John L: You can tell how 'nervous' that those guys are, that they freakin' STOLE that thing!! I bet they payed less than $8000 for it. If that were mine, there's no way in freak they would've gotten out of there without paying me $20K for it.
nowitsabadtime: Ha! Mass, it figures.
C ray Burke: Nice find! How did you find out about it? Do you know if that was an Iroc under the cover next to it? Again sweet ride.
tunercars3: the problem with the mile reading on these older cars they didn't make room for the 100,000 mark so everyone saying this car and that car has low miles their isn't a way to tell if it rolled over or not
Chris Tillman: Not a barn find..seem like you found some more classics too...eyes rolling...
amari odom: i wish i found a grand national in a barn
Anthony Macneil: I can read maybe you should go back to school and look at the question first. Don't get all bent out of shape!!!!
St White: Skip to 13:10 to see the car running and moving. Save yourself 13 minutes of crushing boredom. Wonder if they even checked the oil before they started it.
Ken Saunders: Hope the oil was changed before you loaded it, would be sludge by now.
Tom Leiner: What a find!!!! I am jealous!!!!
deWaardt: Oh man this car is amazing! One of those cars I'd really like to drive once.
James Dayton: I can't believe brakes worked after sitting that long.
Mike Ivey: great video what state was that in
Outdoorsman_78: One if my favorite cars of all times. Beautiful car. Great find!
sinusbradycardia: Great find.
Michael Proulx: Sweet.
Anthony Macneil: What's the mileage and condition also how long was it parked?? Looks like an 86
Ballenxj: OMG! A whole garage full of cars that I would love to have! Are they all low mileage? You've got a real keeper there.
1986 Buick Grand National Barn Find, 18 years in storage5
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