Stage I rings clear to all Buick fanatics around the world. Buick saw it fit to bring this Gran Sport out in 1973 and fit it with the Stage I package. Under the hood of this original GS Stage I is a 1968 Buick 400 with 10:1 compression making around 340hp with a TH400 automatic transmission. The engine and transmission were rebuilt professionally less than 3,500 miles ago. Only 728 Stage I's were produced in 1973. Inside is AC, AM/FM radio, seat belts and, tilt steering wheel. Power brakes and power steering is filled out with bias ply tires and magnum 500 wheels for a period correct look. For more details on this vehicle or to inquire about financing please call us at 704-598-2130 or e-mail email@example.com.
1970 Buick Wildcat 455 V8 Chevy Caprice / Impala Clean 350 Killer
1970 Buick Wildcat 455 You know Everybody Got a Chevy with a 350. This is
the Real Deal Big Block http://www.1ownercarguy.com and this is a Real Tip
Top With The Ralleys and the whole deal. This is one of the last of the
Most Powerful of the 455's This one is rated factory at 350 horsepower. If your a fan of
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My old Buick Gran Sport 455 V8 300 PS
My old Buick Gran Sport 445 V8 300 PS.. We don't have this car anymore! We
saled it! My father was in L.A. Hollywood to buy this car! Then we shipped
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1973 Buick Regal - for sale in Chicago, IL 60618
Evolve Motors a division of albany inc
4030 N Rockwell Street
in Chicago, IL 60618
Come test drive this 1973 Buick Regal for sale in Chicago, IL.
1973 Buick Regal- SURVIVOR CAR. 6,100 Originial miles. Car is in near
perfect shape. Factory AC (still blows ice cold), 455 Big Block, turbo 400 Trans, Power Steer, AM/FM with Tape,
Posi Traction, Remote mirror, Full power equipped, Factory Chrome Wheels.
This car has been garage kept its entire life. Incredible vehicle and a
We have the original documentation and window sticker. Miles are correct.
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1970 Buick GS 455 Burnout and Pass
Buick built a number of great sleepers in the '60s and '70s, since they
were known for style and comfort rather than all out performance. Buick's
big block, the 455 powered a number of high performance muscle cars,
including this all black 1970 Buick Gran Sport. This car is a real sleeper
with its all black paint and base model wheels, but it runs low 12's in the
quarter. This video was taken at the 2012 Buick GS Nationals in Bowling
1975 Buick Electra 225 Limited Landau Impala Caprice Chevy Park Avenue ?
Buick Electra 225 Limited Landau... Just like its Relatives in the Chevy
Oldsmobile and Pontiac Brands The Impala, Caprice or Nintey Eight Oh lord
lots of other Classic 70's GM cars and i do like them all . This car could
be a Park Avenue I am not sure and am checking the rear suspension to see
if that helps. it definatly top of its class coupeWhether your a Chevy
Oldsmobile or Pontiac fan You just have to give a hat tip to the biggest
baddest Buick made in this year I think...;-) These are Great cars the
Sedans were the Longest car made I Believe. This car Sports a 455. I do Not
know how to tell If it is the Park Ave I am leaning towards No because of a
consule but cars were ordered every way you could Imagine back in the day
and i just do not know how to tell If it is a Par Ave They only made 35 of
them in this year and i doubt i would sell it. Make sure and check out My
other Videos I have over 625 of them. http://www.1ownercarguy.com and you
can call me anytime 406 544 6919. Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy
1975 brought about changes in all of General Motors C-body cars. In 1975,
all Electra 225 coupes had fixed rear side windows and center posts. 1975
also brought along a newer front end and interior design. Rectangular
headlights became standard on all GM C-body cars, along with many others.
This supposedly would allow engineers to lower the front end to reduce wind
resistance, but this wasn't very apparent with the new design. The Electra
received a new metal "eggcrate" style grille, which covered most of the
front end, and wrapping under the headlights. The grille included running
lights on either side. There was a choice of a base model Electra 225 whose
trim and appointments were upgraded to the same level as the previous
year's Electra 225 Custom and an upscale Limited. The 1975 Electra was also
the longest Buick ever built at 233.4 inches (5,928 mm), which is over 19
feet. These cars dwarfed the newer front-wheel drive Electras and Park
Avenues in sheer size and weight.
Power windows and a power driver's seat became standard on all Electra
models in 1975. Also new to the standard equipment list were radial-ply
tires. The 1975 Electra was one of the first GM vehicles to offer an Air
Cushion Restraint System or "airbag".
Inside, a new flat instrument panel (shared with LeSabre, Estate Wagon and
Riviera) with horizontal sweep speedometer (silver facing with black
lettering) replaced the wrap-around cockpit dash of previous years and door
panel trim was revised. The speedometer was scaled back from 120 to 100 mph
(160 km/h) and kilometer readings were added.
