The Buick Grand National and GNX have defied timelines and both become serious collector cars, despite remaining a relatively young amid the classic car scene. But, with good reason.
Only 547 Buick GNXs were ever built between a collaborative effort involving Buick and ASC McLaren, but this one found its way to Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale and found a new home in the process. With only 1,500 miles on the odometer, this GNX sold to the tune of $117,700.
It’s not the highest price we’ve seen paid for a GNX or Grand National, but six figures for a souped up Buick Regal T-Type is no laughing matter. And we’re not knocking the GNX by calling it a T-Type, either.
This particular example was backed up by extensive documentation from its original and only owner, who purchased the car from his local dealership in 1987. The vehicle even sold with an exclusive GNX owner’s jacket.
As these cars become harder to come by, we can imagine prices will stay in the six-figure arena for the near future.