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  • BuickCielo@1999Web22.jpg
    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.
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    Buick Manager of Special Projects Michael Doble was on stage with the Cielo concept car during a preview for the motoring press before the opening of the 1999 show. It featured permanent side rails and a three-panel retractable roof. The top moved along the rails and folded away into the trunk. Front and rear doors were hinged at the A and C pillars, eliminating a center post. The front-wheel drive Cielo was fitted with a 3.8 liter supercharged V-6 engine, and four-speed automatic transmission.