eBay Discover: 1987 Buick Grand National with 74 Genuine Miles

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By Car Brand Experts

An offering of American muscle car aristocracy is available for purchase and it stands as one of the least-driven specimens you will ever come across. This 1987 Buick Grand National listed on eBay has not been utilized since 1991 and displays merely 74 authentic miles on its odometer. At present, its current bid stands at $53,800, with the reserve price not yet met, and it is also available for immediate purchase at $64,900.

The Grand National is regarded by some as the final (aided) gasp of the age of American muscle cars. While lacking a V8, it boasted a turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine that could put Corvettes to shame. Much like all GNs, this specimen comes equipped with an automatic gearbox.

The Grand National was essentially a high-performance rendition of the Buick Regal. They were all two-door coupes, and their entirely black appearance gave them a more intimidating aura compared to any current or past Buick models since the late 1980s.

The description of this specific car asserts that it is “100% original down to the tires.” This vehicle is being offered by Davis Motorsports of Richmond, Virginia. Not only does this GN possess scant mileage, but it also retains the original window sticker affixed to the window and the original car documents sealed in their original plastic wrapping. If you make the purchase, you might even be the first to perform a burnout with it, which presents a rare opportunity for a Grand National.

This car has mostly resided in a GM collection without much driving activity. The succeeding owner will have the choice to perpetuate that tradition and retain the window sticker, but we highly recommend taking the opportunity to get behind the steering wheel and embark on a drive. After all, it’s in our name – besides, an all-original Buick Grand National is far too remarkable to spend its complete existence within a garage.

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