In a time when muscle cars were bombarded with emission regulations, one car redefined what a muscle car could be. Buick was not particularly known for producing top of the line muscle cars, but they proved otherwise for five years with the Grand National. Buick’s Grand National dominated the American muscle car market, but they would no longer produce the car after 1987. To commemorate the Grand National’s success on the streets, Buick sent off 547 of their cars to ASC/Mclaren where they were outfitted with stronger internals and they called it the GNX (short for Grand National Experimental). The GNX is one of the most underrated best muscle cars of all time when performance was nearly impossible. Buick has recently renewed the licensing for the GNX title, and it leaves many wondering if they would bring back the GNX or if it would be better to let the car die in its original glory. What are your thoughts? Would you like to see a new GNX or leave the old one behind?
Car: 1987 Buick GNX
Lens: 24mm f/2.8
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