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Buick GS Restorations


1970 "Barn Find" GSX Stage 1

This GSX is a true "Barn Find" located in southern Wisconsin.
It was drag raced most of its life and only has 29,675 original miles!
It is what most consider to be the "Holy Grail" of Buick Muscle Cars.
This Apollo White model was ordered with the Stage 1 Engine Option
as well as a Muncie 4 Speed Transmission. It was also special ordered
with Manual Steering! This is very rare since the GS
X package included
quick ratio power steering. The original owner of this GS
X wanted it to go Fast!
No other options were ordered. Only 678 of these cars were built in 1970
with only 187 of them wearing the Apollo White Paint.

Check back later this year as this Original Paint / Matching Numbers
 beauty will be undergoing a full blown Frame Off Restoration!

New owners name is top secret until he tells his wife!!


Original Paint - Stage 1 - 4 Speed


Original Grill and GSX emblem


Interior is in decent shape!


Factory Gauges and Rallye Clock still in place


29,675 Original Miles!


Along with all the other key boxes checked when ordered
Manual Steering was "Special Ordered" making this a very Rare GS


The original Goodyear Polyglas Tires are still on the car!


All 4 T-3 Headlights are still in place!


Car was last registered in 1976!


More photos of this Rare Piece of History coming soon!!!