F/S 1987 Grand National - Stock Original

TT/A1233

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I've had this car for @ 3 years and it's been barely driven. It starts and runs well, stock with 93,000 miles. The only aftermarket parts I'm aware of is the Hooker exhaust. Original GM paint after 32 years is fair, upper surfaces of the paint show spiderweb type cracks. Interior photos to come....

T-Tops
Concert Sound II
Power Windows
Power Lock
Tilt Wheel
Non-EQ Stereo
G-80 Posi
Power Trunk
Power Antenna (stuck in the up position)
Delay Wipers
Rear Window Defogger
Cruise Control
Manual Seats

$12,500

Additional photos will be taken upon request.
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Contact Dean at dlambo1@comcast.net
 

TT/A1233

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My bad, I haven't been under the hood in quite a while. Someone installed a chrome up-pipe prior to my purchase and last year I converted the brakes from the POS PowerMaster to standard vacuum.

Dean
dlambo1@comcast.net
Davisburg, MI
 
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TT/A1233

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No rust, the only spot (and it's not rust) where someone tried some sort of paint repair is in front of the driver's side rear tire. It's in the rock guard area and I haven't touched it since I purchased the car. It almost looks as if a spot of paint the size of a 1/2 dollar chipped off and someone tried a back yard paint repair. If you look at all my posted photos it's not really noticeable but I got this photo with a flash then enhanced the pix to make it stand out.

I'm in Davisburg MI which is between Flint and Detroit.
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TT/A1233

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Current prospective buyer passed on it yesterday and will make a final decision by Friday in case anyone's interested.
 

Greggory

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IMHO she looks like a great OE survivor and is the perfect example of what I am looking for, it is killing me that I cannot make a fair offer at this time.
 

TT/A1233

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If you look at all the cars I've owned that's all I'm interested in...OEM cars. I went from MI to PA to look at this one for my wife and she wanted it (I didn't). It wasn't up to my personal standards as far as it's condition compared to my previous cars but she wanted it and the rest is history. We had aspirations of freshening up the motor and fresh paint but that's a task I don't want to undertake. It really is an original car from top to bottom, it just has 93,000 miles and the paint is 31 years old. At 93k miles the engine is tired and needs to be freshened up and it needs paint, that's it. I've actually been driving it the past 2 days and it really drives great. No rattles, no noises, quick as hell (still barks 2nd gear nicely)....but has 93,000 miles. I've only had 2 previous cars with as many miles and that was my 1st GN in 1990 which I sold in 1996 with 71,000 and my current D-84 Turbo-T which now has 51,000 miles.

So far it's still here and on the market in case you can work it out.

Dean
 
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