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1986 Buick Grand National Stock Turbo T-type Coupe No Reserve 80+ Pics 2 Videos! on 2040-cars

US $21,000.00
Year:1986 Mileage:84450
Location:

Williamston, South Carolina, United States

Williamston, South Carolina, United States

Beautiful Totally Stock Grand National
  • Always garage kept, driven to shows and pleasure cruises only
  • 84,450 Original Miles
  • One Repaint, Beautiful!
  • Upgraded Kenwood CD stereo system with remote (original radio included)
  • Cold Air Conditioning
  • Power Windows, Seat and Antenna
  • New tires, only 500 miles on them
  • Correct Trunk Kit added
  • Original Spare Tire and Jack
  • Original Sales Book
  • Original Owners Manual
  • Clean Carfax

  • Recent Work Completed
  • New Brakes
  • New Alternator
  • Cooling System Flushed
  • Transmission System Serviced
  • Flywheel Replaced
  • New Battery
  • Recent Tune Up
  • New Heat Control Valve
  • Gas Tank Re-furbished
  • After Cooler Control Module Replaced
  • Only thing it really needs is it is missing the button on the drivers side electric seat

  • This is my father in laws car, he is meticulous how he takes care
    of his cars, especially the classics which he shows from time to time
    This car runs and drive like new, fly into beautiful Greenville SC (GSP)
    and drive it home. Bid with confidence, I have excellent feedback and work hard
    to maintain it. Ask any questions! If you have any questions you can contact Dave @ 864-367-0357
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    Following are 2 Videos of the car running and driving

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