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See this 1981 Daytona 500-winning and street-driven Buick Regal replica on 2019 HOT ROD Power Tour

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https://www.hotrod.com - The ‘80s is an overlooked era of NASCAR. However, it was time of great importance for the sport, filled with moments like Air Force One landing along-side the 1984 Firecracker 400, just Google it.

’51 Studebaker offered with matching pedal car

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https://www.motorauthority.com - Not only does the Pick of the Day, a 1951 Studebaker Champion Regal Starlight coupe, come with what the seller terms “great history,” it comes with a matching 1951 Giordani Studebaker child’s pedal car.

2019 Buick Regal TourX

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https://www.kbb.com - The 2019 Buick Regal TourX combines the added ground clearance and large cargo area of a compact SUV with the styling, driving characteristics and interior of a sleek European sports sedan. Standard all-wheel drive adds grip on all road surfaces, but oddly the advanced driver assists standard on many competitors are optional on the TourX..

2019 Buick Regal Sportback

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https://www.kbb.com - The 2019 Buick Regal Sportback takes all that we love about European luxury sedans and combines it with the hatchback versatility of a compact SUV. Powered by a fuel-efficient turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, the Regal Sportback’s lower price and feature-rich content easily undercut premium sedans such as the Audi A5 Sportback and Kia Stinger..

Rare Rides: Take Note of a 1960 Opel Rekord

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https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Long before Opel became a donor for the badge-engineered Cadillac Catera and Buick Regal, the then GM-owned company shifted its own cars on North American soil. Today’s Rare Ride is a very early example of such a North American offering: It’s a two-door Rekord sedan from 1960.

2018 Buick Regal GS — Replanting Buick’s performance flag

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http://www.aboutthatcar.com - The example Buick delivered to my driveway for a week-long evaluation was Sport Red Regal GS, which is Buick speak for bright red. Also featuring standard all-wheel drive with torque vectoring, it carried a $44,115 price tag, including $4,120 in options and the $925 factory delivery fee. This may seem a little pricey for a midsize sedan that doesn’t wear a luxury logo, but Buick has packed a lot of standard gear and technology into, what can only be called, a gorgeous wrapper.