Pat’s Repair Shop Sighting

Grand National

As a Snap-On dealer, Pat gets to travel to different shops and sees all kinds of cars. Recently at a customer’s shop, he spotted two dusty finds! One is a Buick GN and the other a Porsche. Here is what Pat has to say about them! From Pat – I’ve been a Snap-on dealer here in Corpus Christi, TX going 6 years now so I know these 2 cars have been sitting at least that long. The GN is my customer’s, the 944 is his customer’s. Unfortunately neither are for sale…yet. Hopefully, if they ever do come up for sale, we will be the first people he lets know about it! I want to thank him for sharing his sightings and I look forward to see what else he comes across in Corpus Christi!

Porsche 944

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Comments

  1. randy

    I was in the automotive industry from 1984 to 2007, I once visited an independent shop that did top notch work on all kinds of cars. I was standing at the counter talking to the service manager and hear this engine being tested, it sounded like the engine on my Honda CB-X, it revved high and fast. I asked Eurick what kind of motorcycle it was, he said it’s not a motorcycle, it’s a Grand National! I said no way. He took me back to find a GNX with a highly modified engine. Oh what a great sounding engine.

  2. pontiactivisit

    I love 80’s g-bodies. Have had many many many of them. A grand nat or a gnx are on my wish list. My buddy has one that runs 9’s in the 1/4 and is streetable.

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