Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by neonwheels, Jun 12, 2007.
Here's the pics: http://outdoors.webshots.com/album/558978075mndawH
Is it worth it?
I'm on the fence...
1987 Buick Grand National, 55k miles, motor and trans rebuilt aprox 10k miles ago, runs and shifts great, 36lb injectors, Red Armstrong 93 octane chip, Red Armstrong Fuel pump and Hot wire kit, Adj fuel pressure regualtor, Adjustable wastegate, Front slotted and drilled rotors, hawk street pads, Fresh Paint, Interior is clean
That's not a GNX, fucktard
Grand National != GNX?
Oops... My bad. I see it now. I jumped the gun.
So worth it or no?
~55k, rebuilt within the last 10k
GNX = Different turbo, different wheels, different suspension, etc.
I jumped the gun... I = GNX/GN n00b
you can tell its not a gnx becuase of the guages
Not really, unless it's super low miles and he's gonna blow you. I think it's high.
I GN is a Grand National. A GNX is not.
Conversely, GM is General Motors, the company that produced both the GN and GNX. Thentherefore, the car in question is a GM GN. Isn't that a rip-roarin' good time!
The more you know!
And the wheels, and the lack of vents, and the lack of GNX badging, and the interior, and the turbo cover, and...
Since it didn't list anything, I just assumed a stock build.
It's not THAT fast, doesn't handle too great, looks are well... up to the person looking. Not a 16k car.
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Get it. I'm not a huge fan of them, I don't like 80s styling, and I loathe the interiors, but my friend had a pretty fast one.
Pretty fast as in the general 900-1000hp range.
That's my thoughts.
Local GM stealership has a real GNX in the showroom
they're asking $30k
That's not a sports car, you dumb fuck 07.