With only 232 produced, this Buick is one rare muscle car.
Originality being the key word, this car is eager to please. It
even has the original Protect-O-Plate which has the original and
only owner's name. Known as The Gentlemen's Muscle Car, this 1970
GS has it all. This number matching 455 cubic inch Ram Air V8 is
backed by a tough and stout Turbo 400 with Stage 1 pitch
transmission. The factory specs are 510 pounds of torque at 2800rpm
and a 3.42 posi geared with 10 bolt rear end. The original shade of
Sea Mist Green adorns this beauty and is complimented finely by the
polished chrome trim. Originally this car was a factory executive
car also known as Brass Hat . The executive could order all the
options he desired, therefore, this car is optioned with air
conditioning, AM/FM radio, electric convertible top, cruise
control, beauty ring steel wheels, power brakes, power seats, power
steering, power windows, rare shoulder seatbelts, tilt wheel, rear
window defogger and the California Emissions. There is not a finer
1970 Buick Gran Sport
Location:Youngville, North Carolina
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