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Justin LOVES Turbo Regals, Especially "Blue Guy"

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Blue Guy

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This is Daddy's car.  I bought it brand new in December 1986.  It was totally reworked and

hit the track.  Its best time is 11.04.  The best MPH is 122.  The original factory accessories

are still on there.  It has PS, PB, AC, PW and a stereo.  Yes, go fast with class.

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This is a Turbo Regal Limited.  Yes, you could have an off the floor 13 second car with

pillow seats.  And they wonder why GM is having problems today. 

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Here's a Turbo Regal in white.  Some people would think this is a street racer wannabe. 

They would be wrong!  I think the fading tail lights would let them know that they had

been SERVED.

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This is probably Justin's ultimate dream.  A GNX Monster Truck.  I don't like it, but I'm

not Justin.

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This is a single turbo Buick.  I'm not sure of the times now, but it's one fast car!

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Grand National Pictures

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The numbers in this picture represent the time in the quarter mile.  This car is closer to

stock than most people like to think!

Buick Powered S-10

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This is an S-10 pickup with a Turbocharged Buick V-6.  It is a factory sponsored prototype

to the Syclone pickup of the early 90's.  A problem arose in that the Buick engine required too much

modification to be used, thus the Syclone had a 4.3 Vortec engine.  Many people bought

Syclones thinking they were buying a Buick powered pickup.  They were WRONG!  

Oh, by the way, the fastest Pontiac to go down the dragstrip was powered by a Buick

engine (1989 Turbo Trans Am).