Why were two 1987 Buick Grand Nationals for sale with an asking price of $200,000 in a small Oklahoma town? There’s a very good answer.
According to the story told by GM-EFI, the two 1987 Grand Nationals were discovered after William Avila and his friend Shawn Matthews went to investigate the two Buicks for sale. Upon arriving, they saw two very dusty vehicles, but upon further inspection, their price tags were likely deemed worthy.
The two Grand Nationals are consecutive VIN vehicles and retain their original window stickers. Not to mention, they house a collective 1,399 miles on their odometers. One Grand National had reportedly been sealed after being driven just 592 miles, meaning the interior was near flawless. The other, with 807 miles, was nearly as perfect.
So the story goes, Avila did not buy the two Grand Nationals that day, but he did return to scoop them up for an undisclosed price. Now, he plans to keep the two Buick together and do some minor work to bring them back to life.
Talk about one heck of a find.