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1987 buick gnx here is a 1987 buick grand national gnx that is in perfect condition. The motor is freshly rebuilt and with less then 300 miles on it. The body is as straight as can be, and had only 1 re-paints. This is truly the next big collector car. This is # 234 of 547 ever made. This is a number matching car that will only go up in value. • #234 out of 546 produced • first year of the gnx • numbers matching moter (less than 300 miles since rebuild) • the transmission has been replaced under the factor warranty with an oem component. • THE ORIGINAL REAR IS STILL IN THE CAR • FULLY LOADED WITH POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES,POWER WINDOWS, AND AIR CONDITIONING Ready for replacement in 1987, the Buick Regal was one of the last rear wheel drive cars produced by General Motors. Buick made sure that occasion of its replacement a new front wheel drive model did not go unnoticed. The Grand National performance version of the Regal had already been available, but for that last year Buick upped the ante even further. With the help of McLaren Engines, the Grand National was transformed in the GNX, one of the quickest cars produced in North America in the 1980s. The Turbocharged V6 of the Grand National was completely reworked by McLaren Engines. The Turbo and intercooler were both upgraded and the engine's computer was reprogrammed. The four speed automatic gearbox received its own oil cooler. These modifications resulted in a stunning performance increase, bringing the boxy Regal on par with contemporary sports cars. Like for the Grand National, the GNX's top speed was electronically limited to 200 km/h. Outwardly the changes were a little more subtly, with the bright 'GNX' badge in the blackened out grille as the only obvious change. Other changes included a power bulge on the engine cover, vents behind the front wheel arches and wider fenders. Customers had little choice in what their GNX would look like, it was available in any color as long as it was black. Now where did we hear that before? Production was limited to just 547 vehicles, which was still 47 over the intended number. Already a rare car in its day, the GNX is a collector's item today. It’s Turbo charged engine and boxy styling make it the icon of America's performance cars of the 1980S - INSTALLED FEATURES: Rear spoiler, Front air conditioning, Steering wheel trim: leather, Center Console, Power steering, Power, Tonneau cover, Touring Suspension, Radio: AM, 15 Inch Wheels, Custom Wheels, Front seat type: bucket, Upholstery: cloth
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