Ive been looking for some grand nationals for sale in los angeles. Are there any signs i should be looking for(besides the serial # on the dash plaque) to make sure th car is legit?

Asked by Mar 24, 2011 at 09:36 PM about the 1987 Buick Grand National

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There are several things to look for. You need to do some research on GNTTYPE.ORG. Tons of info there. GNs do not have a numbered dash plaque. Only the GNX cars had that and they were 1-547. On the VIN number located on the left side of the dash, the 8th digit will be a 7 on 86-87 models. If it is an 84-85 it will be a 9. Make sure the RPO sticker (Regular Production Order) is there. If it is a GN it will have RPO WE2. It will have RPO LC2 which means it has the turbo engine. None should deviate from this. This should get you started. ;) Vicious6

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