Out of all the Buick drag cars here on the board

Discussion in 'Race 400/430/455' started by 10sec 455, Oct 28, 2009.

  1. nitrousfish

    nitrousfish Dave Fisher

    Oh yeah and Gary G...badA$$ ragtop!
  2. D STAGE 2 455

    D STAGE 2 455 Well-Known Member

    Badbuik you don't have to wait 5-10 yrs. Your car is an inspiration for my '65 Special Deluxe wagon.

    JESUPERCAT No Slow Boat

  4. kid coulson

    kid coulson Well-Known Member

    More Buick Baddness

  5. kid coulson

    kid coulson Well-Known Member

  6. kid coulson

    kid coulson Well-Known Member

  7. kid coulson

    kid coulson Well-Known Member

  8. kid coulson

    kid coulson Well-Known Member

  9. kid coulson

    kid coulson Well-Known Member

    one more pic

  10. Buick

    Buick Ramin Ansari

    Thumper was #1 for me. As someone else said, Gary's car made quite an impression on a 16 year old who liked Buicks. Back then, that was the only Buick race car I ever remember seeing in Northeast Ohio, but I didn't get around much. Nevertheless, back then, there were few Buick guys around, and even less who knew how to make em run.

    Next would be a sweet yellow '69(?) 350, Tweety Bird. That thing flat "git it", for a 350.

    And more in the "modern era" is John Stevens' 455 Regal. A bit old school in a 1980's sort of way. Wheelies and dead-on dial-ins.
  11. Thumper (aka greatscat)

    Thumper (aka greatscat) Well-Known Member

    Thanks Ramin,
    She was one of the early,1980's, stage 2 racecars.
    Hint.We may get to see the "Bunny" race again soon.

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  12. Bruce Kent

    Bruce Kent Well-Known Member

    Being from the left coast there was only one obvious choice for me out here.

    It inspired me so much I eventually bought it.
  13. mygs462

    mygs462 Well-Known Member

    For ALL OUT BADASS it has to be Bobb Makleys car, for just the cool factor and great attention to detail, there are 2 for me, Steve Reynolds GSX race car and Gary Kubish's Black car, Both are so tastefully done you can look at them for hours.

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