1972 BUICK GS STAGE ONE - CURTAIN CALLS FOR THIS ONE

Buick threw it's hat in for a muscle car with this GS Stage One. Included with this limited edition Buick are: Stage 1 package included (under rated*) 360hp@4400rpm, 510lbs/ft@2800rpm 455, chrome valve covers, HD turbo 400 automatic transmission, 3.42 positraction rear differential, rallye suspension, HD cooling, dual Exhaust, power steering, power disc brakes, 15 X 7 chrome rallye wheels with G60/15 tires, tachometer and gauges, bucket seats with floor shifter and console, air conditioning and tinted glass, tilt column with rallye steering wheel , cruise control, power windows, power locks, electric trunk release, rear window defrost, through-bumper Exhaust. The rear spoiler and GSX paint package were added at the dealership. The paint on this Stage is called Cascade Blue Iridescent. So you see, that this was a fully loaded, luxury, muscle car, and limited edition Buick. Amazingly enough, I stumble across yet another rare limited edition car. This Buick GS Stage One is spectacular. Thanks very much for viewing this rare Buick Stage One.

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For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/c2tsujv If you're in the market for some spectacular muscle that has tons of character and an unbeatable price, we have the car for you! Looking mean and sounding positively evil, this killer green Buick rolled off GM's Flint, Michigan assembly line during the fifth week of November, 1970 and began a life of bare-knuckle pavement domination. Recently, the car benefitted from a thorough frame-up restoration during which every aspect of its body was massaged and aligned to showroom-fresh standards. Once those sculpted panels were rock-solid and fully functional, a correct coat of GM code 42 Willowmist Green was sealed under a thick clearcoat shell and buffed to a vivid, glossy shine. And today, this Buick sits as a rare and unique classic that draw stares, looks like a million bucks from any angle, and is exactly the kind of no-nonsense muscle car you never get tired of showing off! The original 455 cubic inch Stage 1 V8 that's bolted between this car's freshly detailed fenders is the kind of powerhouse that makes people either put up or shut up. Turn the key and a familiar Quadrajet carburetor mixes air from a black, dual-snorkel cleaner with fuel that's supplied by carefully bent stainless, and shoves it into a correct cast iron intake. Fire for that air/fuel mixture is provided by a GM points distributor which shoots sparks around attractive chrome valve covers via high quality AC Delco plug wires. Spent gases from that air/fuel mixture are jetted through correct, cast iron manifolds that dump into a great sounding true dual Exhaust system. And cooling for that combustion is provided by a factory radiator that circulates water around an old school Frigidaire AC system via reproduction GM hoses and brand new tower clamps. Oh, and did I mention the big red engine carries a correct 1231738 casting number behind a matching partial VIN stamp? You'll recall that I used the word "unique" to describe this GS in my opening comments. Well, it doesn't get much more unique, in a virtual sea of automatic Buicks, than this car's modern Tremec TKO600 5-speed. That smooth transmission sends power from a shielded 11 inch clutch to a 10 bolt Posi-traction rear end that's equipped with easy-driving highway gears. Holding that killer drivetrain off the ground is a familiar double A-arm front and four link rear suspension that's equipped with a factory power steering system, an upgraded steering box, heavy duty sway bars and quality Edelbrock shocks. And power flows to the pavement via fresh chrome Rally wheels which spin 215/70R15 Toyo Extensa A/S whitewalls around tri-shield center caps. Pop this coupe's sculpted doors open and you'll find an awesome code 165 Ivory interior that, according to the car's current owner, is completely original equipment. Comfy seats and fade-free door panels mix with a stain-free headliner and clean carpet to provide big-time contrast to the car's Willowmist Green exterior. In front of those seats, a straight and original dash hangs crystal clear gauges, a correct AM/FM radio and fresh wood trim above slick digital accessory gauges. And in front of the driver, a familiar Buick Sport wheels spins satin-finished spokes around a red-lined horn button. In summary, this 1971 Buick is a phenomenal car that, from the ground up, likely couldn't be duplicated for anywhere near our asking price. Call, click or visit htto://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!





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