1987 Buick Regal Turbo T WE4 documented 60k miles 1 of 1547 made
- Condition: Used
- Make: Buick
- Model: Regal
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Turbo T WE4 Grand National
- Year: 1987
- Mileage: 60,004
- VIN: 1G4GJ1179HP430654
- Color: Black
- Engine size: 3.8 Turbo
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Gray
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1987 Buick Regal
FOR SALE - 87 Turbo T, Rare WE4 (1547 made, one year only, according to Buick: fastest turbo buick after GNX, which I think is bullshit, but..). with a Clean title & Carfax. 60k miles $22,000 OBO (be reasonable with offers, I have no problem paying my mortgage and don't have any more kids on the way, at least not that I know of)
This car lived most of its life in Delaware, owned by an older couple until 1995 and then an elderly gentleman until I got it in 2012. He couldn't drive it and enjoy it anymore. This car has been well cared for its entire life and is an original 59k mile car.
All work performed by Jim Dunn & Ed @ Buick Turbo Performance from the day I got it to present, with some Turbo work and tuning by Bison.
The car has gone a best of 12.3 at 114 mph with this combo on pump gas/alky with drag radials at conservative 22lbs of boost.It's not a drag race car, but I usually run it once a year at Cecil County, MD. It's a big East Coast Buick gathering.
*** 08/30/16 Best Dyno numbers (100 degrees inside dyno room! High humidity)
408.71 rwhp, 505.49 ft lbs torque
List of new parts/work done:
Front suspension conpletely rebuilt with Moog parts.
Stock control arms taken out and refurbished using MOOG bushings
New lower steering column bearing
Heavy duty steering shaft
Rear suspension METCO control arms, upper and lower
All new rubber body bushings
New Savitske springs
New Savitske front and rear shocks
New Air bag in pass rear spring
New proportioning valve.
Powermaster works flawlessly
ATR stainless steel exhaust
New fuel sender and 340 fuel pump
New hotwire kit, 60 lb injectors
Alky control kit (single nozzle) controller mounted in dash bezel
High torque mini starter
New alternator high output
New K&N air filter
Upgraded valve springs
RJC power plate
Stock radiator rebuilt with heavy duty core
New coolant hoses
New oil cooler lines
New plug wires
New Racetrionix injector harness
New AC compressor, orifice tube, O-rings, STILL RUNS R12 – Ice Cold AC
Stock location Precision stretch intercooler with 3” neck
LS1 MAF and translator
Manual boost controller
New HR poly motor mounts left and right side
New HR Poly Trans mount
Transmission shifts perfect, has billet servo, and brand new 10" 2800 stall converter
External Trans cooler
New front brakes, rotors AC Delco
Alpine CD radio, with USB port
New front marker lights/turn signals
Detailed engine bay
GNX rear brace
New ACC carpet and headliner, seats and door panels are like new
NOS speaker grill panel (reproduction does not fit like NOS)
SpoolFool front and back bumper fillers
Paint is original, except trunk, header panel and hood. Couldn't take looking at tree sap and these parts were matched perfectly with the rest of the body. Roof has few tree sap stains, it unfortunately can't be easily "cut" into the rest of the paint.
Bumpers were taken apart and powdercoated black with NOS bumper strips (I'm sure you already figured that I go overboard!)
Car has professionally installed alarm (new, not in 1987)
Brand new speakers all around in stock locations
NO RUST! NO RUST ANYWHERE!
PLX wideband, PowerLogger and Scanmaster G all linked together and less than a month old
TurboTweak WideBand chip
Complete paperwork including dealer stuff and receipts since DAY 1 are included (5" binder)
Complete GNX dash conversion (real one, boost gauge is orange/green). Nothing was cut, plug and play. Even bezels that were cut were purchased extra.
Original dash and uncut bezels are included.
Car was just tuned dynoed by Bison
Anything original that was ever removed, is included with the car.
Did I mention that the car has 0 rust?
Some pictures to start you off in my build thread: