This 1972 Buick GS Stage 1 Is A Rare Beauty

By Steven Symes May 03, 2019
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By Steven Symes May 03, 2019
You might not see a drop-top like this again.

Everyone loves a classic muscle car, but it’s doubtful you think of something like this 1972 Buick GS Stage 1 right off the bat. That’s because this ride being offered by Raleigh Classic is pretty rare, but it’s a potent and beautiful machine. Unlike some muscle cars from back in the day, this one comes loaded with some nice luxuries as well, so you can burn rubber and enjoy a little comfort at the same time.

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With under 62,000 miles on this Buick GS Stage 1, you’re getting a car in fantastic condition. The green paint is in great shape, so you can wax and polish this ride to really turn heads. The white convertible top is also in good, operating order while looking clean and presentable.

Chrome on the bumpers, grille surround, and headlight bezels, etc. plus the original badges are all impressive. Just as important, the brown interior is also well-preserved, with the seats, carpeting, dash, and door panels free of major damage or defects.

You get plenty of great options on this ride, making it just as enjoyable to drive as looking at it in your driveway. The Stage 1 option boosts performance from the 455 ci V8. Power brakes and power steering help you manage maneuvering this beast through tight areas.

Power locks and a tilt deluxe steering wheel are a nice convenience, while tinted glass helps keep the interior cool and private. The AM/FM radio lets you listen to some tunes when you’re not being entertained by the throaty V8’s symphony.

It’s difficult to emphasize just how rare this car is. Buick only made 15 GS Stage 1 convertibles with the four-speed for 1972. The excellent condition of the car surpasses most of those in existence, adding further to its collectability. Investing in something you’re not likely to stumble across again, thanks to the unique configuration, could be a wise financial move.


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