Westrope, 61, remembers driving his GNX to an auto show in Burbank two years ago and pulling up next to a "kid in a Camaro" at a stoplight.
"I took off gently but he really got into it, so I stepped on the gas," he said. "When the turbo kicks in it accelerates like a rocket and I just walked away from him."
With 276 horsepower and tons of torque jetting to the wheels, the GNX could go from zero to 60 in 4.7 seconds. It was as quick as a contemporary Porsche 911 Turbo, for about half the price.
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The last remaining brand new Buick Grand National is sitting in a showroom in Signal Hill, CA...
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