Autotrader Find: 1987 Buick GNX With 460 Miles

The Buick Grand National is a 1980s car that virtually everyone loves — but if you ask Grand National fans about the best version, they’ll undoubtedly tell you about the GNX. The GNX was a high-performance version of a high-performance version — an ultra-fast version of the already fast Grand National, which was a sporty version of the Buick Regal. And this is one of the best GNXs you’ll ever see.

What you have here is a 1987 GNX that’s traveled just 460 miles from new. Yes, that’s right: This is one of the 547 examples of the 1987 Buick GNX, and it hasn’t even crossed the 500-mile mark on the odometer. Indeed, someone was probably preserving this GNX for 32 years, just hoping values would someday rise to the point where it became a fantastic investment — and it appears maybe that point has been reached.

I say that because there’s been a lot of Grand National and GNX talk lately, with some models hitting big numbers at auction — and so, potentially with that in mind, this one has reached the market. It’s really pristine, with plastic still on the seats and practically no wear anywhere, and it’s almost undoubtedly one of the best GNX models on the market.

If you’re interested, this GNX will command the big bucks. It’s offered by RK Motors in Charlotte for $189,900, which would’ve been an unthinkable number a few years ago, but doesn’t seem so ridiculous in today’s market, with interest in the GNX only increasing. It’s certainly a gorgeous car — and it’s basically the ultimate example of the ultimate version of the ultimate Buick. Find a Buick Regal for sale

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