In February 1982, the Regal Grand National debuted, which was named
for the NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National Series Buick had won the
Manufacturers Cup in 1981 and 1982 and wanted to capitalize on that
racing success. "What wins on Sunday, sells on Monday" became the
selling moto for the Buick Grand Nationals.
The turbocharged 3.8L became the standard and was refined with
sequential fuel injection, distributor-less computer-controlled
ignition, and boasted 200 horsepower.
This particular extremely clean, two-owner Grand National was
ordered the power windows but arrived with crank windows. This car
has been barn kept with the battery on a tender and comes with all
original window sticker and bill of sale documents.
Estimate: $30,000 - 33,000