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    eBay Find of the Day: 1979 Lotus Esprit Turbo w/Buick Regal GNX power is inky hotness
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    1979 Lotus Esprit with Buick GNX turbo V6 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    What happens when you're head over heels for the lethal wedge styling and superb handling of the 1979 Lotus Esprit, but find yourself smitten with the all-out grunt of the turbo 3.8-liter V6 in the Buick GNX? ...

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    Looks can deceive: 6.6L Duramax-powered Buick GNX clone
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    The car you see here is not a GNX. Hell, it's not even a Buick. You'd be forgiven if you thought it was, though, and it does sport a turbocharger underhood. David Morad was so enamored with the 6.6L LB7 Duramax diesel in his truck that he wanted to put it into something lighter and more fun. He ...

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    eBay find of the week: Mazda FD RX-7 equipped with Grand National turbo'd V6
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    Here's another example of liking the individual hardware pieces, but being repulsed by the idea of the ultimate combination. RX7s are cool. Grand Nationals are cool. But a vehicular mash-up of a 1993 RX-7 powered by a Buick GN's V6 seems a little weird. Weird to think that it even gets past ...

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    eBay Find of the Day: 1987 Buick GNX #359 - 9.9 miles on the odo
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    Click image for 55-pic photo galleryThe Buick GNX is iconic -- one of the great modern GM performance cars. The ultimate Grand National, it was limited to 547 units and received a host of changes at the hands of ASC McLaren over the "regular" car. These included substantial upgrades underhood, most ...

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    VIDEO: The Buick Grand National is "Bad to the Bone"
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    Long before anyone would have thought we'd be debating the merits of US vs. Chinese-market Buicks, the division wasn't averse to producing exciting cars, as evidenced by some of the great designs they had dating back to the 50s, the muscle they put on the streets in the 70s, and the badassedness ...

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