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The Buick Regal is an upscale mid-sized automobile that was first introduced by Buick for the 1973 model year. North American production ended in 2004 and began again in 2011. For the 2011 model year, Buick re-introduced the Regal to the North American market, positioned as an upscale sports sedan. Production and sales in China have continued since 1999.. For certain model years between 1973 ...
1987 Buick Grand National GNX Test Drive. The Buick GNX was a super version of the Regal Grand National built to honor its passing. McLaren Engines, Incorporated got the job of developing a special high tech, turbocharged V6 with an intercooler, fuel injection and electronic controls.
You are looking at the third 1987 Buick GNX to roll out the doors of the Limited Vehicle Group of the American Sunroof Corporation (ASC), and the very first of the GNXs sold to the American public.
Kirban Performance Products carries body and exterior parts, dress-up items, engine parts, etc. for many different car lines. The Buick Grand National is our main car line along with Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Mustang, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Mini Cooper, Pontiac GTO and many other car lines.
One of the baddest American cars ever to roll off the production line is the Buick Grand National. Retrofitted from the Buick Regal, the Grand National debuted in 1982 and was available until 1987.
GNX 547 Produced 276 HP @ 4400 RPM (actual HP rating was closer to 300) 360 ft-lbs of torque at 3000 RPM - GNX #033, owned by the President of ASC is the only GNX fitted with a ASC-installed astroroof
Buick (/ ˈ b juː ɪ k /), formally the Buick Motor Division, is an automobile brand of the American manufacturer General Motors (GM). It has the distinction of being the oldest active American marque of automobile, and was the company that established General Motors in 1908. Before the establishment of General Motors, GM founder William C. Durant had served as Buick's general manager and ...
Classic Buick, Classic Buick For Sale. Now a household name, the Buick Motor Company had its humble beginnings in Detroit, Michigan, where it was founded by Scottish immigrant David Buick. He opened its factory in 1903, which entitles it to the honor of being North America’s oldest auto manufacturer.
Scottish-American David Dunbar Buick incorporated the Buick Motor Company in Detroit on May 19, 1903. The company was innovative from the start; Buick and his engineers developed the valve-in-head engine, which produced more horsepower than similarly displaced competitors and is a design still used by a vast majority of the automotive industry today.
Buick Century specs: 1973-1977. The ’73-’77 Buick Century was a confusing mess, atleast for enthusiasts trying to keep track. Like Oldsmobile having several Cutlass variants, Buick had the same idea for the Century.