The Buick Turbo V6.
Darth Vader, your Buick is ready.
Buick didn’t have any performance platforms like Chevrolet or Pontiac.
Plane ride to the first day of qualifying. By mistake.
I worked on four Indy Pace car paint schemes, all Buicks.
Dean’s Garage first post.
Concise history including the cultural impact of Pontiac’s Trans Am. Book review.
Last hurrah for the 3.8 Turbo Buick V6.
“I remember taking it to work and wanting to change lanes and all you had to do was just stab the throttle and the thing would “choo-choo” and it would skid over. You didn’t have to move the steering wheel, it would just shift lanes. It was wonderful.”—Steve Pasteiner
“GM Teamwork and Technology for Today and Tomorrow.”
Just because the factory wouldn’t or couldn’t build it didn’t mean you couldn’t get one.
Book review. This is how they do cars at GM Design these days.
Michael Lamm found himself drawn to the kookier cars at Pebble Beach.
My gasoline infused bloodstream probably came from my dad.
During burnouts, Csere said “the tires… made not the squealing sound… it was a harsher sound almost like the tread was being ripped off the tires.”
1989 Pontiac 20th Anniversary Turbo Trans Am Updated: 10/1/2015 This car marks the end of the Turbo Buick era. GM’s last installation of the turbocharged and intercooler 3.8 liter V6. The same engine that powered the legendary 1987 Buick Grand National GNX. Finally installed in a platform that made sense. A car that came complete…Read details
That’s the way John was. He was constantly trying to put things together, and he’d do anything to help someone.