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Buick : Skylark GS 1972 buick gs 455 convertible only 126 built 1 of 76 painted stratomist blue

$49,900

Eads, Tennessee

Year 1972

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 69500

Posted Over 1 Month

MERRY CHRISTMAS!! GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT/INVESTMENT TO TREAT YOURSELF TO!! MY WIFE IS LISTING HER REAL DEAL 1972 BUICK GS 455 CONVERTIBLE, THIS IS NOT A CLONE, ONLY 126 OF THESE CARS WERE BUILT, THIS IS 1 OF 76 PAINTED STRATOMIST BLUE, 455CI ENGINE, 4BBL, RAM-AIR, TURBO 400 TRANSMISSION, FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING, POWERSTEERING, POWERDISC BRAKES, POWERTOP, SPEED ALERT, COMFORT GRIP STEERING WHEEL, TILT STEERING COLUMN, ORIGINAL AM-FM RADIO, TINTED GLASS, ORIGINAL WHITE BENCHSEAT INTERIOR W/HEADREST AND ARMREST, WHITE CONVERTIBLE TOP, DUAL SCOOPED HOOD/AIR BREATHER, FACTORY CHROME WHEELS, THROUGH BUMPER DUAL EXHAUST, GARAGE KEPT/PAMPERED, THIS IS AN UNRESTORED ORIGINAL CAR WITH 1 REPAINT THEREFORE IT IS NOT PERFECT BUT ONE THAT YOU CAN DROP THE TOP ON AND ENJOY WITHOUT WORRYING YOURSELF TO DEATH ABOUT A NICK OR SCRATCH, SOLID SOUTHERN BODY, FRAME, FLOORPANS, TRUNK, AND WHERE THE WINDSHIELD MEETS THE DASH, HAS A SMALL EXHAUST LEAK OTHERWISE RUNS AND DRIVES FINE AND IS A BLAST TO DRIVE, (NEEDS DONUT GASKET) SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY, PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH, ONLY 126 BUILT, CLEAN/CLEAR TITLE IN HER NAME, BIDDERS WITH ZERO/NEGATIVE FEEDBACK MUST CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING OR I WILL CANCEL YOUR BID/BIDS, SOLD IN AS IS CONDITION, PLEASE ONLY BID TO WIN IF YOU CAN PAY FOR THIS CAR, BANK WIRE TRANSFER PREFERRED FOR PAYMENT AS IT IS THE QUICKEST AND SAFEST METHOD OF PAYMENT FOR BOTH THE BUYER AND THE SELLER, IF WE DO NOT HEAR FROM THE WINNING BIDDER BY PHONE WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER THE AUCTION ENDS WE ASSUME YOU ARE NON PAYING BIDDER AND THE CAR WILL GO ELSEWHERE, THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING AND GOOD LUCK BIDDING!!!

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1972 Buick Skylark GS 455

$8,500

Fayetteville, Tennessee

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Extremely rare and hard to find Buick GS 455 ready for restoration- Complete and ready for your weekend project- This car could be the talk of the town with a little love- Original Matching numbers and parts- Copper Color exterior and black interior- Huge 455 Cu in V8 With the Hurst shifter- Car has rebuilt engine- Excellent find- Always maintained meticulously on schedule with nothing but premium fluids parts and service every time- Full financing professional nationwide shipping and extended warranties are all available on approved credit..

1972 Buick Skylark Gs 455 for: $8500

$8,500

Fayetteville, Tennessee

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1972 Buick Skylark Gs 455 Extremely rare and hard to find Buick GS 455 ready for restoration-Complete and ready for your weekend project-This car could be the talk of the town with a little love-Original Matching numbers and parts-Copper Color exterior and black interior-Huge 455 Cu in V8 With the Hurst shifter-Car has rebuilt engine-Excellent find-Always maintained meticulously on schedule with nothing but premium fluids parts and service every time-Full financing professional nationwide shipping and extended warranties are all available on approved credit..

