12-20-2019 Mini Inner Circle

12-20-2019 Mini Inner Circle

Greetings Turbo Regal Inner Circle Members 12-18-2019 –


See link below.

This ultra rare 100% original 1987 Grand National will be sold at No Reserve at the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, Florida.

The auction runs January 2nd thru January 12th.

The car number is T152. The T code cars run January 9th, 2020.

The plastic is still on the floor seats and door panels. The Window Sticker is still on the passenger side glass.

It is as if you walked into the dealership in 1987. This Grand National captures that time frame.

Be sure to tell your friends. A chance to own not only a recognized collectible Grand National, but one that is virtually brand new in every respect.

NOTE - This car is from the same collection that the last GNX #547 was part of, and that sold for $220,000.

Here is the link to this Grand National on the auction site.

Here is information HIGHLIGHTS
• The last Grand National from the Colts Neck Collection
• 102 miles
• Delivered new to Terry Buick in Poughkeepsie, NY
• 3.8L turbocharged intercooled V-6 engine
• Automatic transmission
• Black exterior
• Gray interior
• Power 6-way driver's seat
• Power locks
• Air conditioning
• AM/FM/Cassette radio with Concert Sound speaker system
• Power antenna
• Rear window defogger
• Power trunk release
• Tinted glass
• Halogen headlights
• Protective body side moldings
• Limited slip differential
• Goodyear Eagle GT tires

The stablemate to the incredible 1987 Buick GNX that sold at Mecum Kissimmee 2017 for a record hammer price of $220,000, this 1987 Grand National is the last Buick Grand National offered from the famous Colts Neck Collection of fine American muscle cars, where it received the same high level of care and attention as the GNX. The ‘80s dawned with a renewed desire among enthusiasts for the raw horsepower that had gone missing in the early ‘70s. Technological advances had begun improving performance with computerized fuel injection and ignition controls, but, practically alone among manufacturers, Buick had commenced serious development of production turbocharged engines, introducing the turbocharged Regal in 1978.

The 1984 Grand National set the template for Buick turbo power with a 3.8L turbocharged and intercooled V-6 with sequential fuel injection and a computer-controlled 3-speed automatic transmission driving a limited-slip differential.
Delivered new to Terry Buick in Poughkeepsie, New York, this incredible 1987 Buick Grand National has been driven a mere 102 miles in its 32 years, and it remains in impeccable showroom condition.

Packaged, as always, in sinister-looking black with a gray interior, this final-year Grand National packs the full complement of features that includes a power six-way driver’s seat, power windows, locks and trunk release, air conditioning, cruise control, a rear window defogger, AM/FM/Cassette radio with a Concert Sound speaker system and power antenna, tinted glass, halogen headlights, protective body side moldings and Goodyear Eagle GT tires on special Grand National wheels. Like its record-setting former stablemate from the Colts Neck Collection, this Buick Grand National remains in spectacular, as-original condition. Virtually every single component is original to the car as it was delivered from the factory, including protective plastic coverings on the seats, floors and door panels. Even the factory window sticker is still affixed to the passenger-side window.

In terms of quality and presentation, it is without doubt the equal to its GNX sibling.