Midwest Car Exchange is excited to announce the opportunity to own this Concours-worthy 1967 Buick GS 400. Given a full frame-off restoration in 2017, this beauty is completely rust free and shines like a diamond. For 1967, the Buick GS 400 was a standalone model rather than an option package, and only 1,883 of these cars were produced.
The Buick got its name thanks to its big 400cui V8 engine that replaced the 401cui that Buick previously used. While the engines both made the same power output, this new engine revved higher, featured a futuristic air cleaner, and ran better all around. It is equipped with a four-barrel carburetor and shifted via a 3-speed automatic transmission. A newer dual exhaust was added to further complement that muscular V8 rumble.
The flawless exterior is painted in shiny Arctic White with thin red pinstriping running down its sleek body. In addition, Rally wheels sit on all four corners and are wrapped with Redline radial tires. Rally wheels were given to 1967 and 1968 model cars equipped with disc brakes, which this one certainly has. The exterior appearance was strengthened with twin scoops on the hood, a special grille, and a black vinyl top in perfect condition.
Glance inside to a perfect interior complete with black vinyl seats and a padded dashboard. The center console features the tachometer, and a factory AM push-button radio is embedded in the dash. Also, this classic car is equipped with a tilt-column steering wheel.
This show-worthy gem is sure to turn heads even in a sea of classic cars. Utmost attention to detail was given to its restoration, and no stone was left unturned. If this gorgeous 1967 Buick GS 400 is calling your name, contact Midwest Car Exchange today. It is listed at $46,900.
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