This three-owner 1967 Buick GS400 convertible was made in the third week of September of its model year at GM's Leeds Assembly plant in Kansas City, Missouri and sold by Graham Buick of Omaha, Nebraska. It is reportedly one of 2,140 GS400 convertibles produced for the 1967 model year. According to the selling dealer, it is a numbers-matching car equipped with a 400ci V8 and a Super Turbine 400three-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels. Features include chrome bumpers, dual hood scoops, power steering and brakes, a power-operated top, and factory Magnum 500-style wheels with BFGoodrich tires. Refinished in Aquamarine with a white soft top over a black vinyl interior, this rust-free Buick A-body is available now and comes from the selling dealer with the original sales agreement, owner's manual, and Protect-O-Plate; a black vinyl convertible top boot; the uninstalled factory radio and speaker; and a clear Arizona title.