GS350 4spd Car

Discussion in 'Cars wanted' started by 71customConv, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. 71customConv

    71customConv Platinum Level Contributor

    Have tried finding this car a few times, but lets try again.

    Wanted 70-72 GS350 4 spd car. Prefer real GS, but a nice Clone is acceptable. Bucket seats with A/C a bonus as the goal is to get >4000 miles a year on the car.

    No rust. Don't need a show car, but will consider one.

    Please message me if you have a car you are interested in selling.
     
  2. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    https://richmond.craigslist.org/cto/d/quinton-1971-buick-gs/7123965977.html

    1971 Buick GS - $30000 (Quinton)
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    © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap
    1971 Buick Gran Sport

    condition: excellent
    cylinders: 8 cylinders
    drive: rwd
    fuel: gas
    paint color: black
    size: full-size
    title status: clean
    transmission: manual
    type: coupe

    For sale is a highly optioned 1971 Buick Gran Sport 350.
    Some options include:
    Power steering
    Power brakes
    Air conditioning
    Factory 4 speed
    Rosewood steering wheel
    This car is fast and complete!
    Thanks for looking!
    show contact info

    Will consider trades or a partial trade with cash my way.
    Road Runner, Super Bee, Nova,Z28,C10,C3100,F100,VW,Porsche, Street rod, Hot rod.
    Let me know what you have!

    Note: Please do not contact me with lo-ball offers.
    I do not need help selling this car.
     
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  3. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    https://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/cto/d/oklahoma-city-1972-buick-gs-stage-1-455/7118893920.html

    1972 Buick GS stage 1 455 - $30000 (Edmond)
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    © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap
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    1972 Buick Gran Sport

    VIN: 4G37K2H180635
    condition: like new
    cylinders: 8 cylinders
    drive: rwd
    fuel: gas
    odometer: 68000
    paint color: black
    title status: clean
    transmission: manual

    Selling my pristine 1972 Buick GS, tri black, stage 1 clone with both the front chin and rear spoiler. This car has the torque monster 455 with a manual 4 speed transmission that is sure to make anyone smile. The GS has all the options, front and rear electric windows, bucket seats, heat and air conditioning.

    This particular car has a pretty fresh motor and transmission, newer paint, newer vinyl top, all new weather seals, newer steering and suspension bushings, newer struts, newer mufflers and hooker comp headers, body is sharp and there isn’t a spec of rust anywhere on this car. The car is titled as a 1972 Buick GS, we cloned the stage 1 with proper spoilers, the Buick big block 455, a 4 speed trans, and correct stage 1 badging.

    Odometer reads roughly 68k miles. This is a car you could drive every day if you wanted. It’s also one of few high end classic collector cars, the Gran Sport with the 455 was considered a Supercar in the early 70s. Pretty rare and unique. There is a chevelle and a skylark on every other block, but the GS was a bit more rare.

    I have the car at my place in Edmond Oklahoma, clean title, clean car. $30,000.00 is my asking price, feel free to call or text with any questions.
    Hunter- show contact info
     
  4. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    Holy crap!!! thats my old car!!!! I bet you freaking anything that its originally Burnished cinnamon
     
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  5. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    Just called him...Its my old car. Havent seen that car since 1990
     
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  6. 71customConv

    71customConv Platinum Level Contributor

    Did you paint it black or did an owner after you?
     
  7. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    Wasn't me but its been black for quite a while. I remember years ago, someone came up to me at a car show when I had my black 71 GS with me. Says, I can't believe it! I have almost the same exact car- a black 71 GS with a sandlewood interior. Except mine is a 350 4 speed!

    I knew it was my old car. I tell him, "but your car was originally burnished cinnamon". Guy looked at me in shock and asked how the hell i knew that just from his description?? Lol.....i took my wallet out and removed a piece of paper with his VIN on it :)
     
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  8. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    pic of the car when I had it. If you look closely, you can see my old WE-4 turbo regal

    And the pic is sideways....:rolleyes: 20200603_150342.jpg
     
  9. buick64203

    buick64203 Just plum crazy Staff Member

    I also bought it for $3500 at the time and it was almost in show car condition. Alot of money at the time for a small block car. I paid $5200 a couple years earlier for a white 70 GSX.
     
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  10. Mike B in SC

    Mike B in SC Well-Known Member

    Doesn't it scratch the paint having it on its side like that?
     
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  11. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

  12. mrolds69

    mrolds69 "The Cure"

    Not in Australia, Mike. In Australia it's just coming around!
     
  13. Dano

    Dano Platinum Level Contributor

    There was a '70 for sale in IN last year. Don't know if it sold. It may be the same car that sold a few years ago. It was also in IN and only advertised afaik in a local Auto Trader print publication (asking price was $8500 IIRC - definitely not more and maybe less). There was only one b/w pic in the ad but it sure looks like the same car and both in IN, so chances are pretty good. As you probably know, 350 4-sp. cars are not very plentiful.

    If he still has it, I'd ask how long he's owned it and what he's done to it since, especially if he says he's only owned it for a few years. Might be someone trying to turn a hefty profit and you might be able to get it for significantly less especially given the times.

    Let me know what happens if you call - Obviously it could've sold but at that price I doubt it and I have no idea if it was ever re-listed. I never called the guy (I would've if I didn't already have a '70 350 4-sp.) but would love to know more about the car and see it get into a Buick guy's hands.
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