Devoted CC reader/commentator Tom Klockau cranked the 404 on the first guess. Très bonne! So here we go again, but this time maybe the wait won’t be as long. Good night and good luck.
1992 Buick Regal Coupe (Not an earlier model due to the clear turn signal lenses)
I owned an ’88 coupe, followed by a ’91 sedan.
+1. — Not fast enough today………..
To be fair, you did hint at this one in the Cornucopia Walk and Talk.
A-body Cutlass Ciera – part of the Cutlass Chronicles.
StromBlogger’s got it. I requested to see more of from the cornucopia walk and talk, BTW.
Blast. I never get to these things early enough. Definitely a Regal coupe.
I spent much of my high school years bombing around in a buddy’s ’88 Regal Custom. What a dog. And the ’88-’94 models get my vote for “Worst Interior Ever,” especially the base cars, which had the world’s least convincing fake wood.
But I will say this: That Buick just kept going and going. The whole car was shot, every component had reached its designed-in “GM Fail Point.” It was far from reliable and it took a lot of determination from my friend’s cheapskate dad, but that car just wouldn’t die. It was the poster child for “GMs run bad longer than most cars run at all.” That car had over 200,000 miles on it the last time I saw it, which still boggles my mind.
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