In 1982, Buick introduced the Grand National to celebrate their
wins of the Winston Manufacturers Cup, and what began as a limited
run of 100 cars to celebrate their victories became a mainstay of
the Buick brand through the 1980s. Something about the Grand
National captured the essence of American automotive culture
throughout the 1980s. In 1987 when this Grand National was
produced, Buick had created a swan song for the Buick Muscle Car, a
working man's supercar, with huge amounts of usable torque and a 14
second quarter mile time right off the dealership lot. Driving this
car is a nostalgic experience and it brings the driver back to a
simpler time of cars when passion and competition lead the
automotive design, not safety features and fuel economy. The Turbo
3.8L V6 pulls hard and this car is fantastically fun to drive. The
all-black appearance of this Grand National gives it an aggressive
look that is sure to turn heads anywhere you bring this car. This
is your opportunity to own a hard-to-find documented low-mileage
Grand National that's fully loaded and well-sorted, that's true to
when it first came out of the factory, with documented and window
sticker ! Please call or text for any additional information my
cell is 203 947-5293, email me at [email protected] We
look forward to finding you the car of your dreams!
1987 Buick Grand National
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