1970 Stage 1 block found

Discussion in 'Lost and Found' started by GSXING, May 4, 2014.


    GSXING Well-Known Member

    Hopefully this will make someone's day....:):)

    1970 GS 455 Stage 1 block "SS" code

    VIN: 40H179483

    Maybe someone has the car..

    Last edited: Mar 5, 2018
  2. Lon Bauer

    Lon Bauer Well-Known Member

    Jeff - Wow! That's an early block, probably before Dec 1969 production - Lon
  3. Rich Johns

    Rich Johns Platinum Level Contributor

    Jeff Sent you pm
  4. Brad Conley

    Brad Conley Super Moderator Staff Member

    Before first week of September, 1969...

    GSXING Well-Known Member

    Updated VIN # ... 40H179483 ...

    Cleaned up the area and discovered a 7 not a 1 ..
    Previously was posted 40H119483..
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2018
  6. DBS

    DBS Well-Known Member

    Would probably be a good idea in general in the section to post the whole VIN(s) (only two possible in this case, but even on a GS 350 or 455 it wouldn't be that many) in case someone happens to Google it.

    GSXING Well-Known Member

    Only have the Motor ... I don't have the VIN from the car ...
  8. DBS

    DBS Well-Known Member

    Given it's an SS, it would have to be one the following:
    446370H179483 (Hardtop)
    446670H179483 (Convertible)
  9. mrgransport

    mrgransport Well-Known Member

    Doesn't match mine but close. If you want to sell it and cant find the owner let me know.
  10. Mike Sobotka

    Mike Sobotka Founders Club Member

    Interested also.
  11. Booboo and Blue

    Booboo and Blue New Member

    My name is Michael Gilliland,
    I am the lucky owner of a 25/25 70 Stage one car that was found in a farm field in Placerville Ca. The car has original drive train, except 1 head and block. The guy who found the car said the block was there when he took the car. Years later when I was trying to track it down I hit on a V8buick post w/ a link to a craigslist ad for a 70 Stage 1 block on Sacramento CL...out of Placerville!!! This has been near 10 years ago... Given the low production numbers of these cars, and the fact that Placerville is fairly rural and sparsely populated...I have to think there is a chance. If anyone has any clues, ideas, leads...I would be most appreciative. It is an early car...begining OH138

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