GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this ultra-low mile 1987 Buick Grand National for sale. The Buick Grand National offered here is powered by the original 3.8L Turbocharged V6 with an intercooler. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission. The Buick Grand National was the car to beat at the time of its production as it could outrun any V8 at the time.
The exterior is finished in the original black paint that is in great condition. The exterior of the car also features 15-inch chrome wheels that are wrapped in the original Eagle GT tires. Throughout the car, you will find the Grand National logo and on one of these locations is on the wheels. The exterior, as part of the Grand National package, also features the sport body-color mirrors.
Moving to the interior you will find a two-tone cloth interior that is in immaculate condition. There are no rips or tears to be found in any of the seats. The interior features many creature comforts to make this performance car more accessible to the masses. These include cruise control, air conditioning, a tilt steering column, and electric rear window defogger.
Mechanically this car is in spectacular condition as it has only been driven just over 4000 miles. With the sport suspension and turbocharged engine, the Grand National is truly an amazing car to drive and with such low miles, this is your opportunity to get one of the best examples. This car comes with the original window sticker, owners manual, any receipts, and a large amount of literature that speaks to the history of the Buick Grand National.
In 1982, the Regal Grand National debuted, which was named for the NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National Series (the "Grand National" term was part of the Cup series nomenclature until 1986). Buick had won the Manufacturers Cup in 1981 and 1982, and wanted to capitalize on its success: "What wins on Sunday, sells on Monday". After a brief sort of experimental run, the Grand National returned with an ahead of its time turbocharged 3.8 liter V8 matching power of the big V8's. While restrictions were high at the time, these mean road warriors were definitely in the front of the muscle car pack in the 1980s. According to Motor Trend: Values are climbing and will continue to for prime, unmolested examples. Please call or email with any questions or for additional information on this 1987 Buick Grand National.