I would be afraid to drive it anywhere. At that point, one is driven to question "What'* the point in owning it unless you own a museum?" My GN is a lot more rare than that one and it has been enjoyed by several people. That one is one of about 20,000 and mine is one of 2,102. Do the math and that'* probably one per Buick dealer in the country. How many are actually still driving around? I love my GN to death and will never give it up. I will own that car till the day I die. Anyone who wants to see it: www.cardomain.com/id/darkside1985 I have put tires on it since the pics (235s all around) Boost is addicting. I'm sure you can all relate!
I owned an 85 and what a blast it was. Thankfully I will still get to drive it from time to time, given that it'* my dad'* now. I'll miss it but I'm gonna get it back one day. It'* just too much fun. Can't wait to open it up on those Oklahoma back roads! As you see from my sig it isn't stock. Looks it though That'* the best part!
in my garage we have one with 10,365...ill have to double check but i ran her the other day.
It is my dads, and very quick. we take it around town once in awhile..seems everyone who see'* the car wants to race it. having said that.... i love burning rubber
well watching him burn the rubber because im not allowed to drive her. I have the bonne, " thats your 3800 powered car"hahhahaa. thanks dad.
OMG i have been there before only about 30 minutes away from my house. they have some pretty unique cars. if the car were still there i would be heading there tomorrow. wow what a nice car. i wouldnt be able to drive it though. i would probably keep it for 15-20 years and sell it make a ton of money.