What is a 1987 Buick Grand National 1987 worth?

While not a high-end car, the 2nd gen Buick Regal wasn’t dirt cheap, and the Grand National similarly had a high end of the low-end price. For the most epic, prolific, and collectible year of 1987, the Grand National had a base price of $16,617, or the equivalent of $38,745 in today’s money.

How much horsepower does a 1987 Buick Grand National have?

276 horsepower
The 3.8L V6 engine in the GNX was conservatively rated for 276 horsepower at 4,400 RPM and 360 lb-ft of torque at 3,000 RPM and backed by a prepared Turbo-HydraMatic 2004R transmission. The GNX could launch from 0-60 MPH in under five seconds and run a low 13-second quarter-mile.

How rare is a 1987 Buick Grand National?

It is no wonder that the Grand National has become a rare find among car geeks as only 30,022 units were produced during the car’s short lifespan. Though 1987 was a successful year for the Grand National, it also turned out to be the last time that such an iconic model would continue to be manufactured by Buick.

What was the fastest American production car in 1987?

Back in 1987 the fastest U.S. production car ever to be produced was the Buick Grand National/GNX.

What was the fastest Buick Grand National?

The 209 cubic inch, 1,292 horse powered, twin turbo V-6 was built, powered and tuned by the renowned Kenny Duttweiler. The car has been campaigned in NHRA drag racing since 1996….Lot #1249 1987 BUICK REGAL GRAND NATIONAL NHRA RECORD HOLDING DRAG RACER.

Auction Scottsdale 2005

How fast was the 87 Grand National?

Buick said one major reason for the 124-mph limit on the Grand National is the lack of V-rated P215/65R-15 tires.

How many 1987 Grand Nationals are left?

Multiple cars have reportedly sold for six figures, and we’re about to see this one, production no. 480, reach that mark as well. It certainly helps that only 547 GNXs exist.