Finished in correct show quality Bittersweet Mist (62) paint over a fresh black interior, this beautifully restored 1971 Buick GS convertible is an awesome cruiser built at the end of the Muscle Car era. The car has one of the straightest, rust free bodies we’ve seen and the panel fit is excellent. The chrome work is new throughout and the stainless trim is in excellent condition. The interior is very tidy and was refinished during the restoration with all top of the line Legendary parts and the white top is brand new as well.
Open up to hood and you find the very desirable Ram Air system sitting on top of the original numbers matching engine which hooks up to the numbers matching transmission.
These Buicks are some of the nicest riding cruisers on the market and this car is not any different. Turn the key and the engine springs to life and emits a nice, factory sounding exhaust note. The ride is smooth as glass and the power steering and power brake options make driving the car a breeze. The car is at home both on the streets and on the freeway and is an excellent long haul cruiser.
It’s hard to beat the ride and value found in this luxurious muscle car and with very few nice examples on the market, she won’t last long.