1987 Buick Grand National T-top in absolutely presitine condition.
As the story goes from the previous owner this Grand National was a
dealer owned vehicle that spent most of life on display in the
showroom of a Buick Dealership in the Midwest. During the recession
in 2008 when the car companies were closing dealerships across the
country the previous owner was able to purchase this 4,000 mile
Grand National from the dealership. Since then it has has been
meticulously maintained in it's original condition. It is 100%
original except for the exhaust, which due to age needed to be
replaced. The interior is in like new condition as is the exterior.
The original Good Year T/A tires that that were mounted in 1987 are
bagged and included in the sale. Brand new BF Goodrich tires are
mounted so the car could be driven with fresh tires. The A/C (R12)
blows cold and the coolant system has been flushed and treated with
Evans waterless coolant. Evan's will prevent any corrosion and does
not need to be changed again. This Grand National is fully serviced
and ready for its next custodian to continue to preserve this rare
This is the sixth in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the 16th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
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