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NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

1995 Buick XP2000 Concept

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Interesting that this started as an Australian concept. The greenhouse looks kind of similar to the Holden Monaro/Pontiac GTO coupes. The rear looks like a first generation Olds Aurora, and the dash has some similar lines.

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This car is another example of GM not tossing out things used in a styling concpet.

While we may never see them in the exact car very often ideas get regenerated

The best example is the 1990 Fiero GT. They rehased it into a front engined hatch for the 4th gen F body. John Schinella told me the design was too good to throw away. They needed a new design when the GM 80 replacement for the F body was killed. He felt this was where they could carry over the basic theme of the design and adapt it to a different platform.

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