I’m sell my 1987 Grand National GNX clone. I purchased this vehicle back in February 2014 and have maybe driven it 500 miles. It’s spends its life in my climate controlled garage set to 71 degrees year round. This vehicle has 71,000 actual miles and a ton of adds. I’ve personally never raced this vehicle although it is set up as a street/strip car. I am a small collector and have decided to move on with this vehicle to something else, please no trades! I’ve included The dyno results after the vehicle was completed along with a few receipts for the engine and transmission totaling around $12,000. I’ve included a few photos of some paint issues, one area on the bumper below the passenger headlamp and also both of the fender vents have been poorly painted but could easily be removed and redone. Overall the paint is in excellent condition. There are a few small tears in the seats from use. The heater control box was removed so the car does not have AC or heat along with the wiper linkage and motor. This never bothered me since the car never seen rain and I only drove it on nice weather days. I found replacement parts on eBay to add to the vehicle but never got around to purchasing.
Along with the items listed on the receipts the vehicle also has the following along with a ton of adds not listed with the suspension and exhaust system -Alkycontrol-Hydroboost conversion
Recently completed in the last 100 miles-Resealed intake-New valve cover gskts -Replaced rear main seal-Replaced oil pan gskts-Adjusted valves
If you are looking for a Grand National you were planning to tune and really get some power out of here’s one already done for a fraction of what’s invested into this car. This vehicle is for sale locally and the auction could be ended at any time. This vehicle has a clean, free and clear title. Call or text with questions [hidden information] Jarred SmithOn Oct-01-19 at 11:49:23 PDT, seller added the following information:I stated the vehicle had 71,000 miles, the vehicle mileage listed is correct 75,199 not 71,000 sorry for the confusion.