Discussion in 'Cars for sale' started by 1970 STAGE 1, Apr 21, 2019.
Restoration buffs. notice the trans brace. NO PAINT. To cool. That car sum’n special
lower AArms hmmm.
i think i looked at those pictures 10 times
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.
Maybe I missed it.....Miles?
And is this considered a "Survivor?"
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.
This car has now been posted for sale on other sales forums. Scott. Will be at BCA Nationals in OKC
Man if only i came into some money.
It drives and runs as good as it looks. LOTTO is the key !
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
BCA Show in OKC. Got to park next to a the nicest 1968 GS 400. Thanks Don Hutson. Nice visit.
The GS got awarded an Elite Archival in OKC.