1987 Grand National - Houston

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pmoore4321

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Jan 10, 2010
1987 Buick Grand National in Houston, TX (Memorial Park area) $27,500 (no trades)

I'll update the list when I get everything together that has been done to it. It's got everything! The basics for now.

Precision 6262 BB turbo
Precision SLIC
206/206 roller
Harland Sharp rockers
Forged pistons, billet main caps
Champion iron heads
Champion ported lower intake
Ported TB (by member on here..I believe Steve?)
Bulldog or pitbull? stainless exhaust
Turbo saver
Aluminum radiator
Bilstiens shocks all around
Hotchkiss front and rear suspension (upper and lower rear control arms)
Denso fuel pump
MAF translator
CAI with K&N (built by member Earl?)
Terry Houston downpipe
TA stainless headers
Draglites w/100% drag radials and 100% front tires
Mild shift kit
Custom driveshaft
Razor meth kit
PTC 2800 LU



Too much for me to remember the rest...ask any questions. This is not a beater car at ALL! Runs absolutely perfect (BLMs 127-128)



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Hunter Dog

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Very nice looking car !! Please explain what you did in the area of the innercooler with the aluminum or steel.... I am looking at the engine trying to find where the radiator backup is located since you used that location for the alky supply. Are you the original owner? What is the apr HP?
Thank you
 
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pmoore4321

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Jan 10, 2010
Very nice looking car !! Please explain what you did in the area of the innercooler with the aluminum or steel.... I am looking at the engine trying to find where the radiator backup is located since you used that location for the alky supply. Are you the original owner? What is the apr HP?
Thank you
Nothing out of the ordinary with the intercooler or the alky kit. The intake scoop is stock Precision. The alky kit uses the included overflow mounted where Razor suggests. I am not the original owner. Car is from Tennessee. No idea how much horsepower the car makes. Enough to annihilate my 650whp pickup.
 

Hunter Dog

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Lol..that is a good answer. Reason for my questions is I have a stock 87, almost nothing changed but brakes, new paint job, larger downpipe and muffler and that is just about it, so I am not up on the alky and modifications. Did you do all the modifications yourself since you owned it?
 

pmoore4321

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Jan 10, 2010
Lol..that is a good answer. Reason for my questions is I have a stock 87, almost nothing changed but brakes, new paint job, larger downpipe and muffler and that is just about it, so I am not up on the alky and modifications. Did you do all the modifications yourself since you owned it?

All work done by me. The only thing I didn't build was the short block on this one. I bought the short block from JDPolzin. He had it built.

1. 109 block
2. Two center PROGRAM Billet main caps
3. STD/STD Turbo Crank
4. Line Hone/Line Bore
5. Clean/ Magnaflux (block and crank)
6. Polished crank
7. .040 DIAMOND Pistons
8. Diamond Rings (File Fit)
9. New freeze plugs
10. New Cam bearings (TA Performance)
11. New Rod/Main bearings (Clevite)
12. Block is Decked
13. Balanced rotating assembly
14. Resized, shot peened rods with SPS bolts
15. ARP main studs
 

Hunter Dog

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Aug 1, 2015
You plan to post more pics? Inside trunk, underside of hood, engine driver's side, more shots of under car?
Thank you
 

pmoore4321

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Jan 10, 2010
Car should be in Cali on Saturday. Very smooth transaction!

I have another car that will be listed soon in the "non-Buick" section.
 
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