Not sure if you remember, but . . . http://www.v8buick.com/showthread.p...ng-a-muscle-car-book&highlight=Selling+muscle But to save you the trouble of clicking on another link, I've been commissioned to write a muscle car book, and I'm having some issues with Buick. As you know, every major American brand from Detroit and Kenosha was involved in the "specialty car scene in the 1960s, but finding a good example of a high-performance promotion that Buick did in that era has been problematic. I have been to the Sloan Museum and spent the day looking through paperwork, but the best I could find was a document that was an appeal to produce the GSX package. At the GM Heritage Center, all I could find was a reprinted article on a Stage II package from 1968. Ive also searched through Automotive News issues from 1964-71, but barely any mention of Buicks marketing - I did find a funny car pic with caption, plus some interesting model announcements like the 1967 California GS, but neither of those really exhibit distinctive hi-po marketing. To learn more about the book, please visit this page: https://www.facebook.com/sellingmuscle Otherwise, if you seem to know something, someone from Buicks past, or have rare or unusual marketing material, I would love to hear from you. Roberta has given me some pertinent folks to email, as has Tony Rose; Richard Lasseter is going to be kind enough to print an appeal in a future newsletter too. I've also spoken with Dennis Manner, who remembers the era well except that he was more on the engineering side, and this is all about marketing and promotions, so I'm not sure how much help he can be. Most of all, I want to make Buick fans happy with the chapter on their favorite car, so if you can help in any way, please shoot me a message - thanks!