AutoHunter Spotlight: 1971 Buick GSX re-creation

Credit: Original article published by Classic Cars Journal.

You can’t miss this 1971 Buick GSX re-creation listed for auction on AutoHunter, driven by It’s powered by a 455cid V8 with a 3-speed TH400 automatic transmission and is equipped with power brakes, a dual exhaust system and upgraded ignition components.

The car is finished in new Saturn Yellow paint with black striping running down the sides, deck lid, spoiler and hood.

It was professionally refinished and fitted with a functional hood scoop, GSX decklid spoiler and GSX badging on both the grille and fenders. Other exterior features include a black plastic front valance and color-keyed mirrors.

1971 Buick GSX re-creation

The interior is done in black vinyl with matching door panels and headliner. The dash is trimmed in faux woodgrains and houses an aftermarket stereo and heater controls.

Under the hood sits the 455cid V8 with Stage 2 Buick upgrades, an aluminum intake manifold and an MSD ignition system. According to the seller, the engine bay was cosmetically restored with the firewall and inner fenders in matte black, while the block, heads and valve covers are finished in orange.

The auction ends January 29 at 12:30 p.m. MST.

Visit this vehicle’s AutoHunter listing to find further information and a gallery of photos.

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