The full-sized Electra was a premium car offered by Buick from 1959 to 1990. The Electra replaced Buick’s Roadmaster in 1959 with the 225 Riviera at the top of the lineup. The first generation included four-door hardtops and sedans, a two-door hardtop, and a two-door convertible. Later, the Electra also came in a station wagon model. By the end of the sixth generation, in 1990, Buick discontinued the Electra name and replaced it with the Park Avenue, which previously had been only a trim level. Today, you can track down collectible, classic Electra models by searching for them at FossilCars.