World-Class Grand National Survivor 33 ACTUAL MILES 3.8L V6 Turbo Automatic A/C ///
Capitalizing on the success of winning NASCAR's 1981 and '82 Manufacturer's Cups, Buick kicked off the Grand National legacy by introducing a specially tweaked version of their 1982 Regal. However, it wasn't long until GM's conservative luxury crew assumed the full identity of renegade performance division by slathering black paint over highly modified G-Bodies that featured unique and menacing aesthetics. Sold new by Lust Buick of Aberdeen, South Dakota, this coupe features original GM code 19U Black that highlights crisp, original sheetmetal. By 1987, the Grand National's stalwart turbocharged V6 was good for a newly impressive 245 horsepower and 355 lb./ft. of V8 slaying torque. Behind that raucous 6-cylinder, an original 4-speed twists power through big, 3.42 gears that offer a great combination of starting line grip and high-speed cruising ability. Factory power steering makes easy work of quick turns. Power-assisted stops are provided by a familiar combination of discs and drums. And torque meets the pavement through chromed factory wheels and original Goodyear Eagle GTs. Inside this awesome street bruiser, you'll find an original Gray and Black interior that's virtually spotless. Naturally, the car is loaded with all the features you'd expect, including power windows, power locks, climate control, Cruise Control and a tilt steering wheel. Grand National-specific Lear Siegler seats are a pleasant place to log some miles. Opposite those seats, factory gauges inhabit a blocky dash that's free of warps and cracks. And beneath that dash, a factory console frames an elegant factory shifter. Sinister, fast and highly desirable, this Buick is everything a classic muscle car should be! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.