1970 Buick Grand National GS
Up for auction is my 1970 Buick GS 350 all numbers matching. Just under 65,000 original miles. Has always been garaged as you can tell from the original dark green vinyl top, ash pad, nterior and tintedglass. Just like the true SS Chevelle with a 138 VIN or the GTO with the 242 Vin you can always tell if you have a correct 1970 GS Buick 350 as it will have a 4343 VIN. This car is a very original car with only an older laquer re paint and slotted disc conversion on front brakes with new springs and shocks up front. Everything workslike itshould and AC blows cold. I have the original AM radio and it is included. Previous owner installed an aftermarket radio but it does not work. Lights, orn, ipers, linkers and even the key buzzer all work like they should. This car is in great condition. It could use a fresh paint job. It does have some, hips, cratches and dings. The chrome is flaking off the top edge of the rear bumper. The drivers seat has a small split in the upper back section where your left shoulder blade touches but the rest is original and nice. Original carpet, eadliner and dash pad. Look at the under the rear seat picture, ust like it left the factory.New air cleaner element and foam rings on air cleaner snorkel. Runs and drives great and I would not hesitate to take off on a long trip with it. 10 bolt open rear end with highway gears. 1970 was the highest HP year for the GS 350 at 315 HP. Nice Southern carwith clear NC title. A $500.00 paypal deposit is required within 48 hours of auctions end. Can pay the balance with cash or certified bank check. Certified bank check must clear my bank before car, itle and keys are released to the new buyer. Also have a 71 GS 350 listed on Ebay along with a 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass in separate auctions. Trying to sell them all to get a motorhome for family trips. Good luck Bidding!