There are many things which are mind-blowing amazing about this 1987 Buick Regal GNX. This car, which used to terrorize the streets and make Ferraris tremble in its day, has been preserved so well, it looks as if it just rolled off the dealer lot. Only 460 miles are on the odometer, meaning the lucky individual who gets it from RK Motors will own perhaps the cleanest GNX on the planet.
This Regal from Hell really packs a punch with a barely-used 3.8-liter V6 turbocharged engine. Acceleration from 0-60 takes just 4.7 seconds, making it the most powerful American production vehicle for the year. The factory 10-bolt rear axle with 3.42 gears is completely intact, plus this car comes with power steering, power front disc brakes, and rear drums. If you drive this car, you’ll find the ASC McLaren-tuned suspension helps it hug curves, instead of handling like a land barge.
As the ultimate Buick T-Type, this car has a signature sinister look any true enthusiast knows right off the bat. The blacked-out exterior with 16-inch wheels is a calling card for hardcore performance. That paint is still in showroom condition, so all you need to do is keep it polished and waxed to perfection.
Also immaculate is the tri-tone interior. The seats and front floormats are covered with protective plastic. No signs of stains, tears, or any other damage is present. All the controls and gauges from the factory work. The trunk liner is also in showroom condition.
Collectors who are looking for a thoroughly-documented and immaculate 1987 Buick Regal GNX can really hit pay dirt on this car. It comes with the original window sticker, plus the original warranty booklet with the owner’s information inside. There were only 547 of these cars made by GM, so they aren’t exactly in high supply. Many have been heavily modified and raced hard, so to find one in such well-preserved condition is an exceptional opportunity.
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