1969 Chevrolet Chevelle vs 1987 Buick GNX - Generation Gap: Muscle Cars
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In the latest episode of Generation Gap, Matt and Davin have brought the
muscle. Matt’s pick, a 1987 Buick GNX, is arguably one of the best muscle
cars to come out of the 1980s, with a McLaren Performance-tuned turbo-charged V-6 putting 245 hp and 360 ft.-lb.
of torque to the ground. Davin thought he could slip one by with this
unassuming 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle. The secret is that it’s a rare COPO
with the 427-cid engine with 425 hp and 460 ft.-lb. of torque. This
Chevelle looks like grandma’s car, but goes like a Yenko.
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Buick Grand National Racing Video
A movie made from a fellow Swede, Jakob "heatseeker", the darkblue GNX
clone is his, my car is the Pontiac showing up in the end with the Cowl
Buick Grand National Street & Strip Upgrades - Part 1
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In this episode we give my 1987 Buick Grand National some much needed
attention, specifically to the differential and rear suspension. This is
the second part of a multi-part series where we're making a host of
modifications to this American classic to improve its performance on the
street and strip. Thanks for watching and subscribing!
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