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  • Authentic, fully documented GS convertible that's benefitted from a detailed, ground-up restoration
  • Earned a Goodguys Award of Excellence
  • 350 cubic inch Buick V8
  • Muncie 4-speed manual transmission
  • 10-bolt rear axle
  • Factory air conditioning
  • Power steering
  • Power front disc and rear drum brakes
  • Rallye Ride Control Suspension
  • White vinyl interior with a split bench seat
  • Regal Black paint with a Black canvas top
  • 15-inch chrome Rallye Wheels
  • Sloan Museum documentation
  • Historical photos
  • Restoration photos
  • All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection
  • We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

When you log on to www.RKMotors.com and peruse our vast inventory, one thing becomes very clear: from classy Cadillacs and substantial 442s to stylish GTOs and fearsome Chevelles, General Motors has built a legacy of offering cool cars for just about everyone. Quite possibly the most high-end weapon in GM's mainstream arsenal is the Buick Motor Division. And when you set your eyes on this fully documented, numbers-matching GS, you'll understand exactly why. Wrapping rich Regal Black paint around a high quality, ground-up restoration, this award-winning stunner is clean, solid and ready to roll. And if you're looking for an affordable way to score some serious Detroit muscle, it's the unique classic you've been patiently waiting for!

SOPHISTICATED STRENGTH

Backing timeless form with ageless function, this exceptional Buick is an authentic Gran Sport convertible that recently rolled out of a detailed, ground-up restoration. That five year reboot, completed by a passionate enthusiast who's restored multiple cars, dressed solid North Carolina steel in dashing Regal Black two-stage. That glossy pigment looks excellent under a tight Black top. And today, this Buick rolls as a cool and exclusive classic that draw stares, solicits compliments and is exactly the kind of no-nonsense muscle car you'll never get tired of showing off!

You can probably tell from those first two paragraphs that the restorer of this sinister GS put special emphasis on style. That mindset is certainly reflected in the car's details, where fresh chrome and a roster of polished stainless highlight familiar factory form. At the front of this classic, a stately grille hangs a bold GS emblem between a broad bumper, clear parking lamps and bright T3 headlights that brighten Satin Black buckets. An aggressive, GSX-style chin spoiler balances a storied Ram Air Hood. That hood plants a factory tachometer in front of fully framed glass, which centers an integrated antenna between body-matched sport mirrors. A sinuous profile floats polished door handles between bright markers and straight, red-tinged rocker guards that look great under classy, red-tinged GS brandings. And at the back of the car, a broad, “BUICK” branded bumper centers conservative tail lamps and polished exhaust tips amid a small Hurst emblem, a bright tag guard and a GSX-style deck spoiler.

MUSCLE AND MANNERS

While the exterior of this slick A-Body does an excellent job of upholding GM Design's world-class visual aesthetics, the engine compartment is where purists REALLY start to take notice. And for good reason too, because the correct Buick 350 that's bolted between the car's freshly detailed fenders is the kind of stout powerhouse that makes people either put up or shut up. Turn the key and a big Quadrajet carburetor mixes air from a black, dual-snorkel cleaner with fuel that's supplied by carefully bent stainless, and shoves it in to a correct, cast iron intake. That intake feeds correct, cast iron heads, which hang fluid hydraulic lifters and hardened valve seats over professionally honed cylinders. A familiar points distributor jolts fresh Packard TV R Suppression cables, which snake arounds correct, cast iron manifolds. Pliable V-belts spin a correct smog pump and a correct AC compressor behind a correct radiator. And the red and black engine bay looks fantastic dressed in an array of choice details, like new decals, a Delco-topped battery and a requisite Delco Moraine brake booster.

OLD SCHOOL CHARM

Under this classic, it's just as the factory planned, except with much more precision and, subsequently, much more appeal. A tough Muncie 4-speed hangs a matching partial VIN behind a correct 3925661 casting number. That stalwart gearbox jerks a correct 10-bolt axle, which is built with an open differential and mild, highway-friendly gears. That proven drivetrain hangs in a restored Rallye Ride Control Suspension, which pairs factory power steering with better springs, better shocks, a thicker front sway bar, a standard rear sway bar and boxed rear control arms. Naturally, the car's power-assisted discs and drums have been completely rebuilt to factory specifications. On the outside of those brakes, chrome Buick Rallyes twist 225/70R15 BF Goodrich Silvertown Radial redlines around red, white and blue center caps. The aforementioned manifolds dump spent gases into reproduction factory exhaust, which makes excellent use of throaty turbo mufflers. And all that that hardware is shaded by solid, Satin Black floors.

OPEN-AIR ELEGANCE

Pop the sculpted doors and you'll find a crisp White cockpit that looks and feels assembly line fresh! Comfy bench seats, split for the front passengers, complement stylish, “GS” branded door panels. A straight dash hangs picturesque telemetry above an AM/FM radio and controls for factory air conditioning. Like-new carpet floats shield-branded floor mats around a long Hurst shifter. And the driver commands the road through a stylish Buick Rallye Wheel.

With its correct drivetrain and retro chic aesthetics, this impressive Buick is sure to find a lot of fans. The car's high quality restoration and proven authenticity make it a very smart investment. And best of all, this drop-top is just a lot of cool metal for not a lot of money. Don't miss your opportunity to claim this incredible GS!

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HIGHLIGHTS

* Authentic, fully documented GS convertible that's benefitted from a detailed, ground-up restoration
* Earned a Goodguys Award of Excellence
* 350 cubic inch Buick V8
* Muncie 4-speed manual transmission
* 10-bolt rear axle
* Factory air conditioning
* Power steering
* Power front disc and rear drum brakes
* Rallye Ride Control Suspension
* White vinyl interior with a split bench seat
* Regal Black paint with a Black canvas top
* 15-inch chrome Rallye Wheels
* Sloan Museum documentation
* Historical photos
* Restoration photos
* All RK Motors vehicles receive a comprehensive, multi-point inspection
* We can arrange shipment of your purchase anywhere in the world

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