|Engine||6cyl - 3.8L|
This is a mint 1987 Buick Grand National that is extremely well taken care of and very original. This car has lots of badging on it to let everyone know you are driving a Grand National; wheels, fenders, dash, headrest and floor mats. The engine bay is very clean and fun to inspect with the turbo and piping. The car drives like a dream, once the turbo spools up it pounces forward and throws the driver back in their seat. The automatic is perfect for this; all you have to do is hold on! The interior is a two tone gray and black color scheme. Everything inside is original except for an A-pillar mounted Auto Meter boost gauge. The original Delco radio, floor mats, gauges, and controls are all in very good working shape. It is a very spacious and comfortable interior. The black paint is in extremely good condition as the car has always been garaged kept.
All good things come to an end, and Buick decided to go out with a bang for its final Grand National. In 1987, a lightweight WE4 (turbo T) option was offered. Only 1,547 of this variant were produced. The differences between a WE4 and the Grand National were the interior trim package, wheels, exterior badging, aluminum bumper supports, and aluminum rear brake drums as opposed to the Grand National's cast iron, making the WE4 a lighter and faster car. The rear spoiler was only available as a dealer installed option. 1987 was the only year that the LC2 turbo option was available on any Regal, making it possible to even see a Limited with a vinyl landau roof and a power bulge turbo hood. Turbo Regal Limiteds were one of the rarest models of turbo Regals produced second only to the GNX at 1,035 turbo Limiteds. Turbo Regal Limiteds could be ordered with many options with most having chrome external trim but for $35 could have been built with the full black-out trim option making them extremely rare. Limiteds were treated to a very luxurious interior with plush carpeting and optional bench pillow seats and a column shift. The 1987 model would be the end of the manufacture of the RWD "G-Body" Regal, but GM had to extend the build of the Grand National to meet customer demand into December.