This 1967 Buick GS 400 gives you the look of a beautifully restored
hardtop that carries all the best from a premium brand like Buick,
right down to the A/C interior. But because this is also a true
muscle car hero, it has an enhanced V8 and four-on-the-floor. So
when you demand style and power in one stand-out package, you know
you've found it here.
Built on the same GM platform that brought us the Chevelle, Buick's
Grand Sport just feels like it's a bit more sophisticated. That's
especially true for this one finished in Burgundy Mist Metallic.
It's a 1967-correct color, but the way it radiates tells you there
has been a large investment in a modern clearcoat finish. In fact,
this started as a desirable Arizona car before it was given a full
frame-off restoration. The result is stunning coupe with solid
fundamentals. So you have crisply creased sheetmetal that shows off
the sharply pointed front end, a white pinstripe that highlights
the straightness of the profile, and elegant flying buttresses on
the pillarless hardtop. Buick had done away with gratuitous chrome
on their GS-cars. This makes the well-integrated bumpers and iconic
fender slashes impressive standout styling elements. But what
really sets this coupe apart are the sporting touches, such as the
dual hood scoops, proper Gran Sport badging, aggressive red line in
the grille, and coordinating redline tires on iconic Mag-style
The light fawn interior has that great bright and classic look to
it. And just like the exterior, you can tell that this was a
detail-oriented restoration. So you don't just get Buick's correct
trim and intricate patterns on the upholstery, but also the little
things were done right, too. This includes the working AM radio and
clock. Even the trunk looks like a meticulous time capsule. There's
seating for up to five, and everyone stays comfortable thanks to
factory air conditioning. But in a Grand Sport, the driver gets all
the real treats. After all, nothing beats grabbing the stylish
factory Buick steering wheel, and the tilt column gives you a clear
view of the original gauge package that's as long as the horizon.
There's the individual comfort of front bucket seats with a
center-console in-between. In fact, in the center is home to both
the correct Buick tach and an upgraded Hurst shifter.
Under the hood this car proudly shows off a correct-style 400
cubic-inch powerplant. Even the distinct red air grabber that
matches the block was restored and comes with the sale. And while
this looks quite clean and correct, there have been some terrific
upgrade for added power. The motor was professionally upgraded by
TA Performance. It includes the later GS Stage 1 aluminum cylinder
heads, Stage 1 high-flow water pump, an Edelbrock intake, and
topped with a later Buick four-barrel carburetor w/electric choke.
It makes for a stronger and more versatile V8. And you get to be in
complete control of it all thanks to the Muncie M21 four-speed
manual transmission that was rebuilt during the restoration. As you
look underneath the car, the fresh presentation reminds you of the
superiority of a frame-off restoration. Since this has been
well-done, right down to the shocks and bushings, you get a solid
and confident feeling on the road. And because this is a Buick
you'll want to take everywhere, there are great driving features,
like power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
The sale comes with desirable extras, like service manuals and
Buick's dealer option book. The original carburetor, cylinder
heads, intake, and Muncie shift linkage can even be made available,
too. This is a superior restoration of a superior muscle car. So
you know you need it in your garage. Call today!!!