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    1. #1
      Join Date
      Jan 2020
      Location
      Columbus, Ohio
      Posts
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      Country Flag: United States

      Package Deal- 1987 Buick turbo Regal, 2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD, open car trailer

      FOR SALE (Truck, trailer, and car):

      I am no hurry to sell, but I am finishing up school (and would like the space to start on my '68 Camaro project), so if someone is a serious buyer, Iíd sell the following as a package deal. I am awaiting approval from work, but plan on being at the GS Nationals this year. The vehicles and trailer are located about 25 minutes southeast of Columbus, Ohio.

      2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD: 6.0 gas, automatic, RWD, single cab. 116,xxx miles. No mechanical issues, Iíve owned it since February of 2016. Iíve put a rear diff cover, new starter, stainless transmission cooler lines and stainless brake lines on it. Iíve had no other issues. Itís been a great truck. No rust, not driven in the winter. Setup to tow with a brake box.

      Cons: The clear coat is peeling on the hood and the roof could use a little paint correction.

      2008 20í Bri- Mar open deck steel trailer. Two 3500lb axles, electric brakes on both axles. Not the prettiest trailer, but Iíve had no issues. Functional winch, Iíve used it two or three times. Two new tires. Steel ramps arenít original, but Iíve used them and had no issues.

      1987 Buick Regal Turbo. I purchased this car at the 2012 Buick GS Nationals as roller. I put the HVAC system back in it, found a 109 and 200 transmission and have been running those since. No rust, very clean car.

      Engine: 109 block. Stock rods, pistons, crank. I believe the cam to be an older Reed 210/205 flat tappet. Ported Champion iron heads, ARP head studs. T&D roller rockers. Turbonetics Cheetah Stage 1 turbo, Precision SLIC, G Body parts aluminum radiator with dual electric fans, stock ECU with Scanmaster, Powerlogger, Extender chip. 80lb injectors, stock fuel lines, aftermarket tank, DW 300 pump, the car is setup for E85 ONLY. The pump has a hotwire kit, thereís a volt booster, too.

      Suspension: Mostly stock. Competition Engineering adjustable shocks up front (Currently set to 90/10 setting). UMI boxed UCAís, UMI Lower Control Arm relocation brackets, air bag in the passenger spring, QA1 single adjustable shocks in the rear.

      Rear End: Stock rear end, Detroit Truetrac (installed by previous owner).

      Wheels: Weld RTS, Mickey Thompson drag radials, they have some life left

      Transmission: Extreme Automatics Stage 2, Husek 3021HF converter.

      Cons: True mileage is unknown. The previous owner said the odometer was stopped working at some point, he swapped it for a functional unit, but had about 73,000 at the time I bought it. I'll assume it has rolled over and is 104,xxx. Title reads ďNON-ACTUAL: WARNING Odometer DiscrepancyĒ due to the unknown true mileage. I suspect this was a repaint at some point, the paint is flaking off down on both sides of the rockers. The radio needs the wire going from the antenna base to the radio to work, and the third brake light doesnít work (I have never attempted to address it). I believe the lock up solenoid needs to be replaced, but I havenít replaced it, as it hasnít had any adverse effects.

      The car had a light tune from Brian Lorenz in West Salem, Ohio a few years back, have the dyno sheet. The car made 419/560 with only minor fueling tweaks on his dyno at ~23psi. The ignition (stock type) has been replaced since then and will run at 25psi happily.

      The car was running consistent 11.20ís, I made some suspension updates and havenít gotten it dialed in yet, so itís most recently run 11.40ís. With a better 60í and/or more fuel and/or a better matched converter, this car will run 10ís. I have some old time slips, or watch it run in Bowling Green.

      If youíre looking to get into turbo Buicks, this is a great way to go. Truck, trailer, and car are all setup and ready to go. Iím sure there are modifications on the Buick that I am forgetting.

      I will post more pictures as the weather continues to improve and some of the ice and snow melt. These are just some pictures I have handy. Some feature the truck and trailer, but obviously towing vehicles that are not the Buick.

      $28,000 for the truck, trailer, and Buick. Not looking to separate, no trades. Serious Inquires only. Call/text Kelly at (614) 558-8025. Sometimes I have issues with my voicemail. If so, please send a text or message me on here.

      The videos don't turn out well on YouTube. It looks like I recorded them with a potato, but it must be the way they got compressed. If you're interested, send me your phone number and I can message the videos to you. They look better than they do after being uploaded to YouTube










      1987 Buick Regal T- 231ci, E85, ported heads...boost loading
      1968 Camaro SS...pro-touring build on the way. Body work first

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      Join Date
      Jan 2020
      Location
      Columbus, Ohio
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      1987 Buick Regal T- 231ci, E85, ported heads...boost loading
      1968 Camaro SS...pro-touring build on the way. Body work first