LOW MILEAGE 1986 T-TYPE

robert duncan

Active Member
Decided to sell my low mile 86 T in order to increase a new home down payment.

1986 BUICK REGAL T-TYPE NEAR TAMPA, FL.

NOT TOO MANY LIKE THIS AVAILABLE -- SOUTHERN CAR / NO RUST / LOW ORIG. MILES
COLLECTOR QUALITY -- HARD TOP -- 3.8 LITRE V-6 TURBOCHARGED,
IN "1986" NEW CONDITION AND VERY QUICK,
RARE -- ONLY 2,084 BUICK REGAL T-TYPES PRODUCED IN 1986
ALL ORIG W/ ONLY A FEW MINOR UPGRADES,
ONLY 33,000 ACTUAL MILES, RUNS 100% ROCK SOLID
PS, PB, P/WINDOWS, P/LOCKS, CRUISE CONTROL, TILT
POWER DRIVER SIDE BUCKET SEAT,
PIONEER RADIO W/ MANY FEATURES & GREAT SOUND QUALITY
LIKE NEW, BEAUTIFUL -- FACTORY ORIGINAL-- SILVER PAINT,
LIKE NEW / PERFECT INTERIOR -- BUCKET SEATS, SILVER CARPET
CENTER CONSOLE W/ FLOOR SHIFTER,
STOCK AND ORIGINAL OVERDRIVE TRANSMISSION W/ TRANS COOLER,
PERFECT ANALOG DASH, OIL, TEMPERATURE, FUEL PRESSURE, AND BOOST GAGES
W/ SCANMASTER DIAGNOSTIC TOOL
EMBROIDERED DELUXE T-TYPE TRUNK KIT,
NEW 140 AMP ALTERNATOR,
ICE COLD A/C, NEW DELCO COMPRESSOR & DRYER
TA-49 TURBOCHARGER
42LB FUEL INJECTORS, W/ TURBO TWEAK ADJUSTABLE CHIP
ALCOHOL / METHANOL INJECTION,
MOTOR NEVER OPENED, 3:42 GEARS -- 8.5" REAR W/ "BUICK" LOGO COVER,
STAINLESS STEEL DUAL EXHAUST W/ VERY QUIET DYNOMAX MUFFLERS,
BILSTEIN SHOCKS ALL AROUND,
17" KMC STEALTH 8" CHROME MAGS,

MUST SEE & DRIVE TO APPRECIATE, RUNS NEW! DRIVES NEW! .....................$25,000
 

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robert duncan

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KC87

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Why would anybody buy a new Camaro or whatever for twice the money when they could have twice the car for half the price! Those wheels really look nice on there, not gawdy like a lot of them. Wonder how they'd look with dull aluminum with a polished rim.
 

robert duncan

Active Member
Thanks guys! :) I was actually able to locate a set of the stock T-wheels as suggested above. I like the aftermarket's better, but for the sake of originality I installed them on the T, with 295 50s on the rear.

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robert duncan

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I'm not too disappointed I haven't been able to sell it. I can't replace it. My idea was to find something that needs some work, but the prices for anything, any model, anything collectible, are just stupid. Junk is junk and sellers who think some idiot is going to fall out of tree and pay them two or three times what their junkpile is worth are just stupid dreamers. It's reflective of this time of extreme greed that we live in.
 

robert duncan

Active Member
If you sell the car withouut the stock wheels I'm interetsed in buying the stock wheels...

I'll keep that in mind, Joe. Have you been looking on ebay? I've seen a few sets over the past months and I've also seen some on Facebook for sale. They're out there, but the bad news is, like any car worth restoring, the sellers want way too much. :(
 
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