I was going through a box of old photographs and ran across these of a 1971 GSX I owned in the early 1990's. Someone out there has this car and I thought I would post the pics, just in case they are curious about the history. I don't have a lot of info about the car, but here's what I know. I bought it in Huntsville, AL. from the guy in the photo. His dad owned Stockton Buick on University Drive in the 1980's. (Note the front tag.) I don't remember his first name. According to him, he smashed the front end against a tree or pole while goofing around on a rainy street one night. He was not the original owner. I sold the car shortly afterward to a man from the Anniston, AL area. It was a 455 4-speed with air. I had forgotten about the hood tach until I saw these pictures. The car had the factory original silver paint and black interior. It was totally stock - no modifications whatsoever that I know of. It was untouched under the hood, no spray bomb paint or anything of that sort. It was not a clone. I don't have the VIN. I spotted this car while riding my bicycle around in Huntsville. It was always parked outside in the driveway with the nose stuck in the garage and the garage door down on the hood. One day I stopped and inquired about purchasing the car. He was interested and asked me for an offer. I offered $10,000 and he accepted. The mileage was 42,xxx and evidently correct. It was in great condition except for the nose damage. I spotted and bought many other collector cars in in the late 1980's in Huntsville and Decatur, mostly while riding my bicycle: 1966 Chevelle SS from the owner since 1968, 1971 Chevelle SS-350 one lady owner, 1972 Chevelle SS I used as a daily driver for some time, two 1965 Corvettes - a coupe and a convertible. These pictures were taken at Stadium Apartments just off Ivy Ave. SW in Huntsville.