Buick Century Coupe specs: 1976-1977

Buick Century Coupe specs: 1976-1977 This page was created to point out the Century that diverted off the normal path, the 1976-1977 Buick Century coupe. Because these weren’t the ‘conformity coupes’ of ’73-’75. The previous coupes shared a front end with the sedans/station wagons. The taillights were shared with the sedans, but the coupe went […]
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Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme specs: 1988-1997

Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme specs: 1988-1997 Platform: W-body Body Styles: coupe (’88-’97), sedan (’90-’97), convertible (’90-’95) Trim Levels: base S GLS SL International Series (’88-’93) Wheelbase: 107.5″ F/R Track Width: 59.6″/58.2″ Overall Length: 192.9″ (coupe/convt.), 192.1″ (sedan) Overall Width: 71.0″ Overall Height: 53.3″ (coupe), 54.8″ (sedan), 54.3″ (convt.) Turning Circle: 39.0′ Drag Coefficient: Curb Weight: 3084-3119 […]
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Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera specs: 1982-1988

Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera specs: 1982-1988 the years of the sedan with the flat back windshield… Platform: A-body Body Styles coupe sedan station wagon Trim Levels base (’82-) base w/FE3 (’87-) ES (’83-’86) LS (’83-’86) S (’87 only) S w/FE3 (’87-‘only) SL (’87-) SL w/ FE3 (’87-) Brougham (’82-’88) Brougham w/ FE3 (’87-’88) Holiday Coupe (’84-’85) […]
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Oldsmobile 442 specs: 1964-1965

Oldsmobile 442 specs: 1964-1965 Platform: A-body Trim Levels: base/F85 trim (1964-1965) Deluxe trim (1964 only) Cutlass trim (1964-1965) Body Styles: Club coupe/post coupe (1964-1965) Holiday coupe/hardtop coupe (1964-1965) convertible (1964-1965) sedan (1964 only)- Beyond rare! Just 10 were produced. Wheelbase: 115.0″ F/R Track Width: 58.0″/58.0″ Overall Length: 203.0″ Overall Width: 73.8″ Overall Height: 53.7″ Turning […]
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Buick Century specs: 1973-1977

Buick Century specs: 1973-1977 The ’73-’77 Buick Century was a confusing mess, atleast for enthusiasts trying to keep track. Like Oldsmobile having several Cutlass variants, Buick had the same idea for the Century. While technically still Centurys, trim levels like Luxus, Custom, Gran Sport, Special, and Regal are commonly referred to as being their own […]
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