1987 Buick Grand National WE4 Turbo T
Buick Grand National WE4 Turbo T . In 1987 the Buick Grand National was the fastest US production car with its V6 3.8L intercooled turbo engine. So fast, it was used by the FBI, DEA and some Highway Patrolmen. From the same family came the limited production Buick WE4 Turbo-T with only 1547 produced. The Turbo-T is actually lighter than its GN brother, due to several factors. First, the use of aluminum T-Type wheels versus the steel GN wheels means less rotating weight. Also, aluminum bumper braces help shed weight off the nose. Power across the performance board arrived as 245 horses and 355-lbs.ft. of torque.
This one owner WE4 has 27K original miles and is in immaculate condition. Options include cloth upholstery, A/C, Power Steering, Anti-Lock Braking System, Front Reclining Bucket Seats, Tilt Steering Wheel, Cruise Control, Tinted Glass, Interval Wipers, and Dual Sport Mirrors. At almost 30 years old, this blacked-out Buick is still a head-turner and when the turbo kicks in, watch out! I do marketing consignments for customers who don't have time to set up ads for their vehicle or don't use the internet. I charge a flat fee up front and do not collect any consignment fees when the vehicle sells.
Price - $ 26,000 OBO