Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1970
Buick GSX Tribute. The GSX was a limited- edition muscle car
manufactured by General Motors from 1970-1972. A true powerhouse
with a 455ci. V-8 under the hood. A real beauty that is easily
recognizable painted in only two-colors Apollo White or Saturn
Yellow. Distinctive stripes, spoiler and hood mounted tach made for
one masculine looking muscle car.This 1970 Buick GSX Tribute had
been painstakingly built right down to its Saturn Yellow paint, GSX
black stripes with red pinstriping, front and rear spoilers, Buick
rally wheels w/ BF Goodrich raised white letter tires, and GSX
badging. Set up with functional hood scopes feeding the Ram Air
Induction, hood tach, dual sport mirrors, and custom dual exhaust.
The black vinyl interior is appointed with bucket seats, center
console w/staple shifter, AM radio, seatbelts, tilt wheel and air
conditioning. Of course, lastly, a 455ci four-barrel V-8
transplanted under the hood attached to a Turbo 400 automatic
transmission. Sending all that power to the rear wheels through a
10-bolt rear end with 3.55 limited slip. Added features include
power steering and power brakes making this 1970 Buick GSX Tribute
a blast to drive. Don't miss out on this exceptional head turner.
1970 Buick GSX
Exterior Color:Saturn Yellow
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