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11-12-2015, 08:02 AM
I am selling my very Clean 1987 Grand National. This car was appraised in 2009 for $26,500
Please feel free to contact me with any questions
I have receipt's in a folder that total over $19000 of work that has been done to this car.
These receipt's are just for the paint job, Fast XFI, tuning, suspension and audio system. They do NOT include the heads, turbo, motor, innercooler or transmission. I would say there is around $35000 invested in just work done to this car.
The car runs and drives excellent, The trans shifts great and the suspension is tight with no rattles or noises of any kind. The car also corners and handles amazing with the upgraded suspension and sway bars.
Paint and body- The car is completely rust free with no previous rust. It was disassembled, stripped to bare metal and painted. Under the hood and trunk look just as good as the body. It was done to a very high standard.The paint an body is amazing. I have the original paid bill of $9057 for this work done in 2008. The body, frame and structural component's are all perfect.
Motor and Transmission are rock solid. Motor was built by Jerry Richards and the Transmission by Janis Transmission.
Turbo #45 62MM
Snow Performance Meth kit
FAST Management system
9" Art Car Converter
Double intercooler
2 XP Fuel pumps
Terry Huston 3" downpipe
Hardened Main Caps
206-206 Comp roller cam
Champion CNC Heads with SS Valves
Ported intake and Exhaust
3" SS cat back exhaust
Air Bags & S-10 rear wheel Cylinders
Custom Made Proportion Valve
Volt Booster & Adjustable FP Regulator
Upgraded springs, suspension and sway bars
Upgraded factory speakers with alpine, still looks 100% stock
this car made 500hp and just over 700 pound feet of torque at the rear wheels on a dyno at ProCar

I bought this car from the original owner. The car was in a accident at some point and totaled out by the insurance company and bought back by the original owner. The damage was just to the front passenger fender which was replaced at that time. There was no other damage to the car and zero frame or structural damage. This car had a rebuilt title. I was told the reason it was totaled was because the company valued it as a regal and the fact it was a grand national was not factored in.


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