RARE GS400 CONVT., 1 OF 2,140, 400 V8, AUTO, PS, P TOP, NICE INTERIOR, GR8 VALUE
Power, rarity, and beauty – this 1967 Buick GS 400 convertible offers you all that you love in an American classic, and it's available today at an exceptional price.
Built on the same GM platform that brought us the Chevelle, Buick's Grand Sport just feels like it's a bit more sophisticated, without sacrificing performance. That's especially true for a cool red on red convertible. This luxury/performance dual personality was the true mission of the GS, and few were willing to pay for it (only 2,140 GS 400 droptops were produced in '67.) Buick's designs were coming into the modern era during this time. There's an impressive beak-like pointed front end shared with its Skylark sibling. And in the back the wing-swept design is the kind of intricate sheetmetal that Detroit would never dare to try today. Also at this time, Buick had done away with gratuitous chrome on their cars. This makes the well-integrated bumpers and iconic fender slashes impressive standout styling elements. But what really sets this car apart are the '60s sporting touches, such as the dual hood scoops, aggressive red line in the grille, original Gran Sport badging, and iconic Mag-style Rallye wheels.
We all love how the new white soft top looks against the bold red paint, but with just one touch of a button, the power roof folds down to reveal an even more impressive interior. The glowing red inside against the shining red paint has the kind of bold and sophisticated presentation you want from a Buick GS. And nothing feels as '60s cool as the moment you sit down in the intricate pattern of the red bucket seat, and then grab the gearshift in the bright center console. All the best original trim is still in place, from the chrome GS 400 badges on the door panels, to the Buick crest sitting below the dash. The interior has pristine seating for five, but the driver gets all the real treats. After all, nothing beats grabbing the stylish red Buick steering wheel and gazing at the original gauge package that's as long as the horizon.
Under the hood this car proudly shows off a correct 400 cubic-inch powerplant. It had an advertised 340 horsepower, but remember, those were days of underrating for the insurance people. After all, this big block V8 with the four-barrel carburetor has an unmistakably powerful rumble from the dual exhaust. The ultra-clean engine bay has bright Dante Red paint on the block, unique ribbed valve covers, and that cool factory air topper – everything that people love to see at the car shows. There's also been good maintenance with items like new hoses and hood insulation. That's exactly what you want from these Buick GS models because as powerful as they are, they still want to deliver the smooth performance that built the Grand Sport's reputation. And that's assured by nice driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering.
We love the Buick GS 400 for being a speedy luxury machine. So when a rare droptop is this affordable, you know you have to be quick if you want this deal. Call today!!!
- AM Radio
- Power Steering
- Vinyl Interior
- Power Convertible Top
- Exterior Color
- Apple Red
- Interior Color
- Rear End
- 10 Bolt
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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