This is actually an Oldsmobile chasis that was converted into a Grand National looking Buick. This car is powered by a 6.6 litre Duramax Diesel engine. This car is sick, I do not own it unfortunately...
Duramax vs Cummins
Crew cab duallie Duramax vs. crew cab Cummins. both mid 12 seconds
trucks.... very close at the end... Duramax was about a half truck length
duramax chevelle, sacramento raceway 4-10-10
DURMAX2 racing at sacramento during the West Coast Chevelle Gathering.
Matts Camaro in the
other lane holding his own, good job Matt. Thanks Heather for the great
Viper vs Grand National
Viper vs Grand National
Novi2000 with fuel upgrades. Otherwise stock and on 20" Nitto INVO's and a
6 speed manual. street driven car
Grand National. Built Motor, 67mm turbo,
ET Streets, built/stalled 200R4
Cummins S10 vs. Duramax Camaro
Brandon's Cummins S10 drag racing at Scheid Diesel's eXtravaganza 2009.
Round #2 rematch put me up against the same first gen Duramax powered Camaro Z28. I turned the
Nitrous on for this pass and hurt
traction even more.
What does 1000HP look like?
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1000 HP diesel truck on the Dyno and then laying rubber.
I'd hate to see the EGTs on this one!
I'd like to clear up any confusion, this truck was built by Bean's Diesel
and was shown off at an event were also competing at.
Fast & Furious 4: Buick Grand National
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Heists are, by their nature, illegal. So what could be a better car for a
heist than a sinister black Buick Grand National GNX? And that's just what
Dominic Torreto (Vin Diesel) drives at the beginning of Fast & Furious as
he robs a land train full of high-octane fuel. No one in the picture car
department remembers exactly how the GNX won its role, except that it
seemed such a natural choice that no one gave it a second thought.
Considering the intense stunts performed during the filming of this opening
sequence, it's probably not surprising that a lot of Buick Grand Nationals
(but no actual GNXs) were sacrificed in its creation. In fact, the picture
car department created seven of them, all based on real GNs or T-Types.
Four would wind up scrapped.
The most unusual of the seven GNs built was one with the body mounted
backward on the frame so it could be driven at speed while appearing to be
going backward. To get the engine tucked under the trunk lid, however, the
turbocharger and its plumbing had to be
removed. Most of the other GNs retained their original turbo V6s, though a couple had Chevy crate V8s
It's amazing it took this long for someone to give the Grand National the
starring role it deserved.