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    It breaks my heart but I've put my GN on the market. This is a jaw-dropping example of one of the meanest muscle cars ever made. I am extremely picky when it comes to my cars. I have a ton of pictures/info/paperwork etc, so feel free to ask. I am the second owner (5 years now) and have spared no expense in making this one of the cleanest looking and solid GNs around. Car has only been touched by rain twice briefly on the way home from car shows. It is a VERY comfortable street cruiser (23+ mpg cruising), but under your foot is 500 lb./ft. of torque if you want it.

    I'm in West Chester, PA. PM me any interest or questions.

    • 1987 Buick Grand National
    • T-top car
    • Loaded (p/w, p/l, p/seat, posi, rare twilight sentinel option, & much more)
    • 165k miles (full engine rebuild/port&polish/balance at 65k miles,full trans rebuild at 158k miles)
    • TE-60 Stage IV turbo
    • Terry Houston 3" downpipe
    • ATR Stainless steel stock size headers
    • ATR 3" crossflow exhaust - polished, with Pitbull muffler
    • Electronically controlled dump pipe
    • 009 42.5# injectors
    • Performance Transmission’s street/strip trans. w/ deep pan (3000 stall)
    • B&M Trans cooler
    • Port and polish of head (0.030 over), balanced engine
    • ATR Ram-Air
    • Jay Carter 93 and 100 street chips
    • Adjustable fuel pressure regulator
    • Red Armstrong XP fuel pump
    • RJC Power Plate
    • Scanmaster 2.1
    • KYB shocks
    • Right-rear airbag
    • Kirban stock appearance springs (slightly stiffer than original but maintain stock height)
    • Kirban rear seat cross braces
    • Kirban front frame braces
    • New water pump, powermaster brake unit, calipers & pads, coil pack
    • Stainless steel braided brake hoses
    • Magnacore plug wires
    • CD player and Sony X-plode fronts, Infiniti rears, Kenwood amp
    • Meticulous repaint done in 2003. This car wins many shows and is the “deepest” black paint I’ve ever seen
    • All rubber/weather stripping replaced during repaint
    • Front seats and headliner professionally redone (rear seat still perfect)
    • Car has never been in an accident
    • No rust
    • Original owner’s manual, window sticker, all paperwork, pictures, etc.
    • Inside trunk signed by Molly - designer of the Grand National
    • Mobil 1 synthetic used exclusively
    • Pinnacle sovereign wax used exclusively
    • Dyno results of 435 hp and 500 lb/ft. torque at the crank in a conservative street trim

    $14,000

    Thanks,
    Jeff

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    bump for a sweet car

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    Damn, that car is absolutely beautiful!

    I have always wanted a GN, but with the new house and two '05s in the driveway I cant afford anything right now... If I didn't have the Vette, I'd be on my way to PA right now!


    (BTW, I will be in Hanover, PA this Friday and Saturday for a tune and intake... )


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    Thanks guys. I'm surprised I didn't get more interest over the weekend...this car is like the ultimate badass American car...and 4th of July and all...oh well. Anyway, Southpaw, how do you like the C6? I'm thinking of getting one in two years.
    2007 Space Grey w/ Coral BMW 335 Coupe

    2002 Blue WRX 5 speed SOLD

    1987 Grand National - sold
    -12.01@113

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    Quote Originally Posted by ezatnova
    Thanks guys. I'm surprised I didn't get more interest over the weekend...this car is like the ultimate badass American car...and 4th of July and all...oh well. Anyway, Southpaw, how do you like the C6? I'm thinking of getting one in two years.

    I love the C6, it has a level of refinement and comfort to match it's performance. I will be utilizing all three in my 5 hour trip from CT to VA this weekend.


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    *2005 Corvette C6 - A few APS bolt-ons
    PICS & MODS <- Built by XX Tuning
    *2003 Subaru WRX - 332 AWHP - SOLD
    PICS & MODS <- Built by XX Tuning

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    thats a sexy car

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    Is this still for sale??
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    These beautiful cars are never for sale when I'm looking for a new car! I can't believe everyone has the same luck as me. That car should have been sold that day! My bank account won't let me buy it right now, not even a scale model of it.
    Whenever I think of the past, it brings back so many memories. - Steven Wright


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