Spooling the turbo at the line in Grand National tradition results in the left front tire clawing for the clouds. The Buford has run a best 60-foot short-time of 1.52 seconds. Spooling the turbo at the line in Grand National tradition results in the left front tire The typical performance gauges adorn the stock interior, but the one that caught our eye was the boost gauge. The typical performance gauges adorn the stock interior, but the one that caught our eye w The DetailsCar: Tim Lee's '65 Buick SkylarkEngine: 231ci Buick V-6Heads: Stock '87 Grand NationalInduction: Stock '87 Grand National, 50-pound injectorsPower Adder: Kenne Bell Stage 3 turbocharger, Kenne Bell intercoolerCamshaft: Stock '87 Grand NationalPower: 400 hp @ 5,700 (est.), 420 lb-ft @ 3,500 (est.)Transmission: GM 200-4R, Art Carr 3,500-stall converterRearend: Stock Grand National 8.5-inch 10-bolt , 3.42:1 gearsSuspension: Stock coil springs, front; stock four-link, rearBrakes: Stock 10-inch drums, front and rearWheels and tires: 15x4 American Racing Torq-Thrust Ds with Kumho 165R15 tires, front; 15x8.5 American Torq-Thrust D with Mickey Thompson 26x11.5-15 ET Streets, rearPaint: Original Buick Green bySignature Auto Body, Cucamonga, CaliforniaBest e.t.: 11.30 @ 116 mph (quarter-mile)Cost to build: $12,000 « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!