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  1. Buick Regal Sport Coupé (1977–1981) Produktionszeitraum: 1977–1987 Karosserieversionen: Limousine , Kombi , Coupé Motoren: Ottomotoren: 3,2–5,7 Liter (62,5–180 kW) Länge: 4978–5095 mm Breite: Höhe: Radstand: 2746 mm Leergewicht: 1355–1542 kg Ende 1977 wurde der Regal mit verkleinerten Außenmaßen und einer neuen Version des bekannten 3,8-Liter-V6-Motors vorgestellt. Dieses ...

  2. The Buick LaCrosse is a mid-size sedan manufactured and marketed by Buick since 2004. The LaCrosse is now in its third generation, slotted above the Buick Regal as the brand's flagship vehicle. The first-generation LaCrosse replaced the Century and Regal in North America beginning in the 2005 model year, serving as the brand's mid-size car.

  3. An estimated 54,129 acres (21,905 ha) of the San Juan National Forest were burned, with losses estimated at more than $31 million. Given the fire risk from coal cinder-sparked wildfires, the railroad's owner plans to invest several million dollars to replace coal-power with oil-power for its steam locomotives and has acquired two new narrow ...

  4. Starting in April 2007, the WM Caprice was sold in China under the Buick brand as the third-generation Park Avenue, replacing the outgoing WL Caprice-based Buick Royaum. It is the only version of the Caprice that was not fully built in Australia by Holden; complete knock down kits were exported by Holden to China for local assembly by Shanghai ...

  5. Allison moved full-time to the Grand National circuit in 1965 and got his first victory at Oxford Plains Speedway on July 12, 1966. During the course of his career, Bobby Allison accumulated 84 credited victories and 2 uncredited victories making him fourth all-time, tied with Darrell Waltrip . [6]

  6. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen SCCA National Sports Car Championship 1962 Walt Hansgen: Briggs Cunningham: Cooper Monaco T61-Buick: 100 mi (160 km) Grand Prix at Watkins Glen SCCA National Sports Car Championship 1963 Bob Holbert: Porsche 718 RS61: 300 km (190 mi) Watkins Glen Sports Car Grand Prix United States Road Racing Championship: 1964 Jim Hall

  7. Buick: 31: 11 12 25 4,880 53 1982: Darrell Waltrip (2) Junior Johnson (Junior Johnson & Associates) 11 Buick: 30: 7 12 20 4,489 72 1983: Bobby Allison: Bill Gardner (DiGard Motorsports) 22 Chevrolet Buick: 30: 0 6 25 4,667 47 1984: Terry Labonte (1) Billy Hagan (Hagan Racing) 44 Chevrolet: 30: 2 2 24 4,508 65 1985: Darrell Waltrip (3)

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