I picked this car up about a week ago. I have never owned a GS myself before, but always dreamt of having one after driving a collector's restored Saturn Yellow GSX Convertible 4 speed (clone I suppose?) back around 1998 or so. My Lime Mist Convertible 1971 Skylark is still being restored, so this GS was a hard sell to my wife to pick up, but am glad I did. This car is solid. Probably the nicest and most unmolested one I have come across in 25 years actually. When I went to look at it, I really wasn't sure if it was an original 4 speed GS, but it turned out it was. It has no rust except under the battery tray which has been repaired. This car was well taken care of, and supposedly is a 1 owner car, which I am still trying to verify cause the guy I bought it from was only flipping it. I will say, it does need a little interior love, tuning, and a paint job. But seems to actually be a solid driving car. It has 4 wheel drums, PS, and power brakes, and then the rally gauges and tach. That's it for options per the Sloan documents. Someone added a front and rear spoiler at some point, and 14" rally wheels. It has what is supposed to be a dealer installed Mallory ignition on it. Still rocks the points distributor though, which I honestly don't mind at all. It also has some engine bits chromed. The GS air cleaner, alternator bracket, valve covers, water pump pulley, crank pulley, and fuel hard line all have older chrome on them. Also has some old SW gauges for temp and oil. I'm going to have to get the rally gauges back to working using T's and new sender's or something. Another thing I noticed is that it looks like it has a 8.5" 10 bolt in it cause it has the ears on the bottom of the pumpkin. I still have to verify the gearing and what's up back there. Other than that, it has most of its original pieces. The headlights are original T3 sealed beams, but only one works LOL, so new ones need to get ordered. The engine is kinda hurting performance-wise, but seems smooth and running well. Trans could use a new synchro on second gear.