This 1970 Buick Electra 225 is the epitome of a perfect nod to
originality with the right amount of custom work. The final year of
the 3rd generation of the Electra, 1970 has become a widely sought
after model year. This car is powered by a sought-after 455ci V8
engine with 3-speed Turbine 400 automatic transmission. Performance
modifications in this Electra's build include aluminum
cylinder-heads and intake manifold, Edelbrock carburetor,
powder-coated headers, high-capacity aluminum radiator, aluminum
air compressor, dual electric cooling fans, braided steel brake
lines, chrome master-cylinder, and March Performance billet belt
pulleys. This Electra is a fantastic car to cruise in with
power-assisted steering, four-wheel disc brakes with booster and
vacuum pump, power locks, power windows, power mirrors, power
soft-top, tilt steering wheel, air conditioning, and delay
One the outside, this car received an over-the-top customer
metallic Copper paint job. One the inside, the ostrich-style
leather interior with copper piping tastefully compliments the
custom exterior coloring. Each element of this restoration was
completed to the highest standard. Riding on 18-inch Chip Foose
alloy wheels and vogue tires, this car makes a statement upon
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1970 Buick Electra
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
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