This 87 Grand National has a 3.8L under the hood that currently needs rebuilt, or replaced.� It does not run.
The exterior still looks stock aside from the black 5 spokes, drag radials, and skinnies. �Peek inside and see that it is ready for the track with a full rollcage including the harness bar, turbo programmer, big tach, and SS steering wheel.� The car has�a beefed up 200r4 transmission with a shift kit and B&M Pro Stick shifter.�
This is a great chance to get in a Grand National cheap, V8 or LS swap it, build a nasty 3.8L Turbo, or return it back to stock.
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