73 and newer cars

Discussion in 'Members Rides' started by Mike Atwood, Oct 11, 2004.

  1. noraarm

    noraarm Well-Known Member

    Here are a few of 1978 4 door skylark. baby 231 v6
     

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  2. 73Blue

    73Blue Active Member

    Here is the 1973 Century Regal I purchased in early May. One owner family- father to son, Military family -bought in VA, moved to CA, then Maine where he retired at Loring AFB before closing. The car had not been ran more that a few miles a year the last ten years- last sticker is 1995. Barely ran when I got it but for under a grand I felt worth it. The son did a paint job from factory light green (driver quality at best, although it was jammed pretty good.) and added these 14 inch rims which I love. After a good tuneup she runs, and allot to do but at least I could get it out of the garage for these pics! 133k on the original 350, 4bbl. Bench seat with arm rest that needs redo or bucket replace, no posi either but that can be remedied. Crank windows, AC, and hell, even a circ 80's Pioneer Super Tuner tape deck stereo that WORKS! It was nice to see the cross members already have the notches for dual exhaust although this has a single. "Restify" is my term here- not concerned about originality, but durability and driveability, and low buck Blue Collar Buick!
     

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  3. gsx455-4ever

    gsx455-4ever Gold Level Contributor

    73 Riviera
     
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  4. Bigpig455

    Bigpig455 Fastest of the slow....

    1973 Gran Sport Stage 1 4spd
     

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  5. Doug Ray

    Doug Ray Well-Known Member

    Excellent score :TU: Keep up on the pics with your progress.
    Good Luck :3gears:
     
  6. nekkidhillbilly

    nekkidhillbilly post whore

    looks just like the 77 my dad had
     
  7. 84 LeSabre

    84 LeSabre Its not a Granny car

  8. azroadmaster

    azroadmaster New Member

    My '92 Roadmaster Limited.
     

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  9. Hope to have a few better pictures as soon as I figure out if I know how to actually post one. But here is my 73
    David
     

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  10. STAGE-2 TORQUE

    STAGE-2 TORQUE STAGE-2 Buick "482 Stroker" soon!

    My 1987 Stage-1 Buick 455 Regal Special-T.

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    :3gears:
     
  11. smokum

    smokum Well-Known Member

    1973 Apollo. 350/350. No Rust. Interior is black-- near mint cond.
     

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  12. sean Buick 76

    sean Buick 76 Buick Nut Staff Member

    Nice car! Have you heard about the Apollo 350 cars that are running 11's in the quarter mile? NICE ride man, I love it!
     
  13. HeavensDevil

    HeavensDevil Well-Known Member

    Yeah very cool. Don't see too many clean ones around..
     
  14. Most of the pictures that have been posted on this thread are several years old. Anyone interested in a "Where are they Now" Perhaps new pictures of the progress on these or perhaps someone else owns some of them now?
    David
     
  15. wipri1960

    wipri1960 Member

    dat is prachtig! En op nederlands kenteken! Welke woonplaats?
     
  16. BOB5341

    BOB5341 BOB HAGGARD

    My 76 Century and 73 Opel (Buick's Import).
     

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  17. Bigpig455

    Bigpig455 Fastest of the slow....

    Haven't touched it since I bought it in 2011. Got it running, and driving the wheels off it.

    OK, I lied - i did charge the A/C.
     

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  18. garybuick

    garybuick Time Traveler

    What did you do for the intermittent wipers? Ive been trying to think of a way to do that.
     
  19. kick71

    kick71 Mike

    I like it! Side pipes cool
     

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