Technical changes for 1975 included the addition of a catalytic converter
and electronic ignition to not only meet the stringent 1975 and later
emission requirements, but also extended routine maintenance intervals, and
improved fuel economy and driveability which was a must in the era
immediately following the 1973--74 energy crisis, but also spelled the end
of dual Exhaust systems and mandated
the use of unleaded gasoline as the converter could be rendered useless if
contaminated with lead. Axle ratios were also numerically lowered to aid in
improving gas mileage. The 455 four-barrel V8, now rated at 205 horsepower (153 kW), was
retained as the standard and only available engine.
Electra Limited Park Avenue
The Park Avenue, originally an interior comfort and appearance package,
gave buyers ultra-luxurious pillow-topped seating, a center console, velour
headliner, thicker carpet, and an upscale door panel design. The Park
Avenue's seats were designed by Flexsteel. This seating design was shared
by the Cadillac Sixty Special with the Talisman (1974--1976) option and
stayed with Park Avenue through the 1980 model year. Many Park Avenues were
built with the full size center console (unlike the Sixty Special's
Talisman's half console), which eliminated the 6th passenger, in the front
middle, between the driver and front passenger. 1975 also offered a more
luxurious Park Avenue Deluxe, which was sold only in 1975, and included
every option available on the Electra (posi-traction, 15" rallye sport
wheels, rear automatic leveling, etc.). The Park Avenue Deluxe was an
expensive option not popular with buyers; only 37 were built. The Park
Avenue would remain as the top level trim package through 1990. In 1991,
the Electra name would be dropped and Park Avenue would replace it as the
flagship Buick sedan.
Jeff Brock Bonneville Buick
Jeff Brock, driving his "Bombshell Betty" 1952 Buick Super Riviera, sets a
new class world-record at Bonneville in early October 2012.
1952 Buick Riviera Super 8 Detailed Interior/Exterior Tour w/ Engine Details
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 1952 Buick Riviera Super 8.
I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this
car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique
styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details
of it, This car was in it's original found condition and was such a treat
to be able to check out. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to
give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
134283 / 1970 Buick GS455 Stage 1
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When GM lifted their ban of engines larger than 400 cubic inches in
intermediate cars, the Buick camp responded with a legendary piece of
muscle car history. The GS was the go-to for anyone who put equal emphasis
on pure comfort and brute power. This Sloan-documented 1970 GS 455 is the
beneficiary of an extensive frame-off restoration which has already claimed
some significant awards. Accolades include a Concours Gold First Senior
award at the 2012 Buick Club of America Nationals.
While Buick's GSX made its presence loud and clear with two strong color
options, the GS455 went about things in a slightly more sophisticated way.
This GS 455 wears a refreshing mix of fresh Burgundy Mist and Glacier White
paint for a refined appearance. Only the functional hood scoops hint at the
cars performance capabilities. All brightwork has been polished or
replaced, including the showroom fresh bumpers which were rechromed by
Inside the car, Buick design remains at the forefront. An all new Pearl
White interior from Legendary Auto Interiors offers new carpet, bucket
seats, door panels, and a taut new headliner. Presentation is great thanks
to details like freshly rechromed center console trim and a new steering
wheel. Upgrades include a full Custom Autosound stereo system with direct
The stock Buick 455 was a strong engine, offering a factory rated 360 horsepower and 510
lb. /ft. of torque but this GS takes things to the next level. Lift the
hood and a deceptively stock-appearing bay hosts a fully rebuilt 470ci
Buick motor full of high-quality parts. Built by Tri-Shield Performance,
the block hosts pieces like Diamond forged pistons, Eagle H-beam rods, and
a TA cam. At the top, a ported stock intake works alongside ported and
polished aluminum SE Stage 1 heads to help make a stout 507 horsepower.
Behind that powerhouse, TH400 automatic transmission rebuilt by TSP spins
power back to a 12-bolt rear with versatile 3.31 gears. At either side,
headers connect to a 3-inch dual Exhaust system complete with an X-pipe and
Flowmaster 50 series mufflers. To the rear, a new Quantum fuel tank and
RobbMc fuel pump keep the big Buick properly fed.
During restoration, the frame was sand blasted and painted with an
industrial urethane before being joined by all new suspension components.
Power front disc brakes and rear drums provide plenty of stopping power
while a fully rebuilt power steering system ensures confidence through the
corners. The chassis meets the road through new Wheel Vintiques Buick Rally
wheels wrapped in Goodyear Polylgas tires.
Offering a near-perfect blend of show and go, this award-winning 1970 GS
455 is a great reminder of Buick's performance heritage and a resounding
"Yes" to the old slogan, "Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick?"
1966 Buick Convertible Barn Find Rescue, Part 1
This is the story of a '66 Buick Special convertible that had been
abandoned in Arizona in 1978 by the family of Rick Pewe, editor of 4-Wheel
& Off-Road magazine. In 2011, the guys from HOT ROD Magazine, in
conjunction with Rick, spent four days bringing the car back from the dead
with plans to drive it home from Phoenix to Los Angeles. This is part 1,
with the hacking fun the guys had rescuing the car. Look for part two,
loaded with road-trip hilarity. The story is printed in the September 2011
issue of HOT ROD Magazine.