The Buick Grand National Is the Ultimate 1980s Muscle Car
Doug DeMuro
The Buick Grand National is the ultimate 1980s muscle car. Today I'm reviewing the Grand National to show you why the Buick Grand National is special -- and I'm driving the Grand National, and I'm taking you on a tour of the Grand National's quirks and features.
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  • Brian Bertrand
    Brian Bertrand

    Doug's the type of guy that misses the dope white El Camino to his left at the light.

  • Brian Bertrand
    Brian Bertrand

    That's called a spid label and it's not always in the trunk. Doug is the type of guy that is GM illiterate.

  • Bob Hull
    Bob Hull

    My youngest brother had one of these and he put the Canadian chip in it. He would have 3 friends inside and he would have it pegged on the speedo. The only thing that could pass him was the latest Z28 with a V8.

  • Captain FALKEN
    Captain FALKEN

    There are no muscle cars in the 80s, let alone American. No 6 cylinders are "muscle" surely. Get it together, buddy. Start reviewing some real muscle cars and get off the bandwagon budget cars.

  • Obywatel Cane
    Obywatel Cane

    12:09 - driver's toolbox for a 10mm wrench for battery clamp, spare bulbs, spark plugs, feeler gauge, pressure gauge, rugs etc.

  • Obywatel Cane
    Obywatel Cane

    I love them boxy cars of the '70s and 80's. The car was really a car, not a computer on wheels.

  • Jargo Bordine
    Jargo Bordine

    How does this guy review cars and doesn’t know who Fisher body is/was Cmon dude.

  • GhostShock

    I can only imagine an old beefy guy with a mustache and sports coat driving this car... per 80s action movies.

  • Nicholas DiRenzo
    Nicholas DiRenzo

    Dog doesn't know anything about engines. So annoying

    • Monad

      Calling him a dog is pretty rude.

  • Andy Mitchell
    Andy Mitchell

    It's a tuner car, not a muscle car

  • Stephen Parr
    Stephen Parr

    hideous usa 80s styling lol

  • Dopey Tripod
    Dopey Tripod

    I came for Doug but stayed for the crotch cooler

  • Rsap Green
    Rsap Green

    Wow! they only had to change their oil every 7,500 miles... full synthetic only 6,000 miles now, regular 3,000 miles..... good ol days

  • Benjamin van der Bijl
    Benjamin van der Bijl

    Anyone see the el camino at 22:05

  • The Batman
    The Batman

    Regan passed a law that limited speedometers to 85 to try and keep kids from speeding they thought if you didn’t know how fast you were going they wouldn’t try so all spedos in cars back then went to 85 in every car and a funny fact when the filmed back to the future they had to build a custom Speedo face to go to 95 so you could see they were going 88 however in the actual movie car the speedo only went to 85 and you can see it in some shots

  • Bo Jordan
    Bo Jordan

    My dream car besides the 65 gto

  • Charles Bogert
    Charles Bogert

    a bbbbbbbbbbuick

  • An McCLO
    An McCLO

    ample head room

  • An McCLO
    An McCLO

    one rear ash tray and its on the burnable cloth seat

  • An McCLO
    An McCLO

    happiest vent I, have seen yet. still waiting for the current feeling hint hint General Motors

  • An McCLO
    An McCLO

    you look safe sitting inside this Grand National maybe this is why everything is kept GM modest were say

  • An McCLO
    An McCLO

    tail pipe makes trunk look larger

  • Ron Roberts
    Ron Roberts

    I don't have a problem with the 80-MPH speedometer. If you are doing 90, I can attest that you should be watching the road, brother....

  • Michael Cuff
    Michael Cuff

    You can tell Dougs a young buck. Because alot of 70s on back had body by Fisher on the door thresholds. Lol!

  • HabsGeorge

    You do a good job. I was looking at purchasing a collector car from this era. Iroc or Grand National, Mercedes 560, etc.... What would you recommend?

  • openscholar

    Oh man, I remember those joy sticks on our olds

  • Man O War
    Man O War

    Smh...Doug looks so damn goofy reviewing 80's performance icons like the Grand National.

  • Jacob Stacy
    Jacob Stacy

    GTA 4 car

  • Jim Fisher
    Jim Fisher

    doug didn't do a lot of homework on this one. Speedo for instance...wasn't that a federal mandate to max at 85?

  • Bryan Gogan
    Bryan Gogan

    Dude.. You are a moron snd have no buisness reviewing cars.

  • Jason

    Fisher body was the gm plant in Columbus OH. They made those parts and my dad worked there for 33 years. Eventually it was Fisher guide then a bunch of other names but originally a gm plant.

  • Vic Neighbors
    Vic Neighbors

    Graduated high school in 1987, lived in the Bronx, and this was my dream car! Ended up with my dad’s ‘77 Chevy Impala instead😂

  • Jon Day
    Jon Day

    Looks cool but what's it like to drive a car named after a horse race?

