You know, Buick Estate was the name that Buick used to describe their station wagons. It was a fine vehicle indeed, produced from 1940 to 1990. Most of these cars had their sides covered with wood—it was actually faux wood grain that appealed to the more affluent buyers. The problem was that underneath the faux wood, rust was very much alive. When the wood fell off, it would usually reveal large, gaping holes! An Estate car cover would have saved that Buick! If your Buick Estate doesn't have a Buick car cover, it's time that it did. AutoAnything can help you there.
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Reviewed By MICHAEL S (Mount Vernon, NY)
—5/1/2015 3:15 PM
Top quality cover - perfect fit! It even has an antenna pouch! Pleased beyond expectations! Real bang for the buck! When my cover on my other car wears out - I will definitely purchase from Auto Anything.
A Buick Estate car is, in a way, more susceptible to the ravages of the environment. The faux wood grain is responsible for that. The hot sun's rays discolor the faux wood, while the rain eats the metal from the inside. Wind-borne particles, bird muck and insect acids all contribute to the paint's eventual demise. However, a Buick Estate car cover can do wonders for your car by protecting your Buick's finish. Besides having the best Buick Estate car covers for your car, AutoAnything offers free shipping for your Estate car cover, and no minimum order, too! And, AutoAnything supports your order with a 1-year lower price guarantee.