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  1. I am starting another thread where you can post articles on the first gen w-body that were featured in any magazine. If you can add to my list I would appreciate it if you can let everyone know if there were are any others. This is the magazines the w-body first gens were presented in I found from doing research, I also own some of these magazines and some I am still searching for to add to my first gen w body collection. THE GM-10’S: BUICK REGAL, CHEVROLET LUMINA, OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME, PONTIAC GRAND PRIX W-BODY MAGAZINE ARTICLES OF FIRST GENERATION FROM 1988-1991 - Automobile Magazine - October 1987- New Cars ’88! - January 1988- America Picks it’s Favorite Cars- ‘88 All-Stars Issue - July 1988- Can These Cars Save GM? Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac Grand Prix GM10’S Coupe’s - May 1989- Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Coupe Takes On Ford Thunderbird Super Coupe - April 1990- Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Coupe - May 1990- Eight Great Convertibles- Featuring Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme - Automotive Engineering Magazine - October 1987- 1988 New U.S. Cars - Automotive Fleet Magazine - August 1987- The New 1988 Buick Regal Limited- GM10 Coupe - October 1987- The ’88 Cars - February 1988- The New 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme- GM10 Coupe - March 1988- The New Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe- GM10 Coupe - February 1989- The New 1990 Chevrolet Lumina- GM10 Coupe - July 1989- The New 1990 Buick Regal Limited Sedan - Autoweek Magazine - September 7, 1987- FWD 1988 ½ Pontiac Grand Prix - October 26, 1987- What’s New For ‘88 - February 1, 1988- Inside The Detroit Auto Show - February 29, 1988- Chicago Auto Show - March 21, 1988- 1988 Pontiac Grand Prix SE - March 28, 1988- Chevy’s GM-10s - April 4, 1988- FWD 1989 ½ Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Coupe - April 25, 1988- Buick Adds The Grand Sport Package to Regal Model Trim Line, 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass International - May 2, 1988- FWD 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Indy Pace Car - September 26, 1988- 205 HP Pontiac Grand Prix - October 23, 1988- Eighty Nines- Best and The Brightest- Featuring GM W-Body GM-10s - February 20, 1989- 1990 Cars- Featuring FWD New W-Body- 1990 Chevrolet Lumina - June 12, 1989- Buick Pumps Iron- The 1989 Buick’s Reatta and Regal Supercharged Models Race on Test Track - August 14, 1989- 1990 Chevrolet Lumina Eurosport Coupe - - Car Craft - August 1988- QUICK TEST: Buick Regal And Oldsmobile Cutlass, GM’s Mid-Size Performers - Car and Driver Magazine - September 1987- The New 1988 Buick Regal Limited- GM10 Coupe - October 1987- ’88 Cars Featuring GM10 Coupes- Pontiac Grand Prix SE, Buick Regal Limited, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme - March 1988- The New 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme- GM10 Coupe - March 1991- America Fights Back! – Featuring The All New 1991 Chevrolet Lumina Coupe - Changing Times - December 1987- 1988 New Car Preview - December 1988- 1989 New Car Preview - December 1989- 1990 New Car Preview - Changing Times Automotive Annual Guide - Cars ’88- Featuring Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac GP - Cars ’89- Featuring Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac GP - Consumer Report Magazine - March 1988- The All New 1988 Buick Regal- GM10 Coupe - April 1988- The 1988 Cars - April 1989- The 1989 Cars - Ebony Magazine - November 1987- The 1988 New Cars - November 1988- The 1989 New Cars - Home Mechanix Magazine - May 1988- The Home Mechanix Award Easy Maintenance Car of The Year- The 1988 Buick Regal Limited GM10 Coupe - Kiplinger Personal Finance Magazine: Changing Times Magazine - December 1987- The 1988 New Cars - December 1988- The 1989 New Cars - Motor Trend Magazine - September 1986- INSIDE DETROIT: 1988 Buick Regal FWD GM10 Article - September 1987- PREVIEW USA: WHAT’S NEW FOR 1988 - October 1987- FIRST ’88 TESTS: BUICK REGAL, DODGE DYNASTY, LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, RENAULT PREMIER - January 1988- 1988 GM 10’s - September 1988- ROAD TEST: Buick Regal Grand Sport - 1988 Motor Trend Magazine- Automotive Yearbook New Car Guide - 1989 Motor Trend Magazine- Automotive Yearbook New Car Guide - - - Road & Track - November 1987- New 1988 Cars- GM-10’s- Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac Grand Prix, etc. - June 1988- Testing GM-10’s- Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac Grand Prix - Popular Mechanic Magazine - March 1986- Inside Detroit- GM’s Chevy-Pontiac small car group shares an ’87 prototype that would officially be the W-body GM10 ’88 Pontiac Grand Prix - September 1986- Inside Detroit- New Roofline, Grille and Doors will distinguish GM10 W-body ’88 Buick Regal that was supposed to be an redesign project for the ’89 Riviera, Also GM10 W-body ’88 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme and GM10 ’88 Pontiac Grand Prix - October 1988- 2-faced prototype- GM10 ’88 Pontiac Grand Prix Front, ’88 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Rear - November 1986- Inside Detroit- 1988 Buick Regal FWD GM10, Also ’88 Olds Cutlass Supreme FWD GM10 - May 1987- ’88 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme FWD GM10 is a 4, Base Engine is A Hot V6 Engine - August 1987- New ’88 GM10 FWD Pontiac Grand Prix Will Have a 2.8l V6, which it Will Share with FWD GM10 Buick Regal and Oldsmobile Cutlass - October 1987- 1988 NEW CARS- Featuring GM10 Coupes- Buick Regal, Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme - November 1987- ‘91 Buick Regal and ’91 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme will be