|1 - Make up a performance-sounding badge|
In the late 1980s, your firends at Buick were desperate for an identity that resonated. Buick was for 60 year olds, but those people die off. They wanted a younger crowd, buyers with sophistication, whose appetite for performance could be sated with a turbo and some
What is a T-Type? Well let's just see:
|2 - Deselect the vinyl roof. Wheels are nice too|
|3 - Add the corporate turbo 3.8L and some "aero" skirting.|
|4 - High Performance requires a digital speedometer and an engine badge so you know what you're driving|
|5 - and a console, to make your loose pillow leather bench seat into high performance "bucket" seats.|
Mission accomplished. You've turned Dave's dad's middle management ccompany car into a thinking man's 320i. Nice work, Buick. I'll take two.