Time will tell if the Buick
Reatta becomes a collectable classic, but from the looks of things it already has a decent following. When it was introduced in 1988 it came in coupe form, with the soft-top convertible following a couple of years later. It was billed as Buick's modern-era two-seater, yet in 1991 production of both body styles of the Reatta ended. Its platform was shared with the Cadillac
Allante, and was essentially an abridged version of the GM E chassis used in the Buick Riviera and Cadillac Eldorado.