1987 Buick Grand National. This is not a T-Type, clone, This is the real deal, bad-to-the-bone, fastest mass-produced American car for 1987.This was purchased with clean title from the original owner and never registered it so buyer will be the second owner . This car has been well looked after. .Mechanical:Ideal Engine in Somerville, MA professionally installed a NEW GM remanufactured engine. The longblock now has 29K miles and it runs like a top. The total bill was over $5000. Other parts replaced at that time:(documented)New water pumpNew beltsNew hoses (oil, coolant, fuel & vacuum)New spark plugsNew radiator w/capNew fuel pumpNew EGR solenoidNew conventional brake booster (eliminated dreaded Powermaster)New turbochargerNew PCVNew front brakesNew front wheel bearingstach reads max, fuel reads half-fullBody:The floor pan does not have a spec of rust on it. The trunk floor is solid, as is the frame, front to back.The car just came back from the paint shop last fall with new bumper fillers, T-top seals, and a full-body respray, Not a pro job, does have some dings and waves in the rear quarters. But very Reliable Grand NationalNew windshieldExtras:Flowmaster dual exhaust with a mellow, yet menacing tone$5000 Alpine stereo system with dual head-banging amplifiers and multi-disc CD.A/C blowing ice cold.Custom Grand National Leather grey/black seatsOriginal Leather T-Top storage bagsThese cars are going up in value 20% a year over the last several years, so now is your chance to own a great car that pays you back while it sits in your garage. Not to mention, who can resist driving the greatest American car of the 80's from its best model year?Take a look at all the other Grand Nationals out there and come look at this one last.Located at the dealership-WE FINANCE DELIVER AND SHIP WORLDWIDE
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