I'm Joe, and I'm 18. I've grown up around cars thanks to both my father and my maternal grandfather both being gearheads. This is the 1987 Grand National he's had since about 1989. He was driving with my grandmother to buy either a refrigerator or a drier (can't remember which) when he spotted it at Red Holman Pontiac/Buick/GMC (now Todd Wenzel) in Westland, MI. He bought it, but it became my gramma's baby. She actually damaged it when she hit a manhole cover with it, got it up on two wheels, and screwed up the lower driver's side. By 2001, when I was 2, it went into storage. Probably to make room for the '68 Camaro that's now in my/our garage, along with the '67 Chevelle. I'd very rarely heard mention of the Grand National growing up, and not knowing anything about them, always thought "Lame! It's just a V6!". Then, in 2009, he brought it home. I changed my tune very quickly. Sadly, years in storage weren't kind to it. The paint's chipped (actually probably from before storage), very cloudy, and where it was repaired, with the RockGuard, is cracked very badly. And, like many 80s Buicks, the bumper fillers are cracked and broken. The "3." on the RH side hood emblem was broken by my Dad when he was using a buffer wheel back in the day. Oops. I actually got to drive it to the Hines cruise this summer (and Dad drove the Chevelle- Pappaw doesn't like to go to cruises for some reason. I've tried to get him to come.) and it was a total blast. Under every bridge, I'd let he turbo spool up (fear not- the second it actually started to pick up speed, I'd let off the gas.) What joy! Okay, enough rambling. Here's the pictures. The plate says "Patience My Ass! I'm Gonna Kill Somebody!" Fear not, originality nuts! The original stereo and speakers are.... ...In the trunk! I might be wrong, but I think this is the original spare. At the Hines cruise with both the GN and the '67 Chevelle. And of course, a video of it! The modifications are as follows: Larger impeller in the turbo, and a non factory (I think true dual) exhaust system. That's it.