Normally Regular Car Reviews takes a car and approaches it with the sarcastic, comedic way it normally does. But it seems those behind RCR have decided to take a more informative approach on this latest video.
If you missed it, we provided their latest episode on the 1986 Buick Grand National, but this one dives into the quirks a livability of the car. It’s interesting to see the lifestyle and things associated with this car. For instance, the license plate frame is designed to flip down on these G-body cars, to fill up the gas tank, which is more common knowledge to many. What may not be common knowledge is that Buick engineers at the time decided to not design the frame to stay down, but rather include moldings to stick the gas cap upon removal.
Or the fact General Motors provided t-top bags with the Buick Grand National to utilize when the driving without them so they didn’t shift or become damaged during your impromptu stoplight quarter mile runs.
It’s fun quirks like this that may seem like a pain, but it’s something most owners usually come to love about their respected rides. You can see more livability remarks on the 1986 Grand National in the accompanying video below.