Darth Vader's car has never looked more incredible.
A few immediate things you ought to know about this 1987 Buick GNX: First off, it’s car #008 and it still has the ASC McLaren window sticker attached. Second, it’s been properly stored in a private climate controlled museum for years. And third, it’s got just 197 miles on the odometer and has remained in the town it was built. It’s all original and there are still crayon markings and paper suspension tags.
Even a bar code sticker that never burned off the catalytic converter remains.That would happen if a car is never driven in the first place. There’s no need to go into any great detail about the overall awesomeness of the Buick Grant National. That’s a given. But the ’87 GNX was particularly special. It was the final production year of the entire Grand National lineup. Even Buick held on to car #001 for its own heritage purposes. When it was sold new back in 1987, buyers were asked to fork over $29,900, a hefty price tag for that time. But car #008, has an asking price of $124,900 and there’s already a pending offer.