1982 GRAND NATIONAL RAREST OF THE GRAND NATIONALS ONLY 215 MADE !!!

Price: US $3,800.00 Item location: Cantril, Iowa, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Buick
  • Model: Grand National
  • SubModel: GRAND NATIONAL
  • Trim: GRAND NATIONAL
  • Year: 1982
  • VIN: 1g4aj4745ch225744
  • Color: Silver and Gray
  • Engine size: 4.1 L V6 engine
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1982 Buick Grand National GRAND NATIONAL

This is a running and driving 1982 Grand National. It is in need of a restoration or drive it the way it is. Rear frame rails are solid. Has some rust here and there. Tires are new but dry rotted. I have not owned this car long and don't know much about it. It runs and drives nice and shifts good. It has a clean title in my name and just rolled over 100,000 miles. Both power windows work. wipers do not work.
In 1982, he Regal Grand National debuted, hich was named for theNASCAR Winston Cup Grand National Series.
These 1982 cars were not painted black, hich may confuse those not familiar with them. All started out as charcoal gray Regals that were shipped off to a subcontractor for finishing.
Originally intended for a run of 100 units, ars and Concepts of Brighton, ichigan, etrofitted 215 Regals with the GN package.
Most obvious was the light silver gray firemist paint added to each side. Red pinstripes and billboard shadow lettering proclaiming "BUICK" were applied. The wheel opening moldings and rocker panel moldings were blacked out using black vinyl tape. Finally, front air dam and rear spoiler were installed. On the inside, pecial "Lear-Siegler" seats were installed. These seats are fully adjustable and were covered with silver brandon cloth with black vinyl inserts. The front seat had Buick's "6" emblem embroidered onto them. To finish it off, special clock delete plate was added to the instrument panel which contained the yellow and orange "6" logo and the words "GRAND NATIONAL BUICK MOTOR DIVISION.")