Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
Who doesn't love a good clean classic GS 455? This one represents
the king of them all, the iconic Stage 1 performance pack. This was
one of the fastest production cars in the middle of the Muscle
era's prime and has since become one of the hardest to find. The
Stage 1 is nearly impossible to identify externally since the heads
shares the same casting numbers as the regular GS 455, but have
much larger valves inside. The current owner does not want to take
the heads off in order to prove this one's Stage 1 authenticity, so
they are selling it at the going rate for a regular GS 455. This is
a great opportunity for a collector to get into a rare car way
under market average, as a similar car just sold at Barrett-Jackson
for $117,000. This beasty 455 IS NUMBERS MATCHING and starts with
ease and is ready to drive anywhere after about 30 seconds of
warming up. The paint and interior are 10 years old and have held
up very well, speaking for the quality of workmanship that was
done. Financing is easy and trades are welcome, so call or click
before another enthusiast finds it!
1970 Buick GS 455
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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