1970-1972 GS350

Discussion in 'Cars wanted' started by bill van steen, Dec 16, 2018.

  1. 72STAGE1

    72STAGE1 Runnin' with the Devil

    If you could find allitle more money my 1972 Stage 1 in Flame orange would be possibility for $ale??????
    I found something else I would get but need a space for it and I'm full, so I would have to part with a car.
     
  2. MikeM

    MikeM Mississippi Buicks

    How about my Stage1. Top end of your price range. AC for the summer, heater and posi for the winter. Same color combo as the ad. Scary fast.

    1970 Stage1 Ad.jpg 1970 GS Stg1.jpg
     
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  3. cjp69

    cjp69 Platinum Level Contributor

    I see you still have those sweet dog dishes Mike! :)
     
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  4. MikeM

    MikeM Mississippi Buicks

    At the risk of being afaul of the rules, yes. I like the sleeper look, even though the fender badges give it away as a Stage 1 GS, and it was originally built with rallye wheels. Thank you for selling them to me at a very reasonable price. I now return you all to Bill's search for his next GS. No more comments about my car please unless it's from Bill.
     
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  5. 1972Mach1

    1972Mach1 Just some guy.....

    This one has been for sale for a long while: https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/cto/d/eugene-classic-muscle-car/6789408056.html

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    1972 Buick GS

    VIN: 4G37K2Z108xxx
    fuel: gas
    title status: clean
    transmission: automatic

    This is my 1972 Buick GS, VIN is 4G37K2Z108xxx, the "G" in the VIN verifies it's a GS, the "K" indicates it's the GS 350-V8 4-barrel engine, and the "Z" means it was built at the Fremont California assembly plant. It was sold new at Bauer Motors in Costa Mesa, California. The car has the Factory 1972 GS Ram-Air 350-V8 motor, it is the proper code-75 "Fire Red" paint color, has the code-A "White" vinyl top & a black interior.


    It's been in California for all of it's life until coming up here to Oregon a few years ago. It's not perfect, not a show car, but as you can see in the pictures it is still a very NICE, CLEAN car inside & out, and still in excellent overall condition. The 350 motor runs great, transmission shifts well, and is very fun to drive. The Factory smog pump was removed, and a better Flowmaster exhaust system was added, so it runs better & stronger than stock. The odometer currently shows about 08000 miles, which is over 100,000 miles (108,000). It is a very straight, solid, RUST FREE California car, including all of the body, floors, & trunk areas.

    My GS is equipped with the following items,,

    Ram-Air 350-V8 motor,
    Turbo-350 Automatic Transmission,
    Air Conditioning (still all hooked up & blowing nice cold air),
    Power steering,
    Power disc brakes,
    Bucket seats,
    Console with floor shifter,
    Gauges,
    Tachometer,
    Speed alert buzzer,
    Sport mirrors,
    Heavy duty cooling system,
    Heavy duty F-41 suspension with rear sway-bar,
    Performance rear axle, with 3.42 gears (non-posi),
    Sport steering wheel,
    AM Radio,
    Soft-Ray tinted glass,
    15-inch Rally wheels,
    Dual exhaust.

    I bought it back in 2015, I've enjoyed driving it around sometimes during the nice summer weather, and keeping it stored inside the rest of the time.

    Price is $20,000 Firm. Might consider a PART trade for a lesser valued GS, Skylark or 442, Cutlass, or similar classic GM car or EL Camino,, as long as you give me enough cash with it. Might also be interested in a Tahoe, Yukon, Suburban type SUV, or maybe a small motorhome or RV trailer in part trade, with cash included from you, and you need to mention how much cash you're offering with your vehicle. No cash offered = NO trades!

    NO Phone Calls or texting. In order to buy my GS, you need to come talk with me in person, SEE it with your own eyes & hear it run.

    If you're ready to come see my GS in person, please send a message & please CHECK YOUR E-MAIL for my reply, and we'll arrange a time to meet.

    NO checks! CASH or direct funds transfer from Columbia Bank ONLY!!! (We'll go to the Bank together).

    Located in the Eugene, Oregon area.Thank you.
     
  6. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

  7. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

    Bill. I am ready to sell this car. If you are interested my number is in the For Sale ad in this forum. Scott.
     
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    70 Buick Gs Member

     
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