Back in 1991 when times were tough and the market for oddball cars collapsing, there would not have been a long queue of Buick buyers all waving $50K. However, the GN was no ordinary Buick. With a V6 similar to the one slated for use in Holden’s VN range and a massive turbocharger, this is quite likely the only 1980s American car that can justify being called a ‘classic’. Australia is home to a few GN Buicks and last month Uncle Phil featured one of the cheapest seen here. It apparently needed work so finding a fully-operational example for under $100,000 is unlikely.