After three weeks of research and getting the answers I needed I was high bidder on this GS 400 Convertible at the Mecum Kansas City auction over this past weekend. This was a feature car and went on the block at noon on Saturday. It is an original car with 54,000 miles on it and was ordered by a woman in Dallas and delivered on 17 Nov 1967. The car has lots of options including power bucket seat, power top, AM/FM, power windows, and A/C. I used the new Mecum transportation to bring it to me in Fort Worth and was told it would be probably the end of the week when delivered. I was on the way to the bank at 9:00 AM this morning to do wire transfer on the balance owed (after a 20% paid last week on what I thought would be my high bid, shows them who is a serious bidder). My phone rings and it is the shop where it was to be delivered in Fort Worth. The driver had left a message he would be at the shop with the car at 9:45 AM! I got to the bank, made the transfer of funds, got to the shop and 10 minutes later the driver shows up. Talk about service! The good news is the car is even better than I had expected. I has a repaint and new interior in 2007, (pin stripes in the wrong place), transmission rebuilt in 1998, new exhaust in early 90's. The car clearly has been taken care of, no bubbles/pits in the pot metal chrome around the car especially the trunk and tail lights. No rust in trunk floor, and took it for a 4 mile drive and it is smooth as silk and no rattles. Even passing gear works great and engine is strong. Will go through it with fluid changes, check brakes, maybe new points/plugs, and it will need a new top as it is original and has some small splits in the vinyl material and will also need a new boot. I have always heard "if it is red and a convertible you can always get your money out of it". While it was a chunk of money, from several valuation books a number 1 ranked 1967 GS 400 convertible is listed as $45K and it would not take much to make this a number 1 car. Here is original Mecum website on the car. https://www.mecum.com/lots/KD1117-298768/1967-buick-gs-convertible/ The complete Mecum experience, starting three weeks ago through questions and answers, to the actual bidding was awesome and who can complain about the car being delivered two days from the auction 700 miles away. Now I will be adding my 1967 GS 400 four speed convertible to my For Sale list along with the GS 400 hardtop. Have several other cars I may be selling also. It has been a good day and told my wife about it tonight and it was my 'early Christmas present to us"