Buick : Skylark GS400 1969 buick gs 400 trumpet gold black vinyl mostly original numbers matching

$14,000

Memphis, Tennessee

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Up for sale is my 1969 Buick GS400. It is a mostly original (except for paint) numbers matching true base GS400 with a Super Turbine 400 3 speed automatic transmission. It has the original interior. It originally came with a column shift and bucket seats but the previous owner installed a tilt column and console. It was my intention to return it to original but never got around to it. It has a factory AM radio with power antenna (a dealer installed option, verified by the original window sticker). The radio does not work, but the antenna does. It has a dash clock but that is not functional as well. The air conditioning works but has a leak. I can charge it at the beginning of the season and it will work great for a week, then get lukewarm for the rest of the summer. The car includes documentation including original window sticker, owners manual, bill of sale, Protect-O-Plate, and a pile of receipts for work done by previous owners. As near as I can tell, I am the 9th owner. Things that have been changed from original: Installation of tilt column and floor shift/console by previous owner. Swapping of original front power drum brakes to power disc brakes by me for safety reasons. I still have the original drums and backing plates which are included with the car. Original front and rear control arms were swapped out with another set that were equipped with poly bushings at the same time as the brakes. Springs were swapped out as well with NPD heavy duty springs for a small block 1969 Chevelle. As a result the front sits about a half inch lower due to the extra weight of the 400 but I like the rake. It does cause the front tires to rub in a turn. Original wheels and tires were swapped out with 15" Corvette rallies, also from a 69 Chevelle (I basically swapped in all the running gear from my 69 when I took it down for a resto. I'm going pro touring on that and so am buying all new stuff. Whatever original parts I still have for the GS are included in the sale). The rally wheels are period correct and were available as an option, although they would have been painted black and these are Argent Silver. I swapped out the Chevy derby caps for Buick caps. I originally used repro caps but they were not very good and I lost one. I had used the original rally wheel center caps when I created them, and I still have three and they are included with the car. I still have the original 14" Buick rally wheels, and they are currently being used as rollers for another project, so if the buyer wants these wheels they will need to provide me with another set of rollers, or perhaps if the buyer has a decent set of 18" Boss 338s or something similar with tires, we can work out a deal/partial trade. Recent repairs (well, recent enough. This is probably everything I've done to it in the last 6 years): New water pump. New power steering hose. New paint (in 2010) New front/back brake line from Right Stuff New repro Delco Moraine brake booster A few new stickers here and there. new basic 2 1/2" aluminized exhaust with turbo mufflers from Summit. The ugly: The car is not perfect. It has a few things that need attention. It needs to have the bumpers rechromed and straightened. It has a chip and dent in the left fender from a jack handle that fell on it (and yes, I cussed like a sailor, a longshoreman, and a drunken archaeologist all at the same time when it happened), it needs some interior attention (dash bezel needs painting, AC vents need to be replaced or rechromed), it has oil leaking from the front seal on the oil pan that sprays all over the right side under the car. It probably needs to have all the vacuum lines replaced, too. The trunk floor needs to be spatter painted. It was rusty from the usual GM A-Body back window leak, and it has black SPI epoxy on it now. I fixed the leak with some liquid nails in the crack, but the car lives inside so it's not an issue. It's got some small rust areas. There was some under the vinyl top which was repaired when it was repainted 4 years ago. There is a small bit on the quarters just behind the rear wheel, on the underside. You have to get down and look up to see it, and maybe a nickle sized area on each side. There is also a quarter sized hole forming on the driver side floor pan. That's all I could find and isn't enough to worry about, at least for me. Also when they painted it they got overspray on the frame and exhaust. It will probably wipe off with lacquer thinner but I just haven't tried. The tires are good, but they are about 8 years old. You can see by the rear quarter panels that I have done my best to burn them off the car :-). Seriously though, it's not a quick car because has a 2.89 or some such rear end, maybe a 15 second quarter mile. I was getting high 9s in the 1/8 at the local track. The battery is 14 years old, but I did the epsom salts trick a couple years ago and it holds a charge just like new, and checks out good on a test. Included with the car: All parts that I still have from swaps/upgrades, nice California car cover (that is for a full-size GM, so it's kind of big, but hey I got a stellar deal), the original rally wheels as long as the buyer can provide me with a set of GM bolt pattern project rollers with tires, ALL the original documents that I have for the car, and I'll also throw in a couple cases of Parts Master/Wix oil filters. The car is available for viewing on weekends or possibly week days with enough notice. IMPORTANT TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 1. You are buying to own, not for the right to view the car or to negotiate a better price. The agreed upon price is the price I expect you to pay. 2. Payment must be by cash or bank wire. No Paypal, personal checks or bank checks accepted. 3. Buyer must send $500 non refundable deposit within 3 days of listing end. This can be sent via Paypal. 4. Please as any and all questions prior to listing end. I will do my best to answer them all. Additional photos:

