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Old 08-25-2019, 06:54 PM
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Default 1968 Buick GS400 low mile survivor

This early production Big Block GS400 was Produced in the 2nd week of September 1967, in Freemont, Cali . Sporting an all Artic White exterior, no vinyl, and 1 of 37 GS400 with the Platinum interior according to the Buick daily car reports.

Sold new in San Francisco, California in the autumn of ’67 The original owner was a 47-year-old insurance agent. He took lovingly care of the GS with annual radiator flushes ect, and kept all records documenting the mileage. Currently the mileage is 25,608
The GS was purchased a couple years ago, from the niece of the 98-year-old owner. Being from the gentle climate of Northern California and always being garaged the GS was in excellent conditions. The floors are pristine, bright work would compare to nos. The lacquer paint has a nice polish on it.

A few maintenance items were addressed. A full fluid change and tune up. The original carburetor was gone through with Cliff Ruggles good kit, with ethanol resistant seals. Although, I run premium non ethanol in the car. The tires were replaced with new red lines from Coker tire. The original” CT” master cylinder was in a box in the trunk, I had it rebuilt by White Post restorations. A new flat top battery was purchased, that was compatible with the battery toppers.

The GS was driven approximately 400 miles to the Buick Club of America National meet in Okc, Oklahoma this June, where the car was judged, receiving an Archival Elite award with a 399/400 score. The car performed flawlessly like you would expect from a 25k mile car.

In November 2018, the GS was displayed in Chicago, Il at MCACN in commemoration of the Class of ’68 50th anniversary.

*Original window sticker and protect-o-plate
Original California Black plate
All 4-original t-3 headlights
Original Briggs & Stratton keys
Engine- original PR code vin# matching
Transmission- original vin# matching BA code ST400
Axle- original LB code 2.93
Distributor – 111285 original
Carb- 7028242 original with original Delco vacuum control
Alternator- 1100761 37A original

Offered at $35,000.
The car is located in the Dallas, TX area.
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Sweet ride GLWS
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Old 08-26-2019, 12:54 AM
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I have seen this car at the BCA Nationals. The paint condition and the overall condition is mind blowing. A must have car for a Survivor car collector.
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Old 08-26-2019, 02:03 AM
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that sure looks like a Pontiac air cleaner. my 68 gs I had years ago had a totally different one.
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WOW, that is one nice Buick!!
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