Details about this Model:
Car Name: 1987 Buick Buick GNX X-RAY
GMP Part Number: 8101
Vehicle Color: white
Interior Color: gray
Production Run: 3504
Release Date: May 2001
Window Sticker Included: no
Envelope For Window Sticker: no
Lithograph Made: yes
Lithograph Production Quantity: 300
Litho Autographed by: Rick Hunt
COA Included: no
Outer Box: yes
Part of a Set/Group: no
THIS is the 7th car in the series.
Note: Sequentially, this model is out of (number order) from the rest, however, by the date of its release compared to the other Buicks in this series, it puts this car next in line. That’s why we are showing the car in this order, in the manner in which the public could purchase them.
This model was special made for the Buick GS Club of America (“Going Fast With Class”) for the June 12 – 16 2001 Buick GS Nationals, held at Beech Bend Raceway, in Bowling Green, KY.
The Buick GNX Xray car is owned by former ASC employee Rick Hunt.
You can read more about the GNX XRAY car here.
The lithograph was signed by Rick Hunt in silver marker, as was the limited edition numbering.
The lithographs box was inked with the Epitome Exclusives logo in red this time around (including the production run number written on it).
No verbage was placed on it (as had been in previous lithos).
The litho was created by artist Jim Connelly.
Unlike all of the GMP cars manufactured before this one, it would receive no reproduction mini window sticker. Most likely because this car was created, and not a factory (GM/Buick) released (actual production line) vehicle.
The outer box bottom did not show the www.peachgmp.com website like previous issues had.
A full one-piece tissue was used around the car, inside the styrofoam container.
(as opposed to the 2 or 3 smaller pieces that was commonplace previously).
The model is a perfect clone to the 1:1 scale XRAY vehicle, which was a perfect negative-image clone of the (black) full-size Buick GNX.
With cool touches like an ASC front license plate, detailed interior & engine compartment, GNX rims vents & fender flares, this would look awesome in your display cabinet, sitting right next to the other Turbo Buicks in your car collection!