1971 Buick GSX

Discussion in 'Ebay Parts and Cars' started by BYoung, Jan 21, 2020.

  1. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Here you go, Dan..

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  2. Duane

    Duane Member

    The Silver 71 GSX was Vicki's car. She was a school teacher and bought it new.

    On another note, I am not sure you could get red-lines on the 71 cars.
  3. Dan Healey

    Dan Healey Well-Known Member

    Duane, you are yet again, correct. Adam, he wants to see a side view of the car showing both wheels. Those picts I have.
  4. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Then I have nothing :D
  5. docgsx

    docgsx It's not a GTX

    The lack of detail around the Vin number and dash which can be seen in the pictures leads me to believe that many details have been overlooked. Small block, automatic, low option car, Not even a $30,000 car in my opinion.
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  6. lostGS

    lostGS Well-Known Member

    I totally agree. With the wrong bumper, steering wheel, and air cleaner, plus the low options. Now way near a 45K car. at best IMHO maybe a 20-25k car. I'll bet just another flipper wanting to make a buck from a not knowing buyer.


    BUQUICK I'm your huckleberry.

    The ‘71 GSX that sold at Leake Auction for $33k is now on eBay for $59,995. Also advertised as all original paint which is not true.

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  8. racenu

    racenu Well-Known Member

    Wow, Here we go again....doh
  9. Mart

    Mart Gold level member

    Don't know if the X's did, but redlines came on my 71 GS from the factory, (14's).
  10. Ryans-GSX

    Ryans-GSX Have fun, life is short.

    The guy is a flipper. He has bought a lot of cars and flipped them. Some i think he has done really well on by being patient and not in any kind of hurry to sell. He will keep it for years before he will let it go for what I feel is a fair price. He just sits and waits for someone to pay up big that has to have it lol. This one he may sit on for a bit because it's been sold so many times previously. I don't think its going to move for what he wants to make on it. It seems to always sell for $33K-$38k range. I have followed it for years.
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  11. tntlark

    tntlark Well-Known Member

    Agreed---And the last owner from Michigan did some motor work-changed the Cam -does not have correct rear end, etc...totally ruined what "survivor" was left in the car. He will never get that money for it....Good Luck to him!
  12. racenu

    racenu Well-Known Member

    At least the transportation guys are making money on the car.
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  13. Randy Lutz

    Randy Lutz Well-Known Member

    Like Ryan, I have followed this car for a number of years. I made a fair offer for it last year, but was refused. I think the car is at the point now where it is getting harder to call it a a true survivor,. The fact the engine and trans have been opened up and coupled with the wrong rear end, added hood tach and disk brakes, it is not the car it once was, or as advertised. If I bought it (which I still think about doing) it would get a complete repaint.

    That may be blasphemy to some of you, but the mismatch gold between the bottom repaint and the original top gold, along with all the various paint damage, merits a repaint in my opinion.

    It has been flipped so much lately that it is getting freezer burn. Just like the other 71 GSX 350 that keeps getting flipped.

  14. Ryans-GSX

    Ryans-GSX Have fun, life is short.

    At this point its like saying a girl has only been a porn star for a year so she is still kinda like a virgin with a very few miles on her.
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  15. racenu

    racenu Well-Known Member

    Randy, if you bought the car and wanted to repaint it, then the engine bay would have to get freshened up, then the motor and transmission may as well come out....only 8 bolts hold the body on and so it begins lol..
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  16. tntlark

    tntlark Well-Known Member

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