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    MW 1991: Buick Roadmaster Road Test

    There are two newscasters in Connecticut that have a Roadmaster and write about. Kinda funny. http://dennishouse.wordpress.com/2010/12/06/reason-728-to-own-a-buick-roadmaster/
  2. I found this on the website of the anchorman for Channel 3 in Hartford, Connecticut http://dennishouse.wordpress.com/2010/10/04/reason-727-to-own-a-buick-roadmaster/
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    Newscasters Buy Regal

    I still haven't seen one on the road, so I guess she was lucky to get one of the first Regals.
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    Newscasters Buy Regal

    Found this about some Hartford newscasters who bought a Regal She looks pretty young http://dennishouse.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/nothing-like-that-new-car-smell/
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    2011 Buick Regal on the lot in the wild

    Parsons is in suburban Hartford, Connecticut and is known as the biggest in NE and old school. Lots of pinstripes and they also put metal dealer badges on the trunk. Heard some hot blond tv newscaster bought the first Regal.
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    Buick Attracting Younger Buyers

    I imagine the Regal will lower the average age even more, and the Verano/Velite will help, too.
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    Buick Attracting Younger Buyers

    http://www.detnews.com/article/20100412/AUTO01/4120334/Buick-bounces-back-with-younger-buyers Down 7 years for an average is a lot. Not good news for Toyota, since I bet the average age of Lexus and the Camry is soaring.
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    2012 Buick Verano

    Heard a rumor that the selection of that name was chosen for a big reason. Verano means summer, which is a great name for a convertible. Could be based on the Opel Astra twintop
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    WHY I TRADED MY LEXUS FOR A BUICK.

    Nissan and Toyota didn't turn to the U.S. government for money because the Japanese government gives them cash all the time! The Japanese government also helps them with restrictive policies against U.S. automakers who want to sell cars in Japan. You need to get educated before saying stupid things.
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    WHY I TRADED MY LEXUS FOR A BUICK.

    I think we know by now smk has a strange hatred for Buick, and he loves to post it here when he stays up past his bedtime on a school night and uses his parents computer. If a Buick came standard with a cure for cancer, a Playboy bunny offering limitless sex, and free gas for life, he still wouldn't buy one.
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    Roadmaster wagons: future classic?

    Will they be worth money? Saw this blog about them: http://dennishouse.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/yes-i-really-drive-a-buick/
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    Buick Regal GS brings performance back to TriShield brand

    Look around. 70 year olds aren't buying Buicks like they used to....they are switching to the Toyota Camry. Seriously, does anyone under 55 buy a Camry? Yet in the NY area people in the 30s, 40s are buying Enclaves and Lacrosses
  13. A stick in a Buick! No need to buy an unreliable Audi A-4 or VW Jetta http://jalopnik.com/5408535/breaking-buick-regal-getting-a-manual-transmission
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    Regal Hybrid on way, maybe wagon

    http://blog.caranddriver.com/blazing-buicks-335-hp-regal-gs-regal-sport-wagon-being-discussed/
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    2011 Regal: A Buick bred on the Autobahn

    smk is home because there is no school today. lost in the shuffle? don't think so. This Regal was named European car of the year as the Opel Insignia and will be aimed at Audi A-4 customers. Should be easy picking considering Audi's spotty reliablity. Altima? Are you serious? Not with all the recalls Altima has had and Nissan's stepchild status among the Japanese automakers. Luxury brands can make 4 cylinders. Oldsmobile and Pontiac are gone, let's move on.

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