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Fram part #: CA6479K&N #: 33-2057, 33-2086
Why it came up with two hits I don't know. I will be emailing them to see what the difference is between the two. At first I thought that one was for the Aurora but it isn't. One would think that the engines are the same so the filters would be also. Nope. Did a search for the Aurora and, believe it or not, the filter for the V-8 and V-6 is exactly the same.
Will let you know what I find out.
Got a price in writing for the new Intrigue. Once everything is finalized I'll give the details. I will say that when I got into it the odometer had only 8 miles. After test driving the non-PCS Intrigue I found that it is actually very competent down low. Perhaps I'm convincing myself to belive that but I put forth a concerted effort to try to find fault.
It is a little better design than most of GMs current ugly Blade Runner concept cars, but I really wonder how Buick thinks it can sell more than a handful of these. The people who would buy cars of this type are unlikely to even have Buick on their radar screen. Another case of GM's jumbled marketing and product proliferation setting them up for a fall.
Looks like another Reatta to me.
2011 Buick Regal Turbo, 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Holiday Coupe
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