Well, I didn't think I would be doing this, but I guess nobody really wants to. I wanted to keep this car forever, but five kids and a full time family and career can change things. On to the car.
This is a no frills 1987 Buick Grand National. Like the title says, it has 62,000 miles. It's like most GN's as far as fit and finish and the common areas that need attention; sun visors, headliner sags ever so slightly. The car has been painted once by Buick from what I was told. It really looks good, but I definitely want someone to look at it before buying it. It was in a slight fender bender many years ago from what Carfax says. You cannot tell, and the vehicle was driven away. It has a few normal paint chips but the paint and body is in really good shape considering the age. The interior is also very good. The drivers seat back has torn a little down low, the sun visors need new material, but the carpet and mats and back seat are excellent. The dash is also excellent. The t-top plastic has a few minor cracks but nothing that couldn't be repaired. As far as I can see there is no rust on the car anywhere....I have looked. Floors, doors and T-tops are solid. Again, I am just being honest and I am only telling prospective buyers what I would want to know! The engine runs excellent and has the usual go-fast goodies: Turbo Tweak 93 chip, 3in cold air with K&N, 18-20 psi of boost, Alky Injection, adjustable wastegate, boost controller, RJC Powerplate, 160 degree thermostat, billet servo in trans and valve cover breathers. I might be leaving a few things off. The GN sports BFG 235/60-15 tires on all four corners. I also installed Autometer Ultralight Oil, Water and Boost gauge along with a Scanmaster to keep things in check. This car runs hard but has never been to the track. I would guess it is running low 12's with how it pulls. A set of drag radials would guarantee it! The air conditioning, heat and all electrical, including cruise control, work as they should. I tinted the t-top glass to minimize the amount of light that comes in and I also installed a Kenwood top of the line radio with Bluetooth, Pandora, HD radio etc., this sounds great with the concert sound package. I have priced these cars all over when I was looking and I feel I have a really good example of a decent mileage Grand National. I will upload other pictures when I can. Serious inquiries only please! Email is best.. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking to get around $16,500 or best offer. I would entertain trades + cash for another Turbo Buick (1986-1987). I really would like a Turbo T or a T-Type around 13,500 w/ a little cash.