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  1. #1
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    Default 73 and newer cars

    OK guys...looks like we lost the last thread on these. Please repost your pics !

    Mike

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    Default My '81 Regal with a 455!

    My 1981 Regal!
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    Default 1973 Centurion ragtop

    here we go
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    Jason S.
    1973 Centurion convert 455-4bb/400th
    stock and original except paint

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    Default 75 LeSabre Ragtop

    Here's my 75...Still working on it. I've added RWOL tires and white stripes. New carpet is going in now...just in time for SNOW by the end of the week.
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    Todd N. No Buicks in the stable anymore

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    i guess technically turbo cars fit into this category? We've got a couple regals... Wont have the '84 til sunday, its mine, and im getting my dads turbo motor as he is going 4.1 liter soon. He'res my '84
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    Marty & Josh

    support our troops!

    1971 convertible gs455 clone
    1985 GN your average 10 sec street car


    previous buicks-
    1970 Skylark Custom, 1987 WE4, 1984 regal '87 gn powered, 1972 skylark 350, 1986 LeSabre, 1996 Riveara

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    He'res dads 85 intercooled gn, soon to be a mid 10 second monster!
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    Marty & Josh

    support our troops!

    1971 convertible gs455 clone
    1985 GN your average 10 sec street car


    previous buicks-
    1970 Skylark Custom, 1987 WE4, 1984 regal '87 gn powered, 1972 skylark 350, 1986 LeSabre, 1996 Riveara

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    Default 74 century 350 4bbl

    74 century 350/4bbl auto. i bought it as a parts car and decided i liked it too much. for a big car it is a lot of fun to drive!
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    rob tabish
    69 skylark 350/2bbl [gone but not forgotten]
    81 honda CB900 custom [slightly modified]
    81 honda CB900F [really modified]
    77 El Camino 350/4bbl [cruck]
    and a whole bunch of junk!!

  8. #8
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    73 and 74 fast back roof's are WAY cool, save it, maintain it, mine makes Vette and Stang owners cry on those stoplight holeshots, plus, these cars are enjoying renewed attention now that they are hard to find in good order, Benisek Jones held the NHRA class record with a 73 in 73 and 74 with one of these! Shane

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    Default free spirit

    here is my 1976....




    or hit that cheap web site down below for more
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    * 1972 350 GS....started frame off resto...08-2005
    2 late now-its finish or BUST..-69.4 % almost done -


    Frank Rex

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    Earlier this year: the engine and the tranny






    Right now: some minor work; interior
    After this winter (when coming back from another tour; Iraq this time): re-paint.
    Any color suggestions?? (I was thinking bout same color and a white/cream vinyl top)
    Rob

    ROA/BCA/BPG

    68 Wildcat Custom 2dr
    69 Electra 225 Custom 4dr (gone)
    71 Electra Custom 2 dr
    72 Electra Limited 4dr (in California awaiting another road trip in '16))
    72 Estate Wagon
    73 Riviera
    75 Riviera GS

    My garage

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    I think this should qualify as newer than 73
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    Neal
    87 Buick GN
    Best E/T 9.40 at 142.7

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    Here's my pics of two of my rides. Both are Regal Limiteds, ofcourse one is a turbo and the other is not, but I'm building a 455 so I should have the best of both worlds.
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    Davey

    1987 WE4
    87 Regal Limited NA conversion
    86 455 Regal, turbo 400, Ford 9"
    86 Regal 3.8 with a 4.1 intake manifold and a 4-barrel


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    My 1974 Le Sabre
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    A 500$ winter beater, no power options, 350-4V. Not pretty but fun to drive in snow!
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    I really like this one, it has the H.D. suspension with auto level control, 2.73 posi and most heavy duty options.
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    It came without a vinyl top but, unfortunately, one was added later by the previous owner.
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    It has most options: AM-FM stereo with power antenna, delay wipers, Automatic Climate Control, automatic power door locks, fuel usage gauge and low fuel indicator, headlammps-on indicator, speed alert, cruise, dual power seats, door warning lights, heated glass defroster, lighted visor mirror, driver and passenger side air bags, trunk carpeting, light monitors, 80 amp alternator and many more...
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    I learned to drive on a 76 Limited Sedan and my first car was a 75 Regal coupe. I wish I had pics to post of those two....
    Todd N. No Buicks in the stable anymore

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    hey phil, those are 2 beauties!!
    here where i live, they are very rare,demolition derbies destroyed them!! ARRRGH!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod84buick
    hey phil, those are 2 beauties!!
    here where i live, they are very rare,demolition derbies destroyed them!! ARRRGH!!
    Demo derby isn't very popular here but winter and salt desintegrated most of the 70's cars...

  22. #22
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    Default My 73 Century Luxus

    We had a nice day last Thursday so I took a few pics of my car and thought I'd share with ya'll.
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    BPG # 1190
    1973 Buick Century 16.14 @ 84.49 w/ stock 350
    Now has a 464. 13:1 comp, eagle rods, TA 608 cam (.595 intake .601 exhaust w/ 1.60 TA roller rockers) Alum Stage 1 heads, SP1, Holly HP1000, MSD/Mallory ign,

    Be who you are and say what you feel. The people who matter don't mind and the people who mind don't matter.--Dr. Seuss

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    Default continued

    and here are a few more.
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    BPG # 1190
    1973 Buick Century 16.14 @ 84.49 w/ stock 350
    Now has a 464. 13:1 comp, eagle rods, TA 608 cam (.595 intake .601 exhaust w/ 1.60 TA roller rockers) Alum Stage 1 heads, SP1, Holly HP1000, MSD/Mallory ign,

    Be who you are and say what you feel. The people who matter don't mind and the people who mind don't matter.--Dr. Seuss

  24. #24
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    Default Lesabre T Type

    Here is a shot of my 1989 Lesabre T Type. I am the second owner. It only has 15,000 miles on it, and still wears the original tires. Not much for straightline acceleration, but a fun car to take into the turns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joebuick
    Here is a shot of my 1989 Lesabre T Type. I am the second owner. It only has 15,000 miles on it, and still wears the original tires. Not much for straightline acceleration, but a fun car to take into the turns.
    These are my favourite 80's FWD Buicks. They shouldn't have stopped to produce this model in 1990
    Too bad there is nothing comparable in the actual Buick models. The 97-04 Regal GS also looked relatively good, There was even a modified GSX version of them . I'd be surprised if they produce a La Crosse GSX or an Allure GSX!

 

 
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