1967 GS 400 Parts

Discussion in 'Parts wanted' started by johnl, Jan 10, 2022.

  1. johnl

    johnl Member

    1967 GS 400 Parts Needed:

    1. Radiator top support cover (the part that supports upper radiator and bolts into the core support).

    2. The linkage bracket that goes from the firewall to the carburetor linkage. (My old 300 engine linkage is too
    short; not high enough & is too low of an angle).

    Please let me know if you have any of these parts and pics if possible and price.



    BUQUICK I'm your huckleberry.

    For the radiator top support cover, there are 2 different versions. One is made for a narrow radiator (usually a small block with no A/C, the other is made for a radiator with wider tanks big block cars or those with HD cooling or A/C.

    I'll post a reference photo later to illustrate the difference.
  3. johnl

    johnl Member

    My car (Skylark) originally had a 300 engine with AC and a 3-core radiator. Using the top cover I have will not work as it pushes the cover too far forward, so the hood will not close. The radiator core support has two positions to place the radiator, with two sets of holes so it can be placed forward to accommodate the fatter radiator. I guess the GS 400 had a 4-core radiator. Please advise.

  4. Quick Buick

    Quick Buick Arlington Wa

  5. Super Bald Menace

    Super Bald Menace Gold Level Contributor

    I don't think that's correct. I've got a 66 special that had a 300 with a c and the radiator top plate doesn't interfere in the slightest bit with the hood release or the front of the hood with a four row radiator. It's my understanding the biggest radiator from the factory was a 3-row but I'm not positive.
  6. Flint 67 GS

    Flint 67 GS Well-Known Member

    I agree only 3 core on 67 GS400s even with AC.
    HERE ARE PICTURES OF rad. Covers GS 1 IS FOR BIGGER RADIATOR and 1 for smaller radiator
    You see the only difference is at rubber supports are bigger for the 3 core radiator

    Attached Files:

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  7. johnl

    johnl Member

    I actually needed the linkage that goes from the item shown to the carburetor linkage.

    BUQUICK I'm your huckleberry.

    Thanks you for posting these photos, you saved me a few minutes.
  9. Flint 67 GS

    Flint 67 GS Well-Known Member

    Johnl- PM sent

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