Gateway Classic Cars of Indianapolis is proud to feature this 1967
Buick Special. Finished in a gorgeous "Champaigne Mist" with a
"fawn" interior, this car was excessively cared for and was parked
over a mirror at cars shows because there is A LOT to show off with
this one! With those sexy lines that run from bumper to bumper, you
can't help but stare. Powering this 1967 Buick Special is a 430
cubic inch 360hp motor mated to a Turbo 400 transmission that can
grab a gear and chirp the tires when needed. Built with a
"Frigidaire" A/C by General Motors that works splendidly well for
hot summer days when scooping the loop at the drive and dive car
shows! Completed with added power brakes to ensure this hot wheel
can go the distance and stop fully when needed! You'll find that
this Buick still has original interior and body panels as well as a
Hotchkins upper and lower control arms, 4 link rear suspension coil
over shocks, Wilwood front/rear disc brakes, stainless steel
exhaust and much much more! If you're looking for something that is
car show ready, look no further. This is the one that will have the
whole neighborhood waiting to catch a glimpse of it emerging from
the garage!Options on this 1967 Buick Special include - A/C, Power
Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Radial Tires, Vinyl Interior
Aluminum Alloy Wheels, Spare Tire with Jack and more!
1967 Buick Special
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