Voivrenetwork: When you find a car that has been sitting for so long, what o you o to it
to get it to run like that and how much did that one cost you?
tyeson85: HA ITS SO FUNNY HOW WHEN YOU ARE SOO SOOOOOO HAPPY ABOUT SOMETHING (LIKE
GETTIN A NEW CAR THAT YOU ALWAYS WANTED) YOU WILL TALK ABOUT ANYTHING WITH
ANYBODY FOR ANY AMOUNT OF TIME.. YOU WILL EVEN TALK TO PEOPLE YOU NORMALY
DONT LIKE TALKN TO AND YOU WILL TALK TO THEM ABOUT ANYTHING WHEN YOUR THAT
HAPPY.. ITS FUNNY HOW THAT IS..... I MEMBER WHEN I GOT MY NEW CAR I WOULD
TALK TO PEOPLE ABOUT STUFF I WASENT EVEN INTERESTED IN JUST BECAUSE I WAS
SOOO HAPPY ABOUT MY CAR. MAN I WISH I HAD A GNX
Geo Nunez: How much did you get it for bro
dgr_1996: please do an update on her...
isaiah213: I would love to own a grand national one day
Rob ert: gorgeous car, great find! rebuild the motor and trans, throw a posi in her,
then your good to go!
Jonathan Castillo: Where did you find this? Looks like a car from MA
05EVORS: 1 of like 16,000 black '86's made....not that rare
Stretch Chiefton: "Hey doug want me to get the dollys"
Crystal McIntyre: It's not a barn find it it were never lost...
Justin Fillion: Do a update video on the GN please!
Dylan Coppenrath: How much did u pay?
niceguy1060: Future street race car !!!
kyhillbillys10: I know where there is one of these with 12 original miles
onebigkahuna69: I'm curious on what other cars where in the barn.?
05EVORS: neat find though....the black cars seem to keep value high for whatever
reason. The limiteds and T types are the unicorns
omery aguilera: How much would sell it for
John P: Come check out my 87 Buick turbo t ttop and subscribe
NJW1973: As a '87 GN owner, I like to say congratulations on your find/purchase.
Take good car of her. She is a piece of American automotive history that
should be cherished forever.
Andrew S: i see repop bumper fillers. A 17,000 mile car would certainly have
originals, my 87' has originals with 87,000 miles. Did you do a carfax on
it? .. nice ride tho, love my GN!
Ryannl2006: Bad ass ride man.
turboslag: How much would that be worth?
Ryannl2006: I have one just like that,still all stock, black and bad ass,nice gn sir...
TheGMlover1: That thing is sweet I want it
John P: come check out my 86 grand national walk around and my other cars and toys
that I have owned and played with
christian berry: Thats so insane!
christian berry: After you get everything all set and its street worthy, Put an adjustable
fuel regulator on it and mickey thompson sportsmen pros or what ever tire
you guys use today. bf goodrich drag radial or nitto or m&h racemaster on
the back and the right custom chip for boost and youll smoke anyone out of
the hole and it will be hard for them to catch up!! We use to have a blast,
Put like 500.00 bucks into one and smoke everyone!
christian berry: What a find!!! That is awesome, and lest than 20,000 on it even better.
RLDproductions: I have to wonder how many barn find cars were actually stolen, I mean like
the car was stolen in like 88 and was stored in this barn and forgotten
motocross03087: Owner put in barn and just never took it back out. I purchased from the
original owner, technically was not deserted.
mnbuick: Amazing! Take very good care of it. I'd freaking kill for one.
Timmy Sienna: I could had one brand new in 1987 for 15,000.
atamagashock: anyway, best of luck with it. you found a great one, and have an awesome
story to go with the find!
motocross03087: No worries at all and no ofense taken. I hadn't thought about people
questioning authenticity but I get why many would. I bought from original
owner and he could't recall when he last put gas in it. we checked oil,
coolant and figured if it started we'd move it onto trailer. I got home,
untrailerd, garaged and then drained full and did all fluids and filters. I
would do all fluids and filters prior to starting. There will be much to
do, for example, my headliner fell today.
AlienPigKiller: I have a valid point if you ever going to make good power with a GN the
first rule do not buy with T-Tops or a sun roof. went threw 5 Sunroof
glasses before I learned that one, but a 10 point cage fixed that problem.
dgr_1996: soooo coool dude i have an 87
Cameron Hook: Gotta say There would be no way in hell I would transport that in an open
trailer!!! great Find friend...I used to work on many of those here in
Phoenix, pickle Kearney and his guys lived around me, hell two of them lived
next door and across the street!!! And As for the BORING video...I found
some serious excitement in it!!! I bought a 67 nova this way
AlienPigKiller: What kind of Vega do you have a Iron Duke 151 or a Cosworth engine The
cosworth can be a bitch to tune but a fun engineif you get it right.
SXTCMODE: had a blk/gry 88 lesbre ttype. bad ass car! ive never seen a lesabre ttype
on the road since. To the day i have only seen one GN and it was parked in
the middle of the CoorsFeild parking lot....ALONE!... thats a mile long
parking lot, it was like somthing out of a dream.
atamagashock: nice find,what state is the car from?inspection sticker looked like NJ, but
its on the wrong side of the windshield?! ive owned my 87 GN for 13 years
and its been in the garage most of its life.i bought it in 2000 from a guy
that had it under cover in a storage unit. so the car has basically sat in
a garage for 20 years. My dad purchased his 86 brand new and both of them
were in his garage and took on 2 feet of water during Hurricane Sandy, so
we plan on getting them back on the rode this summer
motocross03087: Yes, great forums turbobuick and turbobuicks, tons of great information and
mrwarmonga: so after 18 years of sitting you just starts it up and drives it out like
Your_Damn_Cousin: Then the state would issue a "reconstructed" title if that was the case...
motocross03087: Hi disturbing. I get the risk for sure. just enough to get on the trailer
really. In the end, was not the smartest move to run at all. She's running
great now, no knock at all. Did need to replace fuel pump though and
hotwire kit to eliminate knock. Did all filters and all fluids and hoses
and belt. Went to New England and ran a 14.8 with no knock whatsoever (95
degrees that night). I did convert to vacuum as the accumulator was gone.
richpopey: U lucky mofo lol great find and amazing car would love to find one, one day
MrDjh66: Enjoy your find I have an 87 and it's the most enjoyable car I ever owned
motocross03087: Hey MrDuster366, sorry I don't understand your point or question? Not sure
who you are referring to as "this clown"? Anyway, worked hard for long time
to be able to afford the car. and worked harder learning what I need to
know to do all work on it myself. It is a fun car and I'm glad to have one.
Thanks for checking out the vid.
farerse: when i look inside a barn i usually find a tractor or junk .. who dessert
something like this?
louie091468: oh my bad , ok cool i thought is was not started in 18 years. well good
luck and great find on that car,if u git any questions about the car will
gladly try and help u like i told u i am a mechanic and i had my g.n for
like 10 years, rebuild the engine and everything. lol.
1986 Buick Grand National Barn Find, 18 years in storage4.6
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