Admittedly, a G-body Buick Regal isn’t the first version you would expect to see on the track. A Grand National, maybe. Only the Pontiac Grand Prix is seen less, it seems, but why that is, we just don’t know. A G-body is a G-body…GM badge-engineering at it’s finest, in a form that wasn’t a front-drive crapbox. The same suspension tricks and engine swaps work across the board. So if you want to jam a turbocharged and intercooled 3.8L V6 into a Monte Carlo SS, go for it…nothing is going to give you any real headache. Want a small-block Chevy? Go for it. Olds engine? Yep, the G-body came with 307s, so no sweat there, either. Big-block? Oh, come on…and yes, LS swaps are shoved into these things by the dozen, much to the chagrin of the anti-LS movement.
Well, be settled, this isn’t an LS-powered Regal. No, this is one of the most off-the-wall engine swaps I’ve heard about in recent memory. We only know for sure what the video puts out there: which is that a Mopar 408ci stroker small-block is residing where we bet a standard 3.8L six once sat. That’s right, you are looking at a Chrysler-powered Regal that didn’t come from Australia. And that, according to the poster, that the car “is coming back”. Do you know who owns this monster? We want more info!!