Sedans - December 1987- 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Will Be The Final Year, In ’90 Chevrolet Will Design To The GM10 Platform An FWD Chevrolet Lumina Coupe - June 1988- American Flyers- Featuring GM10 Coupes- Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Buick Regal Limited, Pontiac Grand Prix SE - September 1988- Automobile Long Term Test- 1988 Buick Regal Custom - January 1989- Automobile Long Term Test- Buick Regal Custom, MoTown Muscle Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Sport SE - February 1989- Inside Detroit- 1990 Chevrolet Lumina Sedan, Built a Buick- How The Buick Reatta is Built on Assembly Line - March 1989- Inside Detroit- 1990 Buick Regal 4-Door Sedan - October 1989- Detroit Spy Report- 1990 Chevrolet Lumina Turbo V6, Detroit 1990 Cars For A New Decade- Featuring GM10 Coupes- Chevrolet Lumina Sedan and Lumina Eurosport Coupe, Buick Regal Limited Sedan, Pontiac Grand Prix STE, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible and Cutlass Supreme Sedan - December 1989- Civil War Battle- Ford Vs Chevy- Featuring GM10 Coupe- 1990 Chevrolet Lumina Eurosport Sedan - March 1990- Detroit Spy Report- 1991 Chevrolet Lumina Goes Turbo, Pontiac Grand Prix - April 1990- Owners Report- Chevrolet Lumina Eurosport Sedan - July 1990- Detroit Spy Report- Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme redesigned smaller headlights and lower hood line for ‘91 - August 1990- Detroit Spy Report- Pontiac Grand Prix gets a ’91 facelift nose job and smaller headlights - October 1990- Detroit 1991- Chevrolet Lumina Z-31 Coupe, Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Coupe - Popular Science - April 1985- FWD Prototype Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme - May 1986- FWD Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Will Be One of GM’s Mid-Size Car for 1988 - December 1987- The New GM10 1988 Buick Regal Vs The Cougar and LeBaron - January 1989- Coupes: GM10 ’89 Buick Regal Grand Sport Coupe and Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme International Coupe - June 1989- The All New High Performance ’90 Chevrolet Lumina SS Coupe - January 1991- The All New 1991 GM-10- Buick Regal, Chevrolet Lumina, Pontiac Grand Prix - Special Buyers Guide Magazine - 1988 Car Preview- Best Buy’s- Featuring Buick Regal, Olds Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac Grand Prix - 1989 Car Preview- Best Buy’s- Featuring Buick Regal, Olds Cutlass Supreme, Pontiac Grand Prix - Ward’s Auto World Magazine - October 1987- Testing Cars for 1988- Featuring the GM-10 1988 Buick Regal - November 1987- Testing The Buick Grand National And The New GM-10 FWD 1988 Buick Regal
  2. Here is More Vintage W-body Photos that I been meaning to get myself to share
  3. I need a professional opinion and I thought what better to ask the w body community since I own one too. I have an 2.8 Buick Regal engine. I am looking for a good oil pump that will last me a long time like the original 30 year old one did. What pumps are good out there? I was about to contact GM but I don't know if they would be able to tell me since all the older guys are properly retired now. I would appreciate your help. I don't want to buy a part that won't last me long. I was lucky for this part to last 30 years because they don't make good quality parts like this anymore, espsecially when you are dealing with a internal component like this.
  4. Yeah that’s what I am going to do. I seen in videos just remove the push rods, make sure they are all correct firing order as removed and label them. Than just lay and swing the rockers without removing them if you can. I just bought a torque wrench too. Factory info says torque rocker arms bolts to 18ft pounds on 2.8 and 3.1. Than you are good to go to put in
  5. The factory information for my vehicle said I would have to only rotate the engine if I reconditioned or changed the valve lifters. I am not going to do that. I am just going to replace the gasket than torque them down to specs. I like this engine is self adjusting because it’s not like the older Chevys that you had to adjust when running,
  6. What do you mean rotate the engine and torque down the bottom of the lobes at 0 lift.
  7. Yes. I was told I might have a intake leak because every time I start my engine at cold starts it feels like it’s gonna shut off on me. This only happens at 60 to higher degrees of climate weather.
  8. I am thinking about replacing the intake manifold gaskets on my 2.8 V6 Multi Port Injection In my 89 Regal. I was just wondering, If I remove the rocker arms and push rods, when I put them all back in the corrrect holes seating in the hydraulic lifters will I need to adjust the rocker arms or just torque them to specs? Service Information said to torque them down. But didn’t mention anything about having to adjust the rockers to a specific position. If the rocker arms only need to be torqued seating on the rods will I not face anything like engine ticking or engine knock after wards? The engine has currently 56,000 miles but it’s due for intake manifold replacements. I don’t want to have to replace my engine because I didn’t put the push rods or valve in correctly. I wanna do it correct so I don’t have to take it apart again and adjust them. I know if I put all the rods back in the correct order they came out it should be ok right?
  9. What causes rear carpets to get soaked?
  10. How come when you attach photos on here sometimes they are large and small? How can I make the photo be all the same length? I used a software to resize the photos to make them all the same length but somehow on here it doesn’t stay the same length.
  11. I thought on the 2.8 the oil pressure switch is near of the oil filter housing? There is a sensor there to when. I looked.
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