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Highway Stars was blessed with a blend of Puerto Rico Sun, January in the 80's, generous TurboBuick supporters, good food, great people, loud music, and one of the most deserving champions representing the Children's Miracle Network and the San Jorge Childrens Foundation- Daniel.
As far as we know, Buick did not produce nor install rainbow colored parts on the Buick Turbo Regals when it came down the assembly line.Q: . . so can you find the rainbow effect on parts today?A: . . .sure you can, . . . on aftermarket parts that had QUALITY ISSUES WHEN ANODIZING, [...]
Many aftermarket sellers advertise "Stainless Steel" Hose Clamps, but in order to be totally informed, you will need to ask this question:Is the screw "stainless steel" also?While performing maintenance on your vehicle, have you ever come across a hose clamp that is severely rusted and needs replacing (as pictured above)? The clamp may be connected [...]
The primary cause of coolant hose failure as an electrochemical attack on the rubber tube compound in the hose. The phenomenon is known as electrochemical degradation, or ECD. It occurs because the hose, liquid coolant and the engine/ radiator fittings form a galvanic cell or “battery”. This chemical reaction causes micro-cracks in the hose tube, allowing the coolant to [...]
At Highway Stars, we inspect every piece BEFORE it gets placed in your package. Yes - EVERY piece!Yes, it takes us time to inspect EVERY PIECE, but the quality you receive from Highway Stars is unparalleled.In the busy season, we are processing a higher volume of orders, but this inspection step is never eliminated.Waiting [...]
NOS = Acronym for "new old stock." These are parts that originally were available from the manufacturer of an automobile. They have never been used, thus are "new." A good example of an NOS part for the 86/87 Grand Nationals is the Rear sway Bar http://www.highwaystars.net/sway-bar-rear-sway-bar... OEM = Acronym for "Original Equipment Manufacturer" designates a replacement [...]
If you answered "YES", then you're are not alone. We were too, so we decided to make a difference. Many years ago, I was refreshing my original 1986 Buick Grand National and experienced more misrepresentation, lack of product knowledge, bad customer service, and inferior parts than I care to remind myself of. I quickly learned to [...]