The 1997-2004 Regal Gran Sports got a supercharged 3.8-liter Buick V6 making 240 horsepower, but the '95 came with a naturally-aspirated 3.8 rated at 170 horsepower.
The third-gen Regal GS did get a stiffer suspension and a plush interior, though. The passenger seat comb was optional.
This one turned an impressive 244,369 miles before (presumably) Upper Midwest body rust reduced its value to near-scrap levels. 110 mph seems like an unusually arbitrary speedometer top speed. Perhaps 180 km/h was the main specification for this gauge.
Buick still sells a Regal GS, of course, and it boasts nearly twice the horsepower of today's Junkyard Gem.
Still, this was one of the sportier Detroit sedans you could buy in 1995, and this particular example served its owner or owners very well for close to a quarter-century.
Buick Regal: a very distinctive point of view.