs car to replace the Civic. Okay not really mine, but I maintain and modify it like its mine! Silver on Black, picked it up with 72,000km for $9,000 and she loves it.
Special shout out goes to the Huff, anytime there is a trailer mentioned, it was him with the trailer helping me out. I'd also hate to see your list.