TR Custom Parts
This page is dedicated to our customers' cars. If you have bought some of our products we would love to put your Turbo Regal on this page. Just send us an exterior shot and also some pics of our custom parts on your car and we will post it here!
This GN belongs to Kent Buckles and is a long time customer of ours. He just finished his GN after 2 + years. Car was nice before, nicer now. Car taken apart and painted piece by piece. All glass, trim, door handles/locks, fenders, bumpers, hood, interior, weatherstip, t top area...well you get the picture. Stage 1 stroker professionally built (650 at flywheel at 22 lbs of boost). Put back together with new stainless steel t top plates and trim. Brand New weatherstrip, locks, handles, trim, bushings, stainless headers, exhaust downpipe, electric dump, etc....etc.... Tried getting the fit and finish as near to perfect as we could and boy was that a pain! A lot to be said about stripping car car to nothing for paint but sure makes hard getting back together, But.....Much better than GM did in the end.
was wondering if you would be willing to post these pictures of my 1987 Buick
Grand National. I have owned the car for 11 years now and it has 114,000
original miles on the stock block and whether you consider it a moment of
brilliance or stupidity, we decided to enter the car in the 2008 Big Bend Open
Road Race, www.bborr.com, (110 MPH Class –
I know we were pushing it with a high mileage motor and all, but it managed to
survive the two 60 mile legs of the race and is still ticking!). We were
the only Buick that was in the race, the majority of the other cars were
Corvettes, so it was fun to get some variety in there and turn some heads.
In order to the get car up to spec and handle the harsh driving conditions, we
went with some bolt on parts (aluminum radiator, billet oil filter, etc.) from
Turbo Regal Custom Parts to get the job done. We managed to get
10th place in our division out of 30 cars and finished 49 out of 131
overall – which is not too bad for a couple of rookies, but honestly, I am
glad that the car performed well and made it across the finish line!
Customer's car featured in GMHTP Magazine
Jim Lauer's awesome Turbo
Regal is featured in the March 05 issue of GMHTP magazine. Jim has some of
our interior items in his car including our console overlay, dash overlays and
radio delete plate. Check it out. This is one of the finest modified
Turbo Regals ever made in our opinion. The photos below show Jim's car
which was also recently featured in Car Craft magazine as well.
This 87 GN belongs to
1986 Buick Regal Grand National - Mostly Stock
Neil Werner is the proud
owner of this 86 GN. He purchased one of our console kits and a Scanmaster
shade cover. Click on these pictures to see full size versions and be sure
to check out Neil's website at turbov6neil
I put an olds nose on it because I prefer the wheel openings better,
The 87 Turbo Regal Limited above belongs to Chris Bazzano. It was photographed at the 2001 Moroso Car Show. I was very impressed with the condition of this car. It has less than 35,000 miles on it and is flawless. Chris is running one of our chrome MAF pipes.
This GN belongs to Mike Price. He has run as low as a 10.92 at 1700 ft
above sea level with one
of our Big Mouth Cold Air Induction Systems installed!
The beautiful white T above belongs to Scott Atkinson. He is running one of our chrome Big Mouth Cold Air Induction Systems along with our chrome MAF pipe.
Hey this is John White! I was just checking up on your site... seeing what was new w/ it and I saw your customers' cars section. I was wondering if you would like to put mine in there? I have bought from your site a horn button, a shifter handle, and a custom made lable for my buttons in my ash tray. I'm very, very happy w/ all of these purchases. They add "flavor" to my car. My best et is 11.1 @ 125. I live in Houston, Texas.. and my email is email@example.com