Exactly! So we agree then?
I never want to feel the way those guys did when the TRs hit the show room floor. I don’t want some gay-ass four-door family car branded as a performance vehicle stealing the Turbo Regal glory.
So no. I am not eager to see another Buick performance car in the future.
Agreed, that new 4 door sedan doesnt cut it compared to the turboregals of the 80s. Speaking about More than just the power, im especially enamored with the looks of my GN. Whats rolling out of buick showrooms now is not comparable to the g body turbo regal, not even close. While there are less buicks it seems the cars still left are the best preserved. Even since i bought mine when i turned 18 the prices have shot up drastically and (im barely 20 now) it took a long time to find an 86 with no options but a posi and concert sound when i could finally afford it. Took a one way flight to arizona and got it from nick. That drive home was the best day of my life. The price and rarity of these cars might be a barrier to entry but it absolutely ensures they go to the right owners. In my experience the turbo regal community is great, and after a few long nights in the garage i made it to the last buick at bates and was blown away by how many buicks showed up. Everyone i talked to was passionate about their cars. Personally ill drive mine until im buried. Just from my perspective--Hard to tell this community is "dying".