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  1. Introduce Yourself To The Community
    Well after some searching I found this '87 T-type, crank windows, radio delete, FE3 Suspension, Posi-traction, with 32k one owner miles in WVa. It's back home in Michigan now. Needs some bumper fillers and a good polishing, but other than that, it's ready for action. And I know...the trailer...
  2. Introduce Yourself To The Community
    Hey all - A year ago my lovely wife bought me a beautiful grey 87 t-type. 38k with a number of mods but stock appearing, pretty much flawless in and out. The car has been in the family for a while, dad bought it in Denver 12-15 years ago. I know it has chip, brake, turbo, intake mods.....I...
  3. Southern United States
    1984 Regal T-Type. Less than 500 miles on rebuilt 3.8. .030 over with coated hypereutectic pistons, rings, bearings, HV oil pump, stock cam and lifters, mild port work on heads, upgraded injectors, headers, TT chip (makes 15 lbs of boost), cold air intake. Runs strong and reliable. New...
  4. Southern United States
    We found the car of your dreams at an amazing price! $8500 The Buick Turbo Cars from 1978-1987 are some of the finest looking and best running cars to come out of Michigan in many a year. The Grand Nationals from 1984 and up, have out ran just about everything at the Dragstrip, in almost any...
  5. "Before Black"
    Hi, I Posted it here in the classifieds, but thought the Before Black crowd here would be interested, thought here seems to be a little less activity here recently. Please see listing link below...
  6. Eastern United States
    Hi, My wife and I have decided to offer our 'baby', the car I've owned since 1988. It's an 81 Regal Limited Coupe that has been upgraded over the years and enjoyed/ driven as a primarily a classic/cruiser over the last decade. I have been in the process of making a period correct version of...
  7. Buick V6 Turbo Tech
    Hello, My name is Brandon and my Dream car is a Grand National. I own a 83 T-type and I was just wondering if I could get some tips on how to turn my T-type to a legit looking GN. I know some people would say keep it original but this is my dream car...on a budget
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