Buick : Skylark GS400 1969 Buick GS400 Trumpet Gold black vinyl mostly original numbers matching

$14,000

Memphis, Tennessee

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Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale is my 1969 Buick GS400. It is a mostly original (except for paint) numbers matching true base GS400 with a Super Turbine 400 3 speed automatic transmission. It has the original interior. It originally came with a column shift and bucket seats but the previous owner installed a tilt column and console. It was my intention to return it to original but never got around to it. It has a factory AM radio with power antenna (a dealer installed option, verified by the original window sticker). The radio does not work, but the antenna does. It has a dash clock but that is not functional as well. The air conditioning works but has a leak. I can charge it at the beginning of the season and it will work great for a week, then get lukewarm for the rest of the summer. The car includes documentation including original window sticker, owners manual, bill of sale, Protect-O-Plate, and a pile of receipts for work done by previous owners. As near as I can tell, I am the 9th owner. Things that have been changed from original: Installation of tilt column and floor shift/console by previous owner. Swapping of original front power drum brakes to power disc brakes by me for safety reasons. I still have the original drums and backing plates which are included with the car. Original front and rear control arms were swapped out with another set that were equipped with poly bushings at the same time as the brakes. Springs were swapped out as well with NPD heavy duty springs for a small block 1969 Chevelle. As a result the front sits about a half inch lower due to the extra weight of the 400 but I like the rake. It does cause the front tires to rub in a turn. Original wheels and tires were swapped out with 15" Corvette rallies, also from a 69 Chevelle (I basically swapped in all the running gear from my 69 when I took it down for a resto. I'm going pro touring on that and so am buying all new stuff. Whatever original parts I still have for the GS are included in the sale). The rally wheels are period correct and were available as an option, although they would have been painted black and these are Argent Silver. I swapped out the Chevy derby caps for Buick caps. I originally used repro caps but they were not very good and I lost one. I had used the original rally wheel center caps when I created them, and I still have three and they are included with the car. I still have the original 14" Buick rally wheels, and they are currently being used as rollers for another project, so if the buyer wants these wheels they will need to provide me with another set of rollers, or perhaps if the buyer has a decent set of 18" Boss 338s or something similar with tires, we can work out a deal/partial trade. Recent repairs (well, recent enough. This is probably everything I've done to it in the last 6 years): New water pump. New power steering hose. New paint (in 2010) New front/back brake line from Right Stuff New repro Delco Moraine brake booster A few new stickers here and there. new basic 2 1/2" aluminized exhaust with turbo mufflers from Summit. The ugly: The car is not perfect. It has a few things that need attention. It needs to have the bumpers rechromed and straightened. It has a chip and dent in the left fender from a jack handle that fell on it (and yes, I cussed like a sailor, a longshoreman, and a drunken archaeologist all at the same time when it happened), it needs some interior attention (dash bezel needs painting, AC vents need to be replaced or rechromed), it has oil leaking from the front seal on the oil pan that sprays all over the right side under the car. It probably needs to have all the vacuum lines replaced, too. The trunk floor needs to be spatter painted. It was rusty from the usual GM A-Body back window leak, and it has black SPI epoxy on it now. I fixed the leak with some liquid nails in the crack, but the car lives inside so it's not an issue. It's got some small rust areas. There was some under the vinyl top which was repaired when it was repainted 4 years ago. There is a small bit on the quarters just behind the rear wheel, on the underside. You have to get down and look up to see it, and maybe a nickle sized area on each side. There is also a quarter sized hole forming on the driver side floor pan. That's all I could find and isn't enough to worry about, at least for me. Also when they painted it they got overspray on the frame and exhaust. It will probably wipe off with lacquer thinner but I just haven't tried. The tires are good, but they are about 8 years old. You can see by the rear quarter panels that I have done my best to burn them off the car :-). Seriously though, it's not a quick car because has a 2.89 or some such rear end, maybe a 15 second quarter mile. I was getting high 9s in the 1/8 at the local track. The battery is 14 years old, but I did the epsom salts trick a couple years ago and it holds a charge just like new, and checks out good on a test. Included with the car: All parts that I still have from swaps/upgrades, nice California car cover (that is for a full-size GM, so it's kind of big, but hey I got a stellar deal), the original rally wheels as long as the buyer can provide me with a set of GM bolt pattern project rollers with tires, ALL the original documents that I have for the car, and I'll also throw in a couple cases of Parts Master/Wix oil filters. The car is available for viewing on weekends or possibly week days with enough notice. IMPORTANT TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 1. You are buying to own, not for the right to view the car or to negotiate a better price. The agreed upon price is the price I expect you to pay. 2. Payment must be by cash or bank wire. No Paypal, personal checks or bank checks accepted. 3. Buyer must send $500 non refundable deposit within 3 days of listing end. This can be sent via Paypal. 4. Please as any and all questions prior to listing end. I will do my best to answer them all. Additional photos:

