Buick: "The Buick Electra 225 nameplate was introduced in 1959, with the “225” referencing the model’s overall length in inches. By 1975, the Electra grew to become the longest vehicle ever produced by Buick. It measured 233.7 inches from bumper to bumper."
Complex: The Electra was a beast and epitomized the "land-yacht" staple of American motoring. This was a car that was perfectly tuned for eating up that new highway system in great road trips. And for co-starring (as a '69 Electra) with Sir Mix-a-Lot in "My Hooptie."