Documented by Wayne Roberts as the 254th GSX produced in 1970. This outstanding automobile still retains its original numbers matching "SS" Stage 1 455 engine, "BB" Turbo Hydra-Matic 400 transmission, and 3.64 posi-traction rear end. 27,000 original miles. Awarded the prestigious CONCOURS GOLD CERTIFICATE award at the 2009 Muscle Car Nationals in Chicago!
This southern rust-free car has received a meticulous frame off restoration and is finished in the correct original factory "QQ" Saturn Yellow with correct flat black hood and stripe details. Factory options include quick ratio power steering, power disk brakes, tilt wheel, speed warning indicator, Sonomatic AM radio, bucket seats and full length console, factory hood tach and gauges, heavy duty suspension, factory front and rear spoiler, special rally steering wheel, 7 in. by 15 in. chrome wheels with super wide oval white billboard lettered G60-15 tires, and outside racing mirrors.
Buick's 455 produced 510 foot pounds of torque in bone stock off the showroom floor form. This was the highest torque rating of any other production muscle car, including Chrysler's 426 Hemi, which came in at only 490. In the pinnacle year of the muscle car era, Buick took second to absolutely nobody when it came to a screaming color combination, in your face stripe scheme, graphics, and most of all ground pounding performance with low quarter mile times. With hyper tuning and a pair of slicks, these specially equipped Buicks were capable of E.T.'s in the twelve second range with factory engine components and stock exhaust manifolds. Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick?
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