When hot performance cars like the Hellcat are about to hit the showrooms, it is not uncommon for dealerships to have a waiting list of interested buyers. But one Buick dealer in North Carolina is taking names on a car that doesn't even exist. Is it possible that they have exclusive info on an all new Grand National?
General Motors skated through the 1980s by putting out some extremely questionable vehicles. Arguably at the height of their institutional arrogance, GM produced cars that were plagued with shoddy build quality and uninspiring performance. Few of them are considered ultra-desirable classics today.
Starbucks has a shitload of sizes for your caffeinated consumption, including Short, Tall and Venti. Slotted between those last two is Grande, and that could be the size of the engine in today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Cavalier. But is its price sufficiently demitasse?
A Buick GNX is coming, but it's not coming from Buick. Performance company SLP plans to build their own GNX, pictured above, with output above 300 horsepower and a more aggressive look. Unless they make one key improvement I don't think this is the GNX Buick should build.
New York filmmaker Andrew Filippone Jr. has chosen a righteous topic for a documentary: the Buick Grand National, the factory hot-rod that kept hope alive of a real renaissance within General Motors — rather incorrectly, in hindsight.
Edmunds.com released a list of the 100 greatest cars of all time this past week which gives the 1932 Ford top honors. Their list is an interesting read and is by their own admission "a biased list in favor of cars that enthusiasts love" with historically important models mixed in.
It's not exactly a secret that around here the manual is the transmission of choice. Even though they are harder and harder to find with each passing year, if we had our choice every vehicle made would forever have an optional manual transmission. With this in mind we started thinking about all of the cars that should…
There are low mileage 24 year old cars and then there are Buick GNXs with 10 miles on the odometer. This example of the latter is currently listed on Ebay with no description other than the pictures seen here.
This weekend's Barrett-Jackson Car Auction features a wide variety of cars and trucks. Many of the cars have already crossed the block and found new owners, but you can still dream. What is the 2011 Barrett-Jackson vehicle of your dreams?
When people think about the malaise era, great cars are not always the first things that come to mind. Although it wasn't the best automotive decade, some great cars were still produced. What is your favorite car from the 1980s?
This brand-new car — a Buick Regal GNX with 164 miles on the odometer — is 26 years old. It's even still sports its original $29,389 window as it sits on a California dealership floor. What happened?
In 1987, the Miller Beer Company employee investment pool bought a Buick GNX and stored it away. It has 9.7 miles on the odometer, original tires, all window stickers and production marks. Now it's for sale: $95,000 asking price.
Car: 1987 Buick Grand National GNX
Character: Domenic Toretto (Vin Diesel) And Crew
Engine: 3.8-Liter Turbo V6
Upgrades: MSD ignition, Turbonetics intercooler, T/A Performance cylinder heads, Wenco driveshaft, Cragar Soft 8 Black wheels