Buick’s Reatta was the brand’s first production two-seater since the 1946 Model 46, as well as its last since going out of production. What today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe coupe lacks in seats, it more than makes up for in iconic '80s digital displays. But, will its price light up your life?
The Reatta wasn’t GM’s only chip in the ‘80s two-seater dip, they of course also offered up the Fiero through their now deceased Pontiac brand. Yesterday’s 1987 Fiero GT offered not just an awesomely clean original body but T-tops and a V8 conversion as well. Sadly for the seller, the majority of you felt that all didn’t add up to the car’s nearly twelve thousand asking price, and the car fell in an RCH-narrow 50.5% Crack Pipe loss.