The GNX, which stands for “Grand National Experimental,” may have only existed for one model year, but it left a lasting impact. Buick made the car for the final year of the base Grand National’s second generation in 1987. The production run was rather limited, being one year long, and they were all painted black on the exterior.
What’s even weirder is that one model has never been sold since it arrived at the dealership all those years ago, allowing it to remain in pristine condition. Further, as the Buick GNX is an older car with a limited production run, prices for a GNX today remain high.
However, one of the remaining GNX units even broke a price record at Barrett-Jackson when it was sold, going for six figures. Read on to find out more about the price of a GNX today, as well as how this particular GNX was never sold and remains so immaculate.
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