1987 Buick GNX
In the tosses of the elite 1980s car resurgence, Buick said screw the V8 and stayed with a turbo V6 program that worked. This alternative was most unmistakably noted in the Buick Grand National, and when it was at long last resigned in 1987, a restricted release GNX rendition was added to the conflict. This was fundamentally a Grand National on steroids and with its bigger turbocharger, higher yield 276 strength motor and all-dark clothing, it made for one threatening sight on the off chance that you were sufficiently tragic to discover one in your rearview mirror. Just 547 GNX Buicks were fabricated, and are currently considered exceptionally collectible.