1970 GS350 Documented Colorado Car

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  1. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    Restoration buffs. notice the trans brace. NO PAINT. To cool. That car sum’n special
     
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  2. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    lower AArms hmmm.
     
  3. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    i think i looked at those pictures 10 times
     
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  4. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

    I will trade for a 1986 or 1987 GN that has excellent paint and low miles . Also trade for a 1971 GS455 . No rusty cars . No rust, it never sleeps.. 1970 TO 1972 GS without an engine but the car has to be really nice and complete. I can build an engine but I don't paint.. Thanks.
     
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  5. 72STAGE1

    72STAGE1 Runnin' with the Devil

    Maybe I missed it.....Miles?

    And is this considered a "Survivor?"
     
  6. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

    124,888 miles . I consider it a Survivor that has been cleaned up and made drivable with NOS and Delco parts. Harrison radiator SJ code , non cogged GM drive belts , NOS Ram Air seals . It is a car that can be shown and driven. Documentation from the original owner also. Suspension has had upper control arm bushings, lower ball joints , sway bar links and NOS Delco replacement shocks. New springs front and rear too. A/C blows cold , R134a conversion done by myself last Spring. Very few changes from original. I would call it a car that you would have found in 1980 and bought for $2500 . That is what I did with other GS's and that is what this car looks like.. Scott ,, Thanks.
     
  7. 1970 STAGE 1

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    This car has now been posted for sale on other sales forums. Scott. Will be at BCA Nationals in OKC
     
  8. scubasteve455

    scubasteve455 Well-Known Member

    Man if only i came into some money.
     
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  9. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

    It drives and runs as good as it looks. LOTTO is the key !
     
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  12. 1970 STAGE 1

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    I have had a few inquiries about the car. None have been very serious. I have no desire to sell the car less than what it is worth. If I keep it for ten years and give it to my Grandson that would not bother me one bit. Scott. Thanks
     
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  17. 1970 STAGE 1

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    BCA Show in OKC. Got to park next to a the nicest 1968 GS 400. Thanks Don Hutson. Nice visit.
     
  18. 1970 STAGE 1

    1970 STAGE 1 Well-Known Member

    The GS got awarded an Elite Archival in OKC. 1576A697-F61B-4313-833B-6181F74A54F2.jpeg E4AB24DD-7296-4CF7-BB04-C0FF257DF902.jpeg
     
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