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New Buick, Old Navy

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I'm getting cautiously excited about this car again...just wish it was called Invicta.

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No doubt - or why not Regal?

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Thats very impressive. My first Buick was a Skylark and I loved that car. I have a beautiful Maui Blue Reatta in the driveway now. I was totally jazzed in the mid to late 80's at what Buick was doing. The last 20 years...not so much. I want to see Buick not just 'survive' but to prosper and become something other than the car of choice for the geriatric crowd that cant afford a Cadillac. I sure hope that GM doesnt throw them under the bus.

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I'm getting cautiously excited about this car again...just wish it was called Invicta.

Invicta would have been my choice as something or but new again.

Lacrosse and Regal conjer up some of Buick good but not great years. I think of a Old W car that was not bad but not great and My moms rusted out Regal.

At least with Invicta to the young it is new and if your old enough it will bring back more positive memories of the Buick of old.

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surprisingly, I am actually liking this Buick! The headlamps seem to be the only thing detracting from the great looks of concept. I wish they could have translated the headlamp design to the production car instead of using what appear to be garden-variety round headlights: Click here, the concept's headlamps looked great!

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