1987 Buick Grand%20National in Cape Coral, FL in Cape Coral, Florida

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1984 Grand National El CaminoUp for sale is the GRAND CAMINOIt is a 1984 El CAMINO that has been transformed into the 1987 Buick Grand NationalThe build was a 7 year labor of love professionally built with no expense spared. It took close to $95000 to piece this car together without counting labor. It has the best of all parts.The car has never been smoked in or driven in the rainThe car was completed in August of 2004 and has won numerous trophys including best of Show with car shows in excess of 300 participantsIt has been featured in GM High Tech Performance magazine in April of 2006 and was also featured in the GS Xtra and an El CAMINO calendarYou can see the publication that was printed in GM High Tech Performance if you enter a Google search Al Shapiro Grand schemeThe car is being sold as is with no warranty however it has been completely rebuiltShipping of the car is the responsibility of the buyerMore pictures are available upon request and if you have any special requests please let me know ENGINE 4.1 Liter Stage II casting 25500016. One of about 50 produced by Buick Motor Sports in 1994Buick Motor Sport billet crank Buick Motor Sport "H" beam rods Ross Pistons .030 over sized Comp roller cam with custom grind from Dan Strezo DLS Engine Development Champion GN1 aluminum heads Morel roller lifters Roller rockers JW SFI flywheel BHJ SFI balancerDuttweiler external oil pump Champion GN1 IAC adaptor Champion GN1 ported aluminum OEM intake Champion GN1 EGR block off plate Champion aluminum valve covers Precision 70mm doghouse plenum Precision 70mm throttle body The engine was built by Jay Wilker, former NASCAR engine builder for Richard Childress. ENGINE COOLING Aluminum racing radiator Dual electric fan with thermal onoffENGINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Big Stuff 3 tuned by Cal HartlineFUEL SYSTEM Art Carr double pump in take fuel pump WaterFuel separator with pet cock drainAlky Control alcohol injection with 2 nozzlesEXHAUST ATR dual stage stainless steel

headers ATR stainless steel dual exhaust from down pipe to tailpipe (modified for El Camino) ATR stainless steel 3" down pipeINDUCTION Bigmouth cold air kit Precision front mount inner cooler K&N filter Precision PT 71- GTQ turbo Innovative Turbo waste gate Innovative Turbo MSBC-1 electronic boost controller Siemens 83 lbhr injectors Custom turbo cover by DC-TechTRANSMISSION Century Transmission Mike Kurtz 200 4R Stage IV, capable of 1000 HP Century Transmission 3500 stall locking convertor. Capable of manual lockup in 2nd gear Century Transmission trans brake B&M trans cooler with custom scoop Custom aluminum driveshaft Driveshaft safety loopREAR END Grand National 8.5" rear 3.731 gear ratio. Unsure of manufacturer Auburn Posi Moser 31 spline Axles LPW cover (Truss reinforcement)BODY Buick GN fenders grafted into El Camino fenders Buick GN header panel, bumper and grill Buick GN hood modified to fit El Camino fenders License plate bucket in tailgate covered up Roll pan with new license plate location Paint is DuPont Chromabase and Chromaclear Gaylord fiberglass bed lid with spoiler and 3rd brake lightINTERIOR All Buick GN interior except for pieces unique to the El Camino Custom floor mats that say GRAND CAMINO with GN logo Hood insulator that says GRAND CAMINO with GN logoGAUGES Cyberdyne instrument cluster Electric fuel pressure mounted on "A" pillar pod Knock gauge with audible alarm mounted on "A" pillar podInnovate air fuel gauge mounted on "A" pillar pod with its own wide band O2 sensor. REAR SUSPENSIONMetco aluminum upper and lower control arms Variable rate springs Airlift air bags ATR super large rear sway bar QA-1 12 way adjustable aluminum shocks Pinion snubber 185lb ballast weighted with lead mounted in front of roll panFRONT SUSPENSION QA-1 9010 12 way adjustable aluminum shocks Factory sway bar is off the car but goes with the carBRAKES Master Power Brakes electric vacuum pumpWHEELS AND TIRES FRONT Centerline Convo Pros 15X4 REAR Centerline Convo Pros 15X1

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