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Old 10-05-2009, 03:00 PM
 
Location: Midwest
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My grandma still has her 1988 Buick Century thats she bought brand new, lol. She doesn't really drive it anymore but keeps it as a spare car and it runs like a champ. Most money she has sank into it was a fresh paint job in 2001.
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Old 10-05-2009, 06:39 PM
 
Location: Northeast Tennessee
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My grandma still has her 1988 Buick Century thats she bought brand new, lol. She doesn't really drive it anymore but keeps it as a spare car and it runs like a champ. Most money she has sank into it was a fresh paint job in 2001.
I like those 80s Centurys. There is one in a junk yard that I can actually see from the end of my driveway, but its a nice looking car. Its either a 1986, 87 or 88 model. I would like to find a 1985 Century Limited sedan in nice shape.

A friend has a 1990 Century Custom sedan... its still OK, but seen abuse since she inherited it from her ex-fiancee's grandpa. Thats a long story!
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