A Buick Grand National could leave a lot of vehicles in its dust, back in the 80s.
1987 the final version of the menacingly styled performance coupe produced 245 horsepower and 355 pound feet of torque, never was designed to sit still, and let alone for 30 years. But two low-mile Grand Nationals did just that.
It was widely known at that time that nothing like the Grand National would be built again, as the Regal platform would be moving to front-wheel drive. A lot of buyers stockpiled Grand Nationals and rarer GNX versions with the idea of making a buck on them when they gained value. Some people bought several.