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1987 Buick Grand National with only 1147 miles

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God it's gorgeous--I would TOTALLY buy that in a second if I could afford it.

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With the exception of a 1959 Electra 225, 1971 Riviera GS

& 1987 GNX this is the hottest, most desirable Buick ever

made. That's just my oppinion.

$29,000 is a fair asking price for such a nice & rare machine!

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A friend of a friend runs this shop restoring Pontiacs - mostly Trans Ams or Firebirds.  But, this is just beautiful:

http://taspecialties.com/87gn.htm

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Here's what else he's selling now:

http://taspecialties.com/stock.htm

And what he's already restored/sold:

http://taspecialties.com/sold.htm

-RBB

Thats not the original IP cluster of course so I wonder how many other mods were made to it. The original IP only went to 85 mph. Keeping it original in the long run would make it worth more I would think.

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I think I saw this car listed on eBay about a month ago...

The listing on the web site showed some other mods to the car:

Not only did this car come decked out with all of the options, the owner before he even took possession of the car had alot of the GNX parts installed.  He has the chip for the engine and transmission changed, the intercooloer, the suspension, and even the 145mph speedometer.  He also had the door handles shaved and the doors open by remote.

As I had mentioned before, the owner had the door handles shaved and the entire car was repainted.

Too bad they didn't leave it stock...

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