Buick : Skylark GRAN SPORT-GS350 1972 buick gran sport gs 350 old school classic muscle car performance

$10,850

Sevierville, Tennessee

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GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A REAL 1972 BUICK GS 350, NOT A CLONE OR REPLICA. AUTHENTICITY IS CLEARLY VERIFIED IN THE VIN NUMBER, WHICH IS DECODED BELOW. A VERY LIMITED PRODUCTION RUN OF 5,896 GS 350'S WERE BUILT, AND ONLY 5,526 WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. THESE PRODUCTION NUMBERS ARE REASONABLY CLOSE TO THE CHEVELLE LS6 AND LS5 NUMBERS. THIS IS AN OLDER RESTORATION THAT HAS SOME NICE, OLD SCHOOL PERFORMANCE ENHANCMENTS ADDED BACK IN THE DAY. ORIGINAL 350 ENGINE. NICE, DRIVER QUALITY MUSCLE CAR. ONE REPAINT, MANY YEARS AGO. RAM AIR. NEW VINYL TOP. RUNS AND DRIVES AS WELL AS IT LOOKS. RELIABLE ENOUGH TO DRIVE ANYWHERE. THE ONLY PERFORMANCE CARS EVER RELEASED FROM THE BUICK STABLE WERE THE GS (ALONG WITH GSX), AND THE GRAND NATIONAL. HISTORY PROVES THAT THESE WERE SOME OF THE BEST EXAMPLES OF THE ERA. PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE AD, VIEW ALL THE PHOTOS, AND CLICK ON ALL THE LINKS FOR THE FULL DESCRIPTION ON THIS RARE MUSCLE CAR. ODOMETER MILEAGE SOMEWHERE IN THE '70'S, BUT ACTUAL MILEAGE UNKNOWN. CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR A COPY OF THE NADA VALUES FOR THIS CLASSIC CAR FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF PHOTO BUCKET: http://s514.photobucket.com/user/redeuce/library/1972%20BUICK%20GS%20NADA For much of its existence in the North American market, Buick has been promoted as a premium automobile brand, selling entry-level luxury vehicles positioned above its mainstream GM stable mate Chevrolet, and below the flagship Cadillac division. Buick holds the distinction of being the oldest active American marque of automobile, and the original Buick Motor Company was a cornerstone of the establishment of General Motors in 1908. However, through the late 1960s, Buick had a reputation -- not unlike the one it is battling today -- as a maker of pleasant cars for dull people. The number of Buick models in the lineup fell over time, with the compact and performance segments being abandoned altogether. The tri-shield brand sold very nice luxury models but nothing that appealed to kids enamored of the sights, speeds, and smells of muscle cars and illicit drag racing early in the muscle car era. That is, until Buick decided to transform the Skylark into a player in the muscle car field. The Skylark first appeared in 1953-1954 as a limited edition convertible based on the Roadmaster platform. Approximately 2,526 units were built in those two years, then the model was discontinued. Reintroduced in 1961 as a compact car, for basic transportation, as a sub model of the Buick Special. By 1964, the Skylark sales dictated that it should become a separate model line. In mid 1965, Buick tested the performance car market with the introduction of the Gran Sport as an option on the Skylark. Competitors didn't exactly run for the hills. Imagine the shock, then, when Buick broke out the Skylark's Gran Sport trim level as a unique model for 1968. A very aggressive performance car that lives up to its' name, Gran Sport, was a true muscle car. In 1970, GM lifted the 400-cid V-8 limit in intermediate-size cars, and Buick responded with its quickest cars yet, and some of the mightiest muscle cars of the era. The 1972 GS and GS455 would be the last of Buick's muscle car line until the Grand National, ten years later. The Buick GS line is now remembered as one of GM's premier muscle cars. THE 1972 GRAND SPORT WAS THE END OF AN ERA. