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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