Vintage Motorcars is pleased to present this 1970 Buick GS455.
This totally matching numbers 1970 Buick GS455 is equipped with a Ram Air 455 c.i. engine and the original Turbo 400 automatic transmission.�
This beautiful muscle car is believed to be just over 67,000 original miles.� The previous owner informed us that the engine was completely rebuilt at around 60,000 miles, so only has about 6,000 miles on it since.� Enough to make you feel very comfortable that the rebuild was done right, and won't let you down!
The engine starts up immediately, does not smoke, and pulls like a locomotive!� The original 4bbl carburetor was rebuilt, and performs flawlessly.� The transmission was completely rebuilt at the same time as the engine, and had a mild shift kit installed.� The engine and transmission perform exactly as you would expect from a turn-key classic that is ready to enjoy.
The original rear end was also rebuilt, and features a positraction rear with 3:55 gears.� Under the hood; a new 4-core radiator was installed, and the rust-free, clean underside shows a brand new exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers for that classic big-block rumble!
This car was recently purchased from what is believed to be the 2nd owner, whom purchased the car in 2003.� �
The interior is beautiful, and the front bench seat was redone using OEM parts.� At that time; the carpet was also replaced to give the interior a crisp, clean look.
The exterior of the car was professionally re-painted Gold.� There aren't any visible cracks, scratches or dents anywhere in this laser-straight body.�� This classic Buick is ALL STEEL with no filler or bondo.� During the restoration; full quarter panels were replaced correctly with OEM parts.
This is a "turn-key" classic that is ready to cruise or show!� With Chevelle big block pricing shooting for the stars; the Buicks are slowly starting to move up in value.� Don't wait!
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