  • Tommy Sands
    Tommy Sands

    All buicks were the same in that era. Once again doug raved about the acceleration any yet rated it a low score. Classic dougy

  • vlog_critic

    I’m hustling rn for this car Houseboat on Sausalito / Waldo point This car to drive me to SF for work Sex with Rashida Jones when she recognizes my greatness Universe hear me out lol

  • MrRayMac1963

    I had a buddy that had one back then. It was a beast, and yes he smoked Vetts regularly. G.M definitely made the Buick guys lie about the numbers.

  • Shawn Olson
    Shawn Olson

    Please review an 87-93 Mustang 5.0L

  • Thomas Christopher
    Thomas Christopher

    Beautiful car but didn't realize factory orange peel was that big of a problem back then

  • JayZoop

    Would it be good to invest in modern day logos, emblems, and manuals, and save them like 30 years and sell them then?

  • bobTom37

    We in the office

  • A.F.S.

    Back in the day,,,,these cars were quick. They were very easy to tune,,,and adding a set of sticky tires made them great drag racing machines.Bone stock my buddies ran 13.10 back in 1987 with a set of tires and maybe a cold air intake. Flying for that time period!

  • Mike Hawk
    Mike Hawk

    Closest I've ever come to owning or even driving a Grand National is the one I downloaded for GTA-5.

  • Charles Bronson
    Charles Bronson

    Best car ever

  • UploaderNine

    I used to race GN's on the service drive while cruisin gratiot back in the day. I had a monte ss with a zz3 crate engine dropped in, TCI 700r4 and AC baby. I used to edge out GN's everytime. I built my car to beat mustangs. These late 80s early 90s GT's pissed me off. My Monte was cousins with the Grand National. Beautiful car.

  • WeaponeG

    had an 86 monte ss i loved it still love it wish i still had it so so much

  • Nurse Elliott
    Nurse Elliott

    Definitely wanted one of these

  • no pe
    no pe

    brother in law bought one new, sister was pissed

  • Xavier Roberts
    Xavier Roberts

    Looks like a grandma/border hopper car.

  • Cody Levinson
    Cody Levinson

    This car was perfectly suited for Burt Reynolds. It reminds me of a time when men were men and women actually admitted that they liked their men to be masculine.

  • AMK

    2 for acceleration?! Come take a ride in mine Doug, you may reconsider. Thanks Kirban performance.

  • Ren J
    Ren J

    22:01 look a G Body Fam reunion

  • Ren J
    Ren J

    ford buckles in that era looked exactly like that except they had this star looking symbol

  • Ren J
    Ren J

    I could have sworn Ive seen that log o on the floormats

  • Ren J
    Ren J

    regal/ grandnational its still all a shovel nose to me

  • FriskyOCallahan

    Didn't these have a T-top option? Growing up, my neighbor had one of these and I loved going outside to listen to it drive by.

  • Brian Hammond
    Brian Hammond

    Lets not forget the Pontiac Trans Am Anniversary Ed. It had the same drive train.

  • Andrew Armstrong
    Andrew Armstrong

    Please. That is no 80s model GM G-body car. If it is where the hell is the thumb tacks holding the headliner up?

  • Mr. Pandering
    Mr. Pandering

    Wow that's a fun fact a Buick was faster the a Lamborghini.

  • ala ska
    ala ska

    I shouldn't like those wheels but I do.

  • A.R. Fifteen
    A.R. Fifteen

    GM owned fisher body. Hence the logo there.

  • Sky Dog
    Sky Dog

    Geez, that’s a gorgeous car!

  • Carolina Eric
    Carolina Eric

    Ah, 1980s GM...yep, I remember it well. All of my extended family members worked for them and I remember all the things like the seatbelt buckles saying GM on them. I remember everyone in the family only bought GM cars. Anyway, this car looks like it would’ve awesome to have during that era for sure

  • Connie Phillips
    Connie Phillips

    A vehicle FROM A MORE civilised TIME

  • Bob Riedel
    Bob Riedel

    1980's and muscle cars should never be used in the same sentence. And.....this Buick is FUGLY! I wouldn't want to be seen in one.

  • thamojster

    the 85 mph speedometer was federally mandated for all us cars from the 70s until 88-89

    • HoyaSaxaSD

      Wrong. 1981

  • Don Avan
    Don Avan

    Such a beautiful machine. I drove around in my 80 cutlass brougham in 93 being 17 years old only wishing I could have one of these.

  • Lung Dong
    Lung Dong

    20:05 Wow he is not whining or bitching. I guesd a first time for every thing.

  • Lung Dong
    Lung Dong

    6:37 Square steering wheel????🤔

  • fuck you
    fuck you

    Anyone ever notice how Doug looks like a non coked out version of Quentin Tarantino?

    • The Batman
      The Batman

      fuck you mixed with jay leno

  • fuck you
    fuck you

    Doug is the kinda guy to promise a woman sex then walk into the bedroom. He jacks off all over her face and gives her body a doug score.

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