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Classic Regal Restoration Parts


Reproduction Car Parts for Your Classic Regal

The Regal was designed as an upscale medium sized car that was first introduced by Buick in 1972 for the 1973 model year. The Regal was positioned as a personal luxury car when it came out and available in both 2-door coupe and 4-door sedan versions. In 1997, the Regal was only available as a Sedan because people lost interest in personal luxury 2-door coupes. From model years 1973 to 2004, Buick Regal shared the frame, chassis, and powertrains with the similar Buick Century. The Regal was still positioned as more of a luxury vehicle than the lesser expensive Century.

The Buick Regal was taken out of production in North America in 2004, and replaced by the Buick LaCrosse. In China in 2008 the Regal was reintroduced as a new design which is basically a version of the Opel Insignia. This Regal was brought back to North America in 2011 and marketed as a mid-size vehicle. A reimagined model was released in 2018 and is available as a liftback sedan and a TourX station wagon. GM discontinued the Regal again in North America after the 2020 model year. Buick is exclusively a CUV in the U.S., currently.

When it comes to restoring a Regal or simply replacing broken or missing trim pieces and installing new Buick weatherstripping and custom fit Regal insulation, you should stick with a supplier you trust and one that specializes in vintage, classic, and collectible automobiles. Our vintage auto restoration parts are of the highest quality and our prices are competitive.