The Buick Grand National Is the Ultimate 1980s Muscle Car


The Buick Grand National is the ultimate 1980s muscle car. Today I’m reviewing the Grand National to show you why the Buick Grand National is special — and I’m driving the Grand National, and I’m taking you on a tour of the Grand National’s quirks and features.

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20 Replies to “The Buick Grand National Is the Ultimate 1980s Muscle Car”

  1. All the GM G-body cars were really nice. Monte Carlo, Gran Prix, Cutlass and Regal…all the same platform. All very nice.

  2. The interior was enormous and very comfortably upholstered. The back seat was … accommodating. It could fit two quite comfortably.

  3. A friend of mine in the Army has one of these back in ‘93 in Germany. It was so fast. Dear lord so fast. Acceleration like you would not believe.

  4. "Body by Fisher" refers to Fischer Body Company (like many GM brands) began life as an independent company, making bodies for several automakers. In 1026, GM purchased Fisher, and it then exclusively made only GM bodies, and other parts as a GM subsidiary. GM, in the mid '90's, dissolved Fisher, with operations being transferred to Delphi.

  5. I'm really surprised that nobody mentioned this car's NASCAR lineage. Before Winston Cup, it was called Grand National and these cars were championship level cars in the early 80's. Darrell Waltrip won a couple championships in one.

  6. The GM speedometer mystery of the 70s and the 80s. I had a Pontiac formula 77 and had a 200km speedometer, but 2 years later I bought a Trans AM and speedometer went up to 140km?! The rpm kept going but the speed stuck on 140km.

  7. This a great car I drove one like then , it was for a friend of mine.
    I can say it was powerful, maneuverable and fun to drive.
    One more I could never understand his so called Doug score , it looks so unfair and stupid

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