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW A FILE OF OVER 100 ADDITIONAL PHOTOS FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF PHOTO BUCKET: http://s514.photobucket.com/user/redeuce/library/1972%20BUICK%20GS VIN DECODING: 4- Buick G- GS 37- Two Door Hardtop Coupe K- 350 Cu. In., Four Barrel Engine 2- 1972 G- Framington, MA. Assembly Plant 119962- Sequential Number This vehicle was redone back in the nineties. The restoration stood the test of time. Restored using various performance parts from that era. Nice, solid body appears to have been refinished once. Gold with Black vinyl top. Paint still has a shine. There are some expected driving flaws, such as chips, scratches, and some minor blends. Overall the paint is in good condition for a driver. Vinyl top is new. All chrome, stainless, and bright work is original. The bumpers are straight and true, but display some patina. Remaining trim is in good condition. Blacked out Ram Air hood with hood pins. Rear spoiler. Vintage Weld wheels with radial tires. Dual bullet sport mirrors. Glass is in good condition. Original 350 Cu. In. engine. Edelbrock four barrel carburetor mounted on a TA Performance Stage 1 dual plane aluminum intake manifold. This intake manifold not only reduces vehicle weight by 40 pounds, but the carb/intake combo can increase horsepower by 35 or more. Ram Air. Hydraulic cam and valve train. HEI distributor with Accel Super Coil. Accel 8mm silicone wires. Headers with dual exhaust, free flow mufflers. Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Ten bolt rear differential. Heavy duty suspension with torsion bars. Power steering. Power disc brakes. Had air conditioning, but compressor and hoses are missing, along with air box. Firewall has a custom cover where box was mounted.. HERE IS A LINK TO THE INTAKE MANIFOLD INSTALLED ON THIS CLASSIC: http://who-sells-it.com/cy/ta-performance-698/buick-performance-parts-catalog-376/page-32-fullsize.html Original Black bench seat interior. Covers and cushions on both the front and rear seats are in very good condition. Door panels are in good condition. Dash is in good shape. Carpet shows some wear. Column shifted automatic. Full set of seat belts. Three spoke wood sport steering wheel. Auto-Meter adjustable tachometer with shift light. Stewart Warner oil pressure and water temperature gauges. Aftermarket radio. Weatherstripping is as old as the paint, but not deteriorated. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW TWO VIDEOS OF THIS VEHICLE FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF PHOTO BUCKET: http://s514.photobucket.com/user/redeuce/library/1972%20BUICK%20GS%20VIDEOS Don't let this opportunity pass. High NADA value is in the mid 30's. You can buy this car for a fraction of that price. That leaves plenty on the table if you want to improve it to your liking. You won't find another in this condition at this price. We specialize in the unique and rare, future investment affordable collector vehicles at old school prices. Financing is available to qualified buyers at JJ Best Banc. https://jjbest.com/default.aspx Contact Peter MacDonald at 800 872 1965 for more information. Call Randy at 847 456 7726 with any questions. The owner of ClassicMuscleCars.com has been collecting for over 30 years. His favorites are classic muscle cars, guitars, rock 'n' roll memorabilia, antiques, collectibles, art, and rare documents. You can see some of the cars that they have had and sold here: http://classicmusclecars.com/ There are over 400 videos to view and some of his TV shows he has done in the past. He also appeared on the TV show "Final Offer" on June 7, 2012 on Discovery Channel with Elvis's hair. The episode is called "Heavy Metal" and re-runs air periodically. http://discovery.com/tv-shows/final-offer/videos/final-offer-launch.htm If you have any questions about this item, please ask. We have been on Ebay since 1998 BANK WIRE IS THE PREFERRED METHOD OF PAYMENT. IT IS SAFE, SECURE, AND PROTECTS BOTH PARTIES. OPTIONAL PAYMENT METHODS INCLUDE BANK OR CASHIER'S CHECK, PERSONAL OR BUSINESS CHECK WITH BANK LETTER, AND CASH(IN PERSON). VEHICLES PURCHASED WITH CHECKS WILL NOT BE SHIPPED OR DELIVERED IN PERSON UNTIL FUNDS HAVE CLEARED THE BANK. All other payment methods must be agreed upon by both parties before end of auction. 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Buick : Other GRAN SPORT-GS 350 1972 buick gran sport gs 350 old school classic muscle car restoration

