Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is proud to present this 1967 Buick
GS 400. The Buick Grand Sport entered the muscle car market in 1965
as an option on the Skylark model. By 1967 the Buick GS had come
into its own with a 400ci V-8 under the hood producing 340bhl.
Hitting the market in a more modern design in either a two-door
hardtop, coupe, and convertible variations. Production of the GS
was limited to under 14,000 units in 1967. This 1967 Buick GS 400
is painted in bright red contrasted with a period black vinyl roof.
GS400 badging, dual scooped hood and a set of American Racing alloy
wheels are other distinguishable exterior features. The black vinyl
interior consists of bench seating, GS three-spoke steering wheel,
AM radio, aftermarket gauges, and air conditioning. Under the hood
is the correct 400ci V-8 attached to a three-speed automatic
transmission. Added features include power steering and power
four-wheel drum brakes.
1967 Buick Gran Sport
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