It’s true that we all love a good long look at panel gaps – it’s like looking back in time to when the car was on the assembly line and the pieces of sheetmetal came together to turn a naked frame into a recognizable car. Look closely at this Buick Regal found by none other than Bradley Price, and you will see there is no gap at all between the radiator grill and the hood. SEAMLESS.
I like to think that this is a two-owner car. The first buyer took it in new in ’95 or ’96, and then died, passing on to a better world where Model 10s and Roadmasters still roamed the streets. The second owner, I dream, was an unhealthily-obsessive Buick Regal aficionado, who brought the car up to better shape than when it left the factory. He spends his afternoons polishing the three-shield logo. He is Buick’ed up. He will light the car on fire in two years, run off into the wilderness, and find inner peace.
I wish you luck, dangerously-methodical Buick Regal owner. I love your car.