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Highway Stars


1987 Grand National for Sale

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I am selling a 1987 Grand National . . . 

. . . just too many cars and not enough time to restore this one.

$5000 OR $4000 (see below)

or . . . .$4000, BUT WITHOUT seats, steering wheel, mats.

Hard top
120,867 miles
Clean title
Engine NEVER BEEN rebuilt
2004R 4 speed overdrive transmission
G80 Limited slip 8 1/2" rear differential
stock 342 gear
Analog dash
Nice interior
Power Seats
Lighting Package
Map light
Runs & Drives but doesn't stop(needs brake system attention)
Car is Rough
Has Rust
Would need to be trailered

Wanted to make sure that we connect the right buyer for this vehicle. Please don't think you are getting a $12000 car for $5000/$4000. The perfect scenario would be for a buyer to purchase this vehicle in combination with a good roller, and you can have an awesome restoration project. Some people may refer to this car as a "Donor Car".
We took these brief videos so that the prospective buyer can hear the car. If you think this car is what you need, please call first so we can discuss. This is the busy season -we do respect & value everyone's time, so a phone call would be the best start.
Call 847-599-1600 and leave a message if it is outside of our reg. business hours.

$5000 COMPLETE RUNNING VEHICLE- Could get much more $$ if parted out.

Would sell it for $4000, BUT WITHOUT seats, steering wheel, mats.

Located at Highway Stars - serious inquiries only
- call 847-599-1600

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