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>>"Documented with 2 build sheets and registration with the National GSX Historical Society, this completely restored 1970 Buick GSX Stage 1 is the 39th car built in that year’s GSX production run. The Saturn Yellow Buick’s 455/360 HP Stage 1 engine is part of the car’s all-numbers-matching drivetrain, which includes a Muncie 4-speed and a 3.64 Positraction differential. Like all GSX Buicks, it benefits from Buick’s luxury approach inside, with bucket seats and console, a padded Rally steering wheel, tilt column, Rally instruments and clock and AM radio. "<<


Sold this week for $130,000.

Edited by balthazar

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Sadly, I can remember the day cars like that sold for 13k, not 130k...

This takes the appeal of these cars out of it for me...they are rather pricey...works of art...but pricey...

But I love the Buick!

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