Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1987 Buick
Regal Turbo-T. After the energy crisis of the 70s and the ever
encroaching emission standards muscle cars lost a lot of their
muscle mass. Buick hit the scene with their lineup of Turbo V6
powered Regals and dominated the muscle car market. This 1987 Regal
Turbo-T is truly a sight to behold with it's broad shouldered
stance draped in a black paint job. As you walk around the vehicle
you'll notice nice details like the blackout grill and upright
turbo hood ornament. Take a seat inside and you're greeted by a
truly sporting cockpit. The gray upholstered bucket seats flank a
center console with shifter and the gauges include a boost gauge to
monitor the engine's performance. If you need a little extra
headroom pop off the locking glass T-tops! Under the hood is
Buick's legendary LC2 3.8 Liter Turbocharged V6 and is paired with
a 200R4 4 speed automatic. Factory rated at 245 HP and 355 lb ft of
torque imagine how this car can get up and go! If you're looking
for a sharp example of the greatest muscle car of the 80s this is
the one you want to own! Options include AC, AM/FM radio, t-tops,
cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power
windows, tilt wheel, seat belts, cloth interior and alloy wheels
wrapped in radial tires.
1987 Buick Regal
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