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Oct 31, 2010 11:09AM

As Ranger91 said Buick going back in time. 


But the most memorable of Buick's previous accomplishments to me, the Grand National during the 80's. 

Oct 31, 2010 2:10PM

Most of our citizens are struggling to make payments on ugly plastic utilitarian soccer mom urban/assault vehicles. SUV/minivan/family crossovers were $30,000 to get a few amenities deemed necessary to make them bearable for all around use,even higher if the bigger engine/drivetrain was included.Most of the cars in this article are beyond the wildest dreams of most of us,and we are yearning for early '70 style value in pricing related to our mean income,in short vehicles without on-star navigation,computer opertated braking/rollover enhancements,and so many systems that simply won't work very long. A 396 Nova was a real blast,a RoadRunner seated 6,and they didn't cost more than the average annual income. Seems so simple.

Oct 24, 2010 1:52PM
The Regal isn't taking the brand in a new direction,it's taking it back to where it's been before. The Grand Sport Buicks of the 1960's and early 1970's offered balanced performance when most domestic musclecars were straight line only specials. It is a welcome return.
Oct 31, 2010 10:41AM
I'm so sorry for those people wanting to buy a porsche...I mean how will they make up their minds!? That boxster spider looks like a mini carrera gt, the 911 speedster looks killer awesome and the gts blows your mind even more...I would want them all :s
Oct 1, 2012 5:41PM
Ok totally looked up the Equus hood ornament.. that thing is freaking awesome!!! bring that to the US!!! we do Gaudy pretty well.. just look at the chrysler 300...
Oct 31, 2010 4:06PM
u must have forgotten about the Toyota gt-one tso20 
Oct 31, 2010 10:00PM

Buy American, Now that F-ing hilarious, the most American made vehicle now is Toyota with their plant still in Tennessee (for the moment). I grew up in a family that gave their lives to the auto industry and I watch the few that struggle to keep their job just a little longer, I've been watching my family and friends all over the US all with jobs related to the auto industry losing their jobs.

GM, Ford, Dodge, Chrysler, what is left here in the US, what is Still in Canada is a fading thing. They have moved most of their plants down to Mexico to save cost on production. Funny thing is they raised the cost of their cars to the consumer. I have seen this first hand, in so many ways, and good luck to all of you who believe in buy American. Show me one product that is still made in America, even MOST of the flags you fly aren't even made here. Sad isn't it ?

Oct 31, 2010 6:10PM
I like the Ford Taurus that is an awewome car this year!
Oct 31, 2010 6:27PM
I have always liked the Chevy Impala, to me it is an all around car, it rides good , corners good and when it has the spoiler on,  not a bad looking car, it needs a better paint job though. I wish chevy would come back with the design of the 60's, the chevy nova was an awesome car to. It had a lot of power and it was very dependable, the old saying, take care of your car and it will take care of you.
Oct 31, 2010 2:24PM
Don't be fooled by ignorant reporters at msn, Toyota has an extensive resume when it comes to racing, only they never applied their experience to their consumer vehicles after the MKIV Supra. To this day the Supra remains a strong competitor, an over-engineered car with an engine capable of handling 900 wheel hp on the stock connecting rods and pistons. Toyota was hugely successful with their Supra in JGTC racing, which most Amerikans are ignorant to because that racing series never came to America. Toyota has also raced successfully in WRC in the 90's, another racing series that most Amerikans are ignorant to because that form of racing never came to America. Instead Amerikan motosports has been dominated by the boring redneck series that which is NASCAR, a racing series that requires little skill in which a driver turns left on an oval track 200 times. Lexus' new LFA will go down in history as one of the best cars of all time and it may even appreciate in value because the Amerikan market is only getting 170 or so examples. Unlike chevys corvette or Porsches 911 which are made in extremely large numbers today so that every 30k dollar a year millionaire can finance one. Lexus has spared no expense building the LFA. Good things don't just happen over night as much testing was done on aerodynamics to make this car handle as good as it accelerates while still retaining the famous Lexus/Toyota reliability and comfortable interior. Move aside government motors, your plastic car with a large displacement motor AND forced induction gets its butt whipped on the Ring by the more technologically advanced and no doubt better engineered Lexus. Carbon ceramic brakes, the best carbon fiber manufacturing techique known to man, a F1 inspired V10 and wind tunnel designed aerodynamics are just a few of this cars awesome attributes.
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