Take A Ride On The Dark Side In This Not Stock 1986 Buick Grand National. Powered By An Upgraded Turbo V-6 when these cars left the factory showed a mere�235 hp and 330 lb-ft of torque with the help of an intercooler and a sequential port fuel injection system. These additions significantly increased performance with quarter-mile times now less than fourteen seconds and blistering to sixty in under five seconds.�It was now the fastest production car beating the '86 Corvette Camaro Firebird and Mustang.They turned the power down on these Rare and Super Quick Two Door Sedan's. The 86 And 87 Models are some of the most sought after collectible cars out in the market place today. Take one of these car's to the Drag Track And Have A Blast. We are proud to present this rare 1986 Model one of only 5512 Produced in 86 this car is only showing 9345 Miles on the odometer. On the interior you will see all correct and factory look except the upgraded sound system and VDO Gauges For The GNX Look. Glass T-Top's Power Seat and all the Power Options That are Standard Equipment. This GN is still in its factory Paint and looks good with the factory Wheels. Under the Hood We Have An Upgraded Turbo V-6 With Larger Turbo Special Exhaust Tune And More. This is a True WE2 Code Car. Call Today For More Information. Visit Lone Star Muscle Cars online at lonestarmusclecars.us to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 940-691-1070 today to schedule your test drive.
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