The interior of the 1961 Buick Electra is reminiscent of the 1960s Riviera Sedan. It features wood-accented dashboard, black leather upholstery, and contrasting vertical stripes. Custom models also have two-way power seats and storage consoles. The Electra’s standard equipment list includes power steering, an “Mirromatic” instrument panel, and directional signals. Those who wish to add a luxury car to their collection can choose an optional “Convertible,” which also features a tan convertible top and frame, and electric windows and windshield wiper/washer system.
1961 Buick Electra Interior – Wonderful Interior Ideas
The 1961 Buick Electra was a compact luxury car. The Electra was part of the company’s redesigned line-up, joining the Skylark/Special and the restyled Lincoln. The Electra’s interior was trimmed with cloth or leather trim, and there was a leather option for the convertible Electra. Its exterior featured chrome trim.