GNX 331

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Well, I've enjoyed #331 for a while now and it's time to go on to something else. I purchased her in April 2015, from Dennis Kirban, flew out to PA and drover her back to Texas. Here is the link to Dennis's ad from that time:

Sold

http://turbobuick.com/threads/gnx-for-sale-same-owner-since-1989.425157/#post-3535461

Suspension and body are tight. Doors shut crisply....better than a 50k mile GN I previously owned. Still has original ceramic turbo. I highly doubt it was spooled up much in previous owners 26 years of ownership. Transmission shifts crisply as it should. Runs strong - no smoke.

Since the purchase, I have done the following:
New front fillers installed
New BFG G-Force tires
New 2.5" Stainless exhaust from Pete Hoff
TurboTweak 93 chip (original goes with sale)
Had radiator professionally re-cored just to be safe with the Texas heat.
New AC Delco Starter
New AC/Delco front shocks
New high quality floor mats (Kirbans)

The exterior window sweeps are starting to show some faint cracks. Have new set of OEM sweeps to go with (not cheap)
Rear fillers a really dulled. Have set of fiberglass 2 piece rear fillers to go with.
New AC/Delco rear shocks (not installed)
Original injectors were bad, so I replaced with good used. Original injectors goes with.

Comes with book. No jacket
Tons of service records back to '89. Mostly serviced at GM dealerships.

Here's a recent walk-a-round video:

 

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HOW ABOUT A FULLY BUILT COYOTE SWAPPED SALEEN.PROCHARGED F1A,T56 MAGNUM EXTREEME 6 SPEED..PUMP GAS 802HP AT TIRES ON MUSTANG DYNO ON 13LBS
 

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Any interest in trading for a 1966 Olds 442, L69 tri-power option, four speed, 3.90 gear. Frame off restored, second owner, documented. Car in Texas. White with red guts.
 
Thanks for the trade offers, guys, but below is some of my "bucket list" I would consider trades up or down:
67-69 Camaro Z28 or possibly L78
Chevelle or Nova L78
C2 Corvette or C3 LT1
Challenger RT or Cuda 440 Six pack (might consider others based on price/condition)
Olds W-30
Pontiac Trans Am 70-72
Mustang 69-70 Boss 302 or 428 SCJ
 
Well, I've enjoyed #331 for a while now and it's time to go on to something else. I purchased her in April 2015, from Dennis Kirban, flew out to PA and drover her back to Texas. Here is the link to Dennis's ad from that time:

http://turbobuick.com/threads/gnx-for-sale-same-owner-since-1989.425157/#post-3535461

Since the purchase, I have done the following:
New front fillers installed
New BFG G-Force tires
New 2.5" Stainless exhaust from Pete Hoff
TurboTweak 93 chip (original goes with sale)
Had radiator professionally re-cored just to be safe with the Texas heat.
New AC Delco Starter
New AC/Delco front shocks

The exterior window sweeps are starting to show some faint cracks. Have new set of OEM sweeps to go with (not cheap)
Rear fillers a really dulled. Have set of fiberglass 2 piece rear fillers to go with.
New AC/Delco rear shocks (not installed)
Original injectors were bad, so I replaced with good used. Original injectors goes with.

Comes with book. No jacket
Tons of service records back to '89. Mostly serviced at GM dealerships.

Here's a recent walk-a-round video:


Cash price $54,900.00
 

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Not on your bucket list, but how about something else you don't see many of... 2014 black diamond CTS-V wagon, rare 6 speed MANUAL, Recaro seat option, etc, etc. Because who doesn't want a 556hp, 200mph station wagon?

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Watched some youtube videos on the CTS-V wagons. That thing is a beast!
 
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Thanks for the trade offers, guys, but below is some of my "bucket list" I would consider trades up or down:
67-69 Camaro Z28 or possibly L78
Chevelle or Nova L78
C2 Corvette or C3 LT1
Challenger RT or Cuda 440 Six pack (might consider others based on price/condition)
Olds W-30
Pontiac Trans Am 70-72
Mustang 69-70 Boss 302 or 428 SCJ
Nice bucket list Go for the Cuda 440 six barrel. 70 model is the best bodystyle.
 
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