Celebrities and Their Buicks
While some celebrities prefer Porsche sports cars and classic cars, others prefer the versatile performance and comfortable interiors of Buick models. These four celebrities are proud to drive Buicks.
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This 1987 Buick Grand National belonged to David Spade, who referred to it as a “wolf in sheep’s clothing.” He was hesitant to take it out for night drives, due to its troublemaker appearance.
Darren McFadden's purple and green Buick Centurion, with 32” wheels.😍👌 pic.twitter.com/9ev24m8kJL
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McFadden is famous for his collection of lifted cars. His customized purple and green 1972 Buick Centurion (perhaps inspired by the Joker?) is one of the most outlandish models that he owns. McFadden also incorporated a personalized dashboard, brakes, and stereo into this ride.
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Today, Brad Pitt might prefer BMW and Audi vehicles. However, years ago, when he was first learning to drive, Buick was his ride of choice. Pitt’s first car was his parents’ 455 Buick Centurion.
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Black Eyed Peas
This 1964 Buick Riviera was once owned by a member of the Black Eyed Peas. Quite a few magazines featured a picture of this snazzy ride, which boasts a custom blend of “candy Pagan Gold with a gold flake base and pearl finish,” per the listing. The Remington 205/70 white wall tires complement the vehicle’s stable stance.
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