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  1. #26
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    Here's my 87 t type we4 turbo
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    owen
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    "Eat dessert first...life is short"
    1970gsx (white) stg 1(#37)

  2. #27
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    Here are pictures of my 76 Century. It's a 4 door but I think it will be a perfect sleeper with a 455. Powered by a 81 buick 350 at the moment.
    http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/562863

  3. #28
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    Here is my 1976 Superior Buick Hearse by Armbruster/Stageway. It looks real bad right now but I think it is worthy of restoration. It is one of 35 made,notice there is 1 foot added after the rear door and the roof is taller and no glass in rear quarters. Dana Bennett. (I have 3 other Buicks but no pictures online at the moment, I am a big fan of the 71 to 76 full size GM's)
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    Default My first Buick Build up

    Here is my first Buick I built. 86 BUICK GN. Everything redone to the way I like them, different from everyone elses.
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  5. #30
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    Default My 3rd Buick build up

    In between the 1st and this GN I did a 70 GS Stage 1 clone. Again different from the rest.
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  6. #31
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    Heres my 87 GN
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    Ray Therrien-
    1970 Chevelle SS 454 (LS-6) 4-speed
    1969 Chevelle SS 396 (L-78) 4-speed
    1999 Camaro SS 6-speed
    (another Buick...coming soon!)
    My Former Buicks:
    1970 GSX Stage-1 auto saturn yellow
    1970 GS (GSXed) Stage-1 4 speed
    1987 Grand National 11 second beast!
    1987 Grand National stock 55k

  7. #32
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    another shot...
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    Ray Therrien-
    1970 Chevelle SS 454 (LS-6) 4-speed
    1969 Chevelle SS 396 (L-78) 4-speed
    1999 Camaro SS 6-speed
    (another Buick...coming soon!)
    My Former Buicks:
    1970 GSX Stage-1 auto saturn yellow
    1970 GS (GSXed) Stage-1 4 speed
    1987 Grand National 11 second beast!
    1987 Grand National stock 55k

  8. #33
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    My 73 GS 455 THAT'S UNDER RESTO!
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    Anthony
    73 GS 455 - UNDER RESTORATION!
    73 GS Stage 1
    73 GS 350 4 speed SCO Midnight Gray Paint
    71 Porsche 911E

  9. #34
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    one mor for now
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    Anthony
    73 GS 455 - UNDER RESTORATION!
    73 GS Stage 1
    73 GS 350 4 speed SCO Midnight Gray Paint
    71 Porsche 911E

  10. #35
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    Earlier in this thread 2 pics of my 73 Riviera.... some more pics to complete the story (sorry, not all is translated):

    http://www.usa-classics.nl/project_d...ct_id=42&id=40

    Hopefully later this (?) year about the same story of a 75 Riviera GS
    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

  11. #36
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    Default My 73 GS 350 4 speed

    This is my 73 GS 350 4 speed (factory)that is Burnt Coral with saddle notchback bench seat.3.42 rear,a/c,rr defroster,am/fm stereo w/rear speakers gauges,M21 muncie.Car is Sloan documented.
    Pat Harmon
    1970 QQ GSX back half car
    1970 462 Skylark

  12. #37
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    Default Here's my Dad's Roadmaster

    I'm kind of sorry i never pulled it out form away the snow bank ...it took a good picture.
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    Jarrod Jacobs

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    Default My '85 WH1 T-Type

    Here's my latest project....
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  14. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by bignastyGS
    This is my 73 GS 350 4 speed (factory)that is Burnt Coral with saddle notchback bench seat.3.42 rear,a/c,rr defroster,am/fm stereo w/rear speakers gauges,M21 muncie.Car is Sloan documented.
    This car is awesome! Post some more pics it looks great.
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  15. #40
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    Mine.....

    Anthony
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    73 GS 455 - UNDER RESTORATION!
    73 GS Stage 1
    73 GS 350 4 speed SCO Midnight Gray Paint
    71 Porsche 911E

  16. #41
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    Thats my favorite front end of all buicks! The 73's are wicked. My 76 has the stacked rectangle lights, not as nice in my opinion. I wonder if I could switch to that style grill and hood or if I would need to change the whole front clip. I'll need to do some measuring....

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    73-75 Century / Regals are different than the 76-77 Regals. The earlier models had hugh curves in the fenders and doors, the newer ones where flat panels. About the only cure you have is buy a 73 and sell me your 76 !!
    Todd N. No Buicks in the stable anymore

  18. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by BF2KNIGHT
    73-75 Century / Regals are different than the 76-77 Regals. The earlier models had hugh curves in the fenders and doors, the newer ones where flat panels. About the only cure you have is buy a 73 and sell me your 76 !!
    There were actually two different bodystyles of 76-77 Regal/Century. Mine is similar to the 73 but with different bumpers and lights. The first two pics are the curvy body and the last one is the flat one. Both 76.
    Last edited by sean Buick 76; 02-10-2008 at 06:37 AM.

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    I didn't realize you had a 4-door...I was referring to the coupes, totally different sheetmetal from 73-75 and 76-77. It's very possible for the 4-doors to interchange. The third pic is a Century, not a Regal, for 76-77..they had that "non-formal" front end as opposed to the Regals "formal" clip.
    Todd N. No Buicks in the stable anymore

  20. #45
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    I really want to get to the bottom of what changes were made to the front quarters from 73-77. There are some differences of sheetmetal around the bumpers from 73, 74 and 75. 73 and 74 are similar and 75 went to the less rounded front (still round lights) then in 76-77 they went to the dual rectangle lights But I'm still not convinced the 73 grill wouln'nt bolt on a 76. I may be wrong, but I can't find a car neer me to measure. .

    73-77 Buick front ends.
    Last edited by sean Buick 76; 02-10-2008 at 06:37 AM.

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    The 76 and 77 Century coupe (Special, standard model or Custom) and Regal or Regal S/R coupe had the flat bodysides and a completely different look from the 4 door body. While the 73-75 coupe bodies were similar to the 4 doors.
    The 1973-76 Century Custom, Luxus and Regal coupes had a formal roofline with smaller "opera" side windows. The 75-77 Special, the 73-77 base Century (or Century 350) coupe and the 73-75 Century Gran Sport had a larger triangular side window.

  22. #47
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    Thanks. That helps clear the fogg, that helps allot.

  23. #48
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    There you go...

    Anthony
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    73 GS 455 - UNDER RESTORATION!
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    71 Porsche 911E

  24. #49
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    I look forward to the update pics!

  25. #50
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    the blue 84 is my baby, the brown 86 is for sale, gonna have pics of the other 2 on here soon
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    1984 Regal Limited without an engine right now
    1970 GS 455 Convertible (in progress)<---hers
    2005 Tahoe (Daily driver)

 

 
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