1987 Buick Grand National Powered by a 3.8 L Turbo V6 Engine SS Headers and Exhaust Larger turbo and Bigger Fuel Injectors Turbo Cam Automatic Trans ( from a jimmys) Both Engine and Trans were replaced and rebuilt in 2008 Engine has less then 200 Miles Odo is reading approx 49k miles Power Steering Power Brakes Front and rear Disc Brakes BEAR Brakes- Oversized Callipers and Rotors all new body bushings 17 inch Boyn Coddington Wheels Black Exterior was repainted in 2008 - Paint is in Great condition Exterior Trim is all black chrome Factory 2 Tone Grey and Black interior New headliner and carpet Floor shift All gauges are working There is an aftermarket boost gauge and knock sensor Heat/ defrost and Air Conditioning Am/ FM Cassette player HIGHLY DOCUMENTED Bottom is as clean as the top Posi Traction Rear End 3:42 Owners Manual - Disc and paper FROM TEXAS -SUPER CLEAN - SUPER SOLID-
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The 1987 Grand National (known as the Seagram Grand National for sponsorship reasons) was the 141st renewal of the world-famous Grand National horse race that took place at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool, England, on 4 April 1987.
The race was won in a time on nine minutes 19.3 seconds and by a distance of five lengths by the 28/1 each way chance, Maori Venture who provided jockey Steve Knight with his second Grand National ride. The winner was trained in East Hendred, Oxfordshire by Andy Turnell and ran in the black jacket and scarlet cap of his nonagenarian owner, Jim Joel who collected a 64,000 prize
The maximum allowed field of forty runners took part in the race in which twenty-two completed the course however the well favoured grey, Dark Ivy was killed in a fall during the race.