This is a great opportunity to own a rare 1965 Buick GS 400
convertible. It is an extremely nice driver with only 52,000 miles.
The prior owner had this car since new for 37 years and it was
stored in temperature storage. This was the first year of Buicks GS
production and it was the first Buick muscle car.Exterior is red
and the paint is above average. The chrome and trim presents very
well. The black convertible top is brand new with brand new
mechanicals.Interior is a black bucket seat console interior and it
is the original interior. All components are in excellent original
condition.Engine is the 401 CID that Buick renamed the 400. Engine
compartment has been totally detailed to factory specs. The
transmission is automatic with a floor shifter. The Buick Gran
Sport package included Buicks 325 BHP 401 CID V8 engine and the
Wildcat 445 air cleaner referred to the torque output. Also
included in the package was dual exhaust and a heavy-duty
radiator.Options include power steering and power drum brakes. The
brakes are brand new all the way around. Car starts, runs, and
drives with excellent performance and has been very well
maintained.This 65 Buick GS resides in TN and is available for
viewing by appointment to serious buyers.
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