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2011 Buick Regal live unveiling - Click above for high-res image gallery

Last night General Motors' superstar train blew into Los Angeles for a gala event at one of Hollywood's most iconic theaters, the Palladium. Designed by Hoover Dam architect Gordon Kaufman and opened by a $1 Frank Sinatra concert in 1940, the Palladium has played host to a who's who of music superstars including James Brown, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Madonna and the Pixies.

The Palladium wasn't just for music. President Jack Kennedy held a dinner there in 1961, and Martin Luther King Jr. was honored at the Palladium in 1965 after he received the Nobel Peace Prize. However, the Palladium's fortunes declined. Things got so bad that it was forced to close down for eight weeks in the early '90s. Recently, however, the Hollywood Palladium underwent a multi-million dollar renovation that successfully returned the theater to its former glory. Which leads us to Buick and the new 2011 Regal.

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After looking at these photos, I am willing to retract my earlier statement about the back end of the vehicle. It looks good. However, please remove the flexfuel logo from the car.

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After looking at these photos, I am willing to retract my earlier statement about the back end of the vehicle. It looks good. However, please remove the flexfuel logo from the car.

Wow, yes, and yes!

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After looking at these photos, I am willing to retract my earlier statement about the back end of the vehicle. It looks good. However, please remove the flexfuel logo from the car.

The Flexfuel was the first thing I saw that just did not fit. My first thought was if I bought one I would have it removed asap.

These are horrible photo's and the car still lookd great.

Nice to see GM is sticking to the premium concept and is keeping the better headlights and other details on the car.

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