The 1970 Buick GS 455 represents the pinnacle of Buick performance
during the Muscle Car era. They are super rare, and highly
collectible! This 1970 Buick GS 455 Convertible is a local car and
was owned by one family up till 2019 where it was purchased by an
avid local private collector with a great eye for rare investment
classics. We acquired the car from him and are now offering it for
sale world-wide. The Fire Red paint shows well and always gets
complements. However, there are some subtle imperfections here and
there. The doors, hood, and trunk all open and shut nicely with
perfect gaps. Very comfortable to drive! The seats and head rests
have been re-covered and over-all the interior looks great. The
carpet is original, and the factory 8-track player has been
converted to a hidden CD player. It features a Tilt Steering
Column, excellent Dash, crisp Gauges, and a Black Power Top. Runs
outstanding with lots of power from the 455 V8 backed by a 3-Speed
TH400 Automatic Transmission. Has smooth Power Steering and stops
great with Power Drum Brakes. Dry underside with no rust issues.
Sale includes the original Owner's Manual, Protect-O-Plate, and
authorized selling dealer imprint document. Very fun Muscle Car and
makes for a perfect driver to work on sunny days. Jesse
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