1970 Buick GS
The Gran Sport name has been used on several high-performance cars
built by Buick since 1965. Buick was surpassed in luxury and
comfort appointments only by Cadillac, which did not produce
performance models. As a result, the Buick GS series were the most
opulently equipped GM sport models of their era.
We have a frame-off restored 1970 Buick GS here at Adventure
Classics in a great subtle shade of Bamboo Cream with the 350 cubic
inch Ram Air engine and a bunch of factory documentation including
Engine & Drivetrain
Our Buick is powered by a 350 cubic inch V8 Buick engine mated to
an automatic transmission and features power steering, correct red
painted factory intake manifold, engine block, and valve covers,
4-barrel carburetor, cast iron factory exhaust headers and a custom
The 350 even has a correct factory Ram Air Cleaner and sits in a
clean and detailed engine compartment that looks just like it did
from the factory.
The interior features a pair of black front bucket seats and
matching rear seat, black carpet with GS floor mats, Factory 6000
RPM tach, all the gauges from the factory as well as auxiliary
gauges, floor shifter in the factory chrome and wood floor console,
and Sonomatic Buick radio.
The upholstery is in excellent condition including the door panels
and the trunk also looks as new with the correct spatter paint as
well as trunk mat.
The 1970 Buick GS is finished in the factory correct Bamboo Cream
with a red stripe along the bottom of the body. It rides on the
correct factory Buick Rally wheels with red line tires to give it
the right look for the era.
The 1970 Buick GS we have available here at Adventure Classics is a
perfect example of a muscle car from 1970 that was restored years
ago and driven but still retains a glossy sheen and almost all the
correct parts that it came original with, including a ton of
original paperwork too.
Do not let this one get away from you.
Call or email us at:
(727) 688-1148 OR (727) 580-9919