Today's Buick Regal GS harkens back to cars like this. There was less concern for fuel economy when the GSX came out. This GSX was powered by a 455 cubic inch V8 rated at 360 horsepower with a massive 510 foot pounds of torque. No turbocharged four-cylinder here.
They don't make Buicks this way anymore and they probably never will again. Hence, the high price tag on surviving models.
Hagerty Insurance says these 10 relatively affordable cars will likely become collectibles and will sell for big bucks at car auctions decades from now.
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