Nothing beats that new car smell. Even when it's 32 years old.

Somehow, there’s a 1987 Buick GNX up for auction on Bring A Trailer with just 8.5 miles on the odometer and the factory plastic on its seats. It may very well be the lowest-mileage GNX in the world.

The museum-quality muscle car spent the first 15 years of its life sitting on display in a Texas car dealership and has been preserved in a climate controlled storage facility ever since.

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The black over grey coupe is number 480 of the 547 GNXs were built. The high-performance version of the already mighty Grand National features a turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 officially rated at 276 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, but is actually a little more potent than that. Even though no one ever tried to do it in this one, the GNX is capable of covering a quarter-mile in 12.7-seconds, which made it one of the quickest production cars in the world when it was new.

Back then it cost $29,290, but at the time of this writing, the bidding had reached $111,000. The current record auction price paid for a run of the mill GNX was $165,000 in 2015 and was a relative beater with 362 miles on the odometer. However, the very last one built went for $220,000 at a Mecum auction in 2017.

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How its two owners were able to resist the temptation to drive it all those years is unknown, but you have until Friday to buy it and either take a taste of Reagan-era speed or put it back in the time machine as a retirement fund.