1987 Buick Regal --
The GN looks bad to the bone. These cars were fast in their day, and this one still feels so in today's parlance: 330 pound-feet of torque is a meaningful number, as is 235 horsepower. Funny as it sounds now, in its era this car used to give the Corvettes and other high-end sports cars a run for their money. Finished in Black over plethora Gray-Black cloth, this 3.8L Intercooler Turbocharged V6 comes with excellent features: 4-Speed Automatic Transmission, New Short Block, Kenwood Stereo System with CD Player, AuxUSB Adapter, Power Windows, Air Conditioning, Concert Sound II Sound System, ScanMaster 2.1 Diagnostic Tool, New Fuel Pump Kit, New Head Gasket, New Battery, New Spark Plugs, Stiffer Suspension Springs, Performance Back-Lit RPM Gauge, Turbo Boost Gauge, Rear Defrost, 15 Inch Aluminum Wheels and much more. The Grand National was absurd but brilliant. It is one of the few true legends that America has to brag about the auto industry during the mid-80s and it still amazes the muscle enthusiast even today. Call the Toy Barn today for more information, 614.799.5000.