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Buick Regal Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Buick Regal Brakes
Buick Regal Charging and Staring Systems
Buick Regal Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Buick Regal Cooling System
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Buick Regal Emission System
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Buick Regal Exhaust
Buick Regal Exterior
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Buick produced a midsize car called the Regal from 1973 until 2004. It started out looking a lot similar to other Buicks, but its image changed after a facelift in 1976, even though the V8 engine that was most popular did not change until 1978.
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The 1978 Regal was smaller than previous versions, but it featured a turbocharged 3.8 L V6. The smaller car plus powerful engine combination made it a performance car popular with people who missed the muscle car days of the late 60's and early 70's. This engine became the standard among buyers for the next 9 years. Aerodynamic changes in the early 80's allowed the car to compete on the NASCAR circuit, where it had several successful seasons. In 1982 the Regal Grand National was introduced to honor the model's NASCAR success. It featured a 200 hp turbocharged V6 engine and was relatively cheap for just $18,000. The engine continued to get stronger, and the economical muscle car started to overshadow Corvette in performace. For this reason, GM changed the Regal for 1988 and made it a economy car with very little performance to brag about. It stayed that way until a supercharged version became available in 1997 on the Series II V6 engine. The Grand National versions are very collectible today, selling for $40,000 or more. Other Regals are fairly cheap on the used car market, as are parts.
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