Bought this one a couple weeks ago.

Discussion in 'Lost and Found' started by GSPops, Aug 21, 2020.

  1. GSPops

    GSPops Member

    I was told it was a Florida car to start with the sold to a Oklahoma resident. I purchased and brought to Arkansas. Vin #
    Just trying to learn as much as I can about it. Automatic Transmission has been changed to a TH200R4. I have the numbers matching Transmission that came with car. It has headers and flow master exhaust on it. Where can I search information about the vin number?
  2. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    The VIN tells you it’s a ‘70 GS455 built in Flint. It looks like you’re missing a digit after the H, it’ll give a vague idea of when it was built. Your trim tag under the hood will tell you a lot more-interior color and type, paint color, roof color if it’s painted or vinyl. The original transmission code (BA, BB) will tell you if the car is a Stage 1, as will the engine if it’s original. If you can find a build sheet or get papeerwork (from whom depends on the build date/VIN) that will tell you options, rear gear ratio, etc. Welcome! Post pics!
    Wayne Roberts and Stage 1 Registry:
  3. GSPops

    GSPops Member

    Thanks for the reply, I’ll recheck my vin #. Don
  4. GSPops

    GSPops Member

    The correct vin # is

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  5. GSPops

    GSPops Member

    Here is a picture of new to me GS455.

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  6. flynbuick

    flynbuick Guest

    I had a 70 stage 1 that had the same Dessert gold color scheme.
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  7. BYoung

    BYoung Stage me

    Very nice, Pops. Enjoy!
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  8. mrolds69

    mrolds69 "The Cure"

    Congrats on your new, nice color combo GS!
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  9. CCM

    CCM Gold Level Contributor

    Nice looking car! Enjoy it!
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  10. Nailhead in a 1967

    Nailhead in a 1967 Kell-Mnown Wember

    the car was built in November (11th month) 1969
    3rd week (A= 1st week, B = 2nd week and so on) of that month

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  11. 12lives

    12lives If it runs, it's done!

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  12. Dano

    Dano Platinum Level Contributor

    Nice looking car! Contact Sloan to get the report being that it's an early '70. I understand their staffing/turnaround time is limited right now. The report will tell you exactly what options it originally had, the dealership it was sold to, invoice price/date, etc. Well worth the $.
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  13. Nailhead in a 1967

    Nailhead in a 1967 Kell-Mnown Wember

    give the man a link:

    Buick VIN Documentation
    1970, 1972-1976
    $75 Regular processing (completed within 2-4 weeks)
    $90 Express processing (completed within 5 business days)

    For information about a specific vehicle, we maintain Buick factory production records for 1970 and 1972 through 1976. This information comes from microfilm records donated by Buick Motor Division. For a complete list of VINs available, click here. VIN Documentation does not include owner history or window sticker reproductions.

    VIN reports feature the same information as found on Buick Motor Division's invoice forms. All reports list options, invoice amount, invoice date, color, trim, key codes, order number, and dealer number. A copy of the wholesale car order form is also included. Using the wholesale car order form, you are able to “decode” the options and accessories which came original to the vehicle as it was produced by the factory.

    VIN Documentation Request Form

    Sample VIN documentation


    Information can be submitted by printing this page and mailing it to the address below or by calling (810) 237-3440.
    Collections Dept. SloanMuseum - Attention Dept.
    303 Walnut St.
    Flint, MI 48503
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