DESERT GOLD 455 GS STAGE 1 COUPE


MGM CLASSIC CARS
Addison, IL 60101
United States

1970 Buick Grand Sport
Price
$50,000
Condition
Excellent
Mileage
5,000
Stock Number
665
Transmission Type
Automatic
Exterior Color
Gold
Interior Color
Black
Category  Muscle Cars

Description
1970 Buick GS 455 2d Sport Coupe (#665) This is a real GS Muscle car see vin begins with a 446 numbers! 455 cubic inch Buick big block with fully functioning cold air induction system. Stage 1 360hp most say the Horespower exceeds 400+hp. The tranny is the TH400X auto with the very rare 12 bolt posi rear, only installed at the Farmingdale, Maine assembly plant. Options include: power steering, power disc brakes, working factory gauges, bucket seats, factory console, tinted glass, dual .....
sports mirrors and chrome Buick Rallye wheels. The car is solid. The Desert Gold exterior paint work is in Very good condition along with all the chrome/glass/trim/weatherstripping/emblems. The Black interior features factory Black bucket seats with center console with infamies staple shifter, not to worry the interior is very clean and is very presentable. This Buick has tons of power and torque to plant back in the drivers seat. Factory rally Buick wheels with a great set of tires, This gentleman's muscle car drives/runs and stops great with reliability. Bit more information: In 1970, General Motors pulled long-standing corporation-wide restrictions on engine displacement, allowing its various divisions to run wild with new powerplants ranging all the way up to 455 CI. In Buick’s case, this newfound freedom resulted in one of the most formidable machines of the first muscle-car era: the 1970 Buick Gran Sport Stage 1. The GS Stage 1 built on the basic formula established in the Gran Sport, whose new 455 CI engine was rated at 350 HP and an astonishing 510 lb-ft of torque, the latter figure all-in at just 2,800 RPM. This was the highest torque rating of any production car except the Cadillac 472 and 500 CI engines, and it was made possible through higher displacement, larger valves in high-flow heads, a performance cam and standard cold-air induction fed by twin hood scoops. The Stage 1 expanded those parameters with even better breathing, incorporating still larger valves with stronger springs for high-RPM reliability, revised porting, a radical new cam and a rejetted version of GM’s versatile Rochester Quadrajet 4-barrel carburetor. The factory rated the Stage 1 at 360 HP, but most testers concluded it was more than 400. Next owner will not be disappointed! Check out over 100 Photos Watch my 10 minute Video Financing/driveway delivery available
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