We have a very unique 1970 Buick GS for sale here in Milwaukee.
This is a documented 1 of 16 built to these specs. It features a
455ci V8 Stage 1 with a rare factory 3 speed manual transmission.
The Stage 1 option provided a higher performance camshaft which
increased the horse power to 360. Motor Trend tested a Stage1
resulting in a quarter mile of 105.50 MPH in 13.38 seconds! Options
include: power steering, power disc brakes, factory tach and
gauges, Bucket seats (power drivers seat), factory console, limited
slip 10 bolt rear end with 3:64 gears. Ram air, Buick Rallye
wheels, tinted glass and single sport mirror with remote. It also
features a factory tilt steering column. It is estimated in the
Buick registry that less than 9 are still in existence today. This
is the rarest GS model ever produced. It maintains the correct
factory exterior and interior colors. It also maintains the correct
engine and drivetrain. We have copies of the original build sheet
and Information from the Buick GS Historic Society. This vehicle is
located in our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this 1970 Buick GS
in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it
running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are
interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions
regarding it please call us at (262)-891-4253 or email us at
1970 Buick Gran Sport
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