Let’s just start off by saying that 27 years is a really long time to go without a bath. The folks at Barrett-Jackson have up for auction this coming Saturday, January 18th, this sick black 1987 Buick GNX, and they claim the beast has never been exposed to brushes and towels. And to be honest, it definitely adds to the cool factor.
With less than eleven miles on the dial and in 100 percent original condition, the GNX looks as if it just rolled off of the assembly line, albeit perhaps a little bit dusty. Only 547 of them were built, of which this particular one is #482. It is powered by a 3.8L power plant paired with an automatic transmission. The original window sticker helps to prove its validity, and it is still equipped with its original temporary tags, original invoice, and the purchase order.
It was originally bought new by the Miller Beer Brewing Company and is now part of the Michael Jenkins Collection.
For more information on this GNX or to find out how you can bid on it, visit www.barrettjackson.com and stay tuned to GM High-Tech Performance to find out how it did after the gavel drops.