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Buick Grand National Air Conditioning & Heat
Buick Grand National Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
Buick Grand National Brakes
Buick Grand National Charging and Staring Systems
Buick Grand National Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Buick Grand National Cooling System
Buick Grand National Decals, Emblems & Detailing
Buick Grand National Emission System
Buick Grand National Engines & Components
Buick Grand National Exhaust
Buick Grand National Exterior
Buick Grand National Filters
Buick Grand National Gaskets
Buick Grand National Gauges
Buick Grand National Glass
Buick Grand National Ignition System
Buick Grand National Interior
Buick Grand National Lighting & Lamps
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Buick Grand National Safety & Security
Buick Grand National Suspension & Steering
Buick Grand National Transmission & Drivetrain
Buick Grand National Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Buick Grand National Wheels and Tires
Buick Grand National Other Parts
Buick Grand National Turbocharged Sports Car
The Buick Grand National is by far my favorite Buick of all time. It only lasted a few years, then was discontinued because it was a threat to other performance vehicles produced by GM, particularly the Corvette. It was faster than the Corvette when it was discontinued in 1987.
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The Grand National started as an option on the Buick Regal in 1982. It was officially named the Buick Regal Grand National until 1986, when the Regal name was dropped so the Grand National brand could develop on its own. The Grand National name only lasted for 1986 and 1987, but those cars were among the best performing American cars of the 1980's. Featuring a 3.8 L V6 with a turbocharger and intercooler, the car had 235 horsepower and a 0 to 60 time of 5 seconds flat. There was also another beast in this line of cars that Buick had up their sleeves: the GNX. The GNX was a fully-optioned Grand National that was sent to ASC/McLaren Specialty Products for modification. They ended up with 275 horsepower engines and 360 lb-ft of torque. The cost of the GNX option was $11,000, making it very rare. Only 547 were produced. They can still be found on the used car market, although they are considered true collector cars and their value shows it. Many have sold for $50,000 or more. Parts for all variations of the Grand National are available online.
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