$12,850

Sevierville, Tennessee

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GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A REAL 1972 BUICK GS 350, NOT A CLONE OR REPLICA. AUTHENTICITY IS CLEARLY VERIFIED IN THE VIN NUMBER, WHICH IS DECODED BELOW. A VERY LIMITED PRODUCTION RUN OF 5,896 GS 350'S WERE BUILT, AND ONLY 5,526 WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. THESE PRODUCTION NUMBERS ARE REASONABLY CLOSE TO THE CHEVELLE LS6 AND LS5 NUMBERS. THIS IS AN OLDER RESTORATION THAT HAS SOME NICE, OLD SCHOOL PERFORMANCE ENHANCMENTS ADDED BACK IN THE DAY. ORIGINAL 350 ENGINE. NICE, DRIVER QUALITY MUSCLE CAR. ONE REPAINT, MANY YEARS AGO. RAM AIR. NEW VINYL TOP. RUNS AND DRIVES AS WELL AS IT LOOKS. RELIABLE ENOUGH TO DRIVE ANYWHERE. THE ONLY PERFORMANCE CARS EVER RELEASED FROM THE BUICK STABLE WERE THE GS (ALONG WITH GSX), AND THE GRAND NATIONAL. HISTORY PROVES THAT THESE WERE SOME OF THE BEST EXAMPLES OF THE ERA. PLEASE READ THE COMPLETE AD, VIEW ALL THE PHOTOS, AND CLICK ON ALL THE LINKS FOR THE FULL DESCRIPTION ON THIS RARE MUSCLE CAR. ODOMETER MILEAGE SOMEWHERE IN THE '70'S, BUT ACTUAL MILEAGE UNKNOWN. CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR A COPY OF THE NADA VALUES FOR THIS CLASSIC CAR FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF PHOTO BUCKET: http://s514.photobucket.com/user/redeuce/library/1972%20BUICK%20GS%20NADA For much of its existence in the North American market, Buick has been promoted as a premium automobile brand, selling entry-level luxury vehicles positioned above its mainstream GM stable mate Chevrolet, and below the flagship Cadillac division. Buick holds the distinction of being the oldest active American marque of automobile, and the original Buick Motor Company was a cornerstone of the establishment of General Motors in 1908. However, through the late 1960s, Buick had a reputation -- not unlike the one it is battling today -- as a maker of pleasant cars for dull people. The number of Buick models in the lineup fell over time, with the compact and performance segments being abandoned altogether. The tri-shield brand sold very nice luxury models but nothing that appealed to kids enamored of the sights, speeds, and smells of muscle cars and illicit drag racing early in the muscle car era. That is, until Buick decided to transform the Skylark into a player in the muscle car field. The Skylark first appeared in 1953-1954 as a limited edition convertible based on the Roadmaster platform. Approximately 2,526 units were built in those two years, then the model was discontinued. Reintroduced in 1961 as a compact car, for basic transportation, as a sub model of the Buick Special. By 1964, the Skylark sales dictated that it should become a separate model line. In mid 1965, Buick tested the performance car market with the introduction of the Gran Sport as an option on the Skylark. Competitors didn't exactly run for the hills. Imagine the shock, then, when Buick broke out the Skylark's Gran Sport trim level as a unique model for 1968. A very aggressive performance car that lives up to its' name, Gran Sport, was a true muscle car. In 1970, GM lifted the 400-cid V-8 limit in intermediate-size cars, and Buick responded with its quickest cars yet, and some of the mightiest muscle cars of the era. The 1972 GS and GS455 would be the last of Buick's muscle car line until the Grand National, ten years later. The Buick GS line is now remembered as one of GM's premier muscle cars. THE 1972 GRAND SPORT WAS THE END OF AN ERA. