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Discussion in 'General' started by let me post, Feb 21, 2009.
i absolutely LOVE these cars!!
one day, i will own one!
talk about sleeper status. i seen plenty of cars look stupid after steppin to these bad boys at a red light.
I know awash gunna be DEEP in this thread
Sig check homies
Man I swear to god I want one of these. Man I seen one on the highway just the other day. !@% was so fast...dude hit that mother so hard and caught a wheelwhile he was already at like 65 mph.
long overdue, my personal grail of cars, a must have before i die
definition of a modern classic
Grand National is the way to go sick car
My homeboy tryin to get his hands on one
My dream car is this and a 87 monte carlo ss, can we get a old school car thread going
Where cam at with his cutlass I'm copping a 85 cutty next week from my boy
Checkin in right here! I've got a '87 Cutlass 442....however, I LOVE GN's...one day, I will def.have one. Once I do my thing w/the Cutlass, anddecide to sell it, I'll use that money and add a few stacks and cop one.
What year where those made in? 87 or around there?
this and an 86 MC SS are the only boxy type cars I'm into
trust me, buy one now before Fast and Furious comes out. The price of these cars will surely go up
They technically started in 1982, but only a handful (16 I believe) were actually Turbocharged. There were none in '83, and they picked back up again backin '84-'87, but the '87 is the most desired year. People also opt for T-Type's as well.
....and then you have the GNX, but...that's a whole 'nother discussion. The mention of that car makes me happy in my pants.
People have speculated that, but...we shall see. They're gettin few and far between.
This one currently holds the record for World's Fastest G-Body on stock suspension: this was 1077 HP; now currently over 1700 HP (listen to it from1:15-1:32 )
I hate those cars...
T-Tops you mean? Or am I not understanding something?
was that the same car that denzel washington drove in Training day?
- SMH at so few pics being posted....
No, T-Type's...they started in '82 as well, and used the same 3.8L Turbocharged engine as the GN, just the options were different.
No; that was a '78 Monte Carlo