Hi all, Grand Nationals are one of my top 5 to-own cars, I've had an affinity for them ever since I learned about them. I've been lurking for a while, signed up a couple weeks ago. I'm not new to cars, especially modifying. I have a fox body mustang making a hair north of 660whp, supercharged, meth injected stroker. I recently acquired this '87 GN in decent condition. 139k miles, astro roof, straight body, 99% stock. It's been repainted at some point and has a couple of poorly prepped spots. New seat foam and covers, driver's side recline is messed up, only sits in one position but all the power controls work. First thing it needs is a lot of cleaning (inside and out) because it's been doing a lot of sitting. I'm about finished with trim painting and then I'll give it a nice polish. Has stock springs on it so it sits like a monster truck in the front. I already have coilovers (for front), wheels and tires for it. It also has some horrid looking tail pipes going straight out the back I'll be hacking off until I can build my own exhaust. Driving the car home was about a 25 minute drive and it seems solid, with the exception of a couple of rattles. I think the windshield is original because of condition, visor tinting, and it squeaks pretty badly, as if the seals are all dried up/non-existent in spots. Turbo spools right up, transmission seems to shift properly (though I'm a news when it comes to auto's). It does have this oldschool "pre-turboluber" which is an eye-sore and something I'd like to get out of the car but I haven't investigated it enough to know what all that entails. Spring cleaning has been completed, aside from cleaning out the intercooler which I'll definitely be doing soon. I'd like to get a scanmaster and go from there. Not looking to make this a hot rod as I've already been there, done that. I'd just like to improve what is already there and cruise the hell out of it. Sorry for the long intro lol here are a couple pictures I have so far.