Buick planned on retiring the Grand National after 1987. Wanting to go out with a bang, GM brass sent out 547 of them to racing legend ASC/McLaren, to build something really special, which became the 1987 Buick Regal GNX (Grand National Xperimental). ASC/McLaren installed a bigger turbo, new ECM, better suspension components, and special gauges. The net result from these improvements amounted to 276 hp and 360 lb-ft of torque. When this car hit the streets, it was quicker than a Ferrari F40 and did the quarter mile in 12.7 seconds at 113 mph.
This example is number 511 of 547. It has only 6,600 miles on the odometer, is completely stock, and even has the original wheels and tires. It has never been 'chipped' or raced and remains bone stock. It starts right up, shifts crisp and sounds great (please note; there are 3 small dings noted in the pictures). Additionally, the tail light extension is showing a little bit of warping. Even with these easily correctable issues, the rest of the car is perfect.
Here is an opportunity to have one of the baddest street cars of the eighties, with low enough mileage that you can get out and enjoy it. This era of cars have been strong performers of late and this very rare 1987 Buick Regal GNX is coming along at the right time to prove itself a worthy investment. Reasonable offers considered.
- Factory AC
- Power Disc Brakes - Front Only
- Power Steering
- Power Door Locks
- AM/FM Radio
- Power Windows
- Original Invoice
||Factory paint job looks nice, easy 5 footer. The only issues with the paint are shown in the pictures. One of note, the right door was tapped in a parking lot years ago and the shop that prepped and painted the door did not do a great job. There are multiple areas of ripple marks and overspray in the door jamb.
||10. The interior literally looks like it has not been sat in.