This 1987 Buick GNX is practically new, with just 10 miles on the odometer. It’s build number 155 of 547. The standard black paint with gray and black interior are in remarkable condition, an obvious testament to the low mileage. The engine bay is clean enough for an elite concours d’elegance.
For the one-year-only GNX, which was heir to the all-out-muscle GSX, Buick teamed with ASC/McLaren Performance Technologies. The tuned and turbocharged 3.8-liter pumped out 276 horsepower, 36 more than the same-year Corvette. Special wheels with Eagle Gatorback tires, modified rear suspension and a beefier transmission rounded out the package. Car and Driver introduced the review of the GNX’s introduction “Lord Vader, your car is ready.”