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW A FILE OF OVER 100 ADDITIONAL PHOTOS FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF PHOTO BUCKET: http://s514.photobucket.com/user/redeuce/library/1972%20BUICK%20GS VIN DECODING: 4- Buick G- GS 37- Two Door Hardtop Coupe K- 350 Cu. In., Four Barrel Engine 2- 1972 G- Framington, MA. Assembly Plant 119962- Sequential Number This vehicle was redone back in the nineties. The restoration stood the test of time. Restored using various performance parts from that era. Nice, solid body appears to have been refinished once. Gold with Black vinyl top. Paint still has a shine. There are some expected driving flaws, such as chips, scratches, and some minor blends. Overall the paint is in good condition for a driver. Vinyl top is new. All chrome, stainless, and bright work is original. The bumpers are straight and true, but display some patina. Remaining trim is in good condition. Blacked out Ram Air hood with hood pins. Rear spoiler. Vintage Weld wheels with radial tires. Dual bullet sport mirrors. Glass is in good condition. Original 350 Cu. In. engine. Edelbrock four barrel carburetor mounted on a TA Performance Stage 1 dual plane aluminum intake manifold. This intake manifold not only reduces vehicle weight by 40 pounds, but the carb/intake combo can increase horsepower by 35 or more. Ram Air. Hydraulic cam and valve train. HEI distributor with Accel Super Coil. Accel 8mm silicone wires. Headers with dual exhaust, free flow mufflers. Turbo 350 automatic transmission. Ten bolt rear differential. Heavy duty suspension with torsion bars. Power steering. Power disc brakes. Had air conditioning, but compressor and hoses are missing, along with air box. Firewall has a custom cover where box was mounted.. HERE IS A LINK TO THE INTAKE MANIFOLD INSTALLED ON THIS CLASSIC: http://who-sells-it.com/cy/ta-performance-698/buick-performance-parts-catalog-376/page-32-fullsize.html Original Black bench seat interior. Covers and cushions on both the front and rear seats are in very good condition. Door panels are in good condition. Dash is in good shape. Carpet shows some wear. Column shifted automatic. Full set of seat belts. Three spoke wood sport steering wheel. Auto-Meter adjustable tachometer with shift light. Stewart Warner oil pressure and water temperature gauges. Aftermarket radio. Weatherstripping is as old as the paint, but not deteriorated. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW TWO VIDEOS OF THIS VEHICLE FROM THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF PHOTO BUCKET: http://s514.photobucket.com/user/redeuce/library/1972%20BUICK%20GS%20VIDEOS Don't let this opportunity pass. High NADA value is in the mid 30's. You can buy this car for a fraction of that price. That leaves plenty on the table if you want to improve it to your liking. You won't find another in this condition at this price. We specialize in the unique and rare, future investment affordable collector vehicles at old school prices. Financing is available to qualified buyers at JJ Best Banc. https://jjbest.com/default.aspx Contact Peter MacDonald at 800 872 1965 for more information. Call Randy at 847 456 7726 with any questions. The owner of ClassicMuscleCars.com has been collecting for over 30 years. His favorites are classic muscle cars, guitars, rock 'n' roll memorabilia, antiques, collectibles, art, and rare documents. 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