GMC Sprint specs: 1973-1977

GMC Sprint specs: 1973-1977 Platform: A-body Trim Levels: base (1973-1977) Custom (1973 only) Classic (1974-1977) High Sierra (1973-1975) Sierra Madre Del Sur (1976-1977) SP (1973-1977) Body Styles: sedan style pickup Wheelbase: 116.0″ F/R Track Width: 61.5″/60.7″ Overall Length: 215.2″ Cargo Bed Length: 80.75″ Overall Width: 76.5″ Overall Height: 53.75″ Turning Circle: not published Drag Coefficient: […]
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Buick Gran Sport specs: 1973-1975

Buick Gran Sport specs: 1975-1977 The Buick Gran Sport nameplate lived on as the performance version of the colonnade Century. Surprisingly as an upscale Century, it did not get the formal roof like the Luxus and Century Custom, but got the fastback styling of the base Century, which still looks great. The car, like all […]
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Buick Regal specs: 1973-1977

Buick Regal specs: 1973-1977 Platform: A-body Trim Levels: the Regal is the top end of the Century series Body Styles: formal coupe (1973-1975)- after ’75, the coupes had their own look and are covered elsewhere on this site. formal sun coupe (1973-1975) sedan (1974-1977) Wheelbase: 112.0″ (coupe) 116.0″ (sedan) F/R Track Width: 61.5″/60.7″ Overall Length: […]
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Buick Century Custom specs: 1975-1977

Buick Century Custom specs: 1975-1977 The Buick Century Custom replaced the Buick Century Luxus for model year 1975. The Custom was more luxurious than the base model, including nicer wheels, plus the coupes received the formal roof-line as opposed to the base models, which got fastback styling. For 1976, the Century lineup received a new […]
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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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