The Buick Regal was a G-body coupe from General Motors that introduced the US to turbocharged performance and in 1978 was one of three cars available with a factory turbo; (the others being the SAAB 99 and Porsche 911 Turbo). The 99 and 911 were canyon carvers with small engines and manual transmissions but the Regal Grand National was an automatic transmission equipped cruiser that used a low pressure turbo and big displacement to go fast in a straight line. Find this 1986 Buick Grand National offered for $22,400 in Nobleboro, ME via craigslist. Tip from TeleArrow.
From the seller:
1986 buick grand national
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean
1986 Buick Grand National. This is a driver quality car. It has its share of paint blemishes and imperfections and a few minor door dings but is presentable. Runs and drives great. Interior in good shape, minor wear. Upgrades include larger turbo(have original) new fuel tank, new high output fuel pump, new windshield, new ignition coil’s and module, new crank and cam sensor, new plugs and wires, new muffler, brakes and booster replaced(have original), gauge cluster. Bluetooth radio. All lights work along with power windows, locks and power seat. Comes with tons of service records and documents, including build sheet. Two sets of keys. Clean Massachusetts title from previous owner. Currently registered and driven on weekends. A Grand National you can enjoy driving without breaking the bank. Can deliver within 100 miles.
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