The first generation Buick Regal was just a version of the full-sized Century with some extra options, but in 1978 Buick introduced a new Regal on a downsized A-body (later renamed to G-Body in 1982) that was hit. GM sold plenty when new and today they have a strong cult following — with many owners modifying them to look cleaner and boosting the horsepower of the original V6 or V8 engines. This next one has a late model LS based 5.3 small block (probably an LM7) and is certainly a hoot to drive. Find this 1983 Buick Regal bidding on eBay for $6,700 with 5 days to go located in Natchez, MN.
From the seller:
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||1G4AJ47A9DH905010||Mileage:||4500|
|Sub Model:||Ls Swap||Drive Type:||RWD|
|Options:||CD Player||Fuel Type:||gasoline|
|Interior Color:||Black||For Sale By:||Private Seller|
|Body Type:||Coupe||Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty|
|Model:||Regal||Number of Cylinders:||8|
|Disability Equipped:||No||Power Options:||Air Conditioning|
This is a 2 owner vehicle. This is car was built over the last year. There are a couple of chips on the paint. You can barely see them. It has a built 5.3 bored over to 5.7 with a 4l60e transmission with a 2500 stall converter. Dakota Digital HDX-84B-REG dash, with 84-87 Regal dash. I have the Grand National turbo wheels with BFGoodrich g-Force COMP-2 tires with custom lettering. I also have an excellent set of 695 Riddler wheels 17 inch front and 18 inch rear included. This car is built for cruising but it is fast. Custom interior done. Trim pieces could use a little paint touch up but very unnoticeable. I haven’t had time to drop off to the shop to redo them. Everything works as should. This car is highway ready. I will listen to reasonable offers. I also have the vehicle listed locally so I have the right to end this auction early. God bless and stay safe.
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