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REAL 1970 Buick GS455

1970 Buick Skylark

Condition: Used
Make: Buick
Model: Skylark
Year: 1970
Mileage: 80000
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Great Falls, Montana, United States
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Description for Buick Skylark 1970

1970 Buick GS455

For sale by private owner.
  • 900 billed hours and over $100,000+ professional frame-on restoration
    • ..... on an exceptionally premium original Georgia car (!)
  • Solid, solid, ALWAYS rust free,
  • 100% full original born-with panels.
  • This car was restored over a dozen years ago, driven only a minimal amount for maintenance, and shows exactly as fresh as new.
  • Consistently professionally appraises for 60k+, rising yearly.

Numbers matching engine and drivetrain rebuilt by Buick specialists in NY State to stock specs.No modifications of any sort.(Please note: This wasin addition tothe $100,000+ spent on physical restoration).

I welcome and openly invite genuine and sincerely interested buyers to send a certified professional classic and muscle car appraiser pre-sale to put unbiased 3rd party eyes on it. I will even send contact information of local experts to help arrange. In fact, if there's any justifiable reason for you to not pursue purchase... I will personally pay for this inspection.
If you are reading about this Buick GS455, I assume you likely know the story of these cars. If not, I’d highly encourage you to Google some information; perhaps some magazine articles. Back in 1970 (at the pinnacle of the Muscle car wars) Buicks were THE CAR to beat. These outran the 440-six packs, 426 hemi machines, Pontiac GTO’s, Mustangs, and everything else. These GS455 cars are absolute animals. They were the FASTEST MUSCLE CAR BUILT. It took nearly 20 years, and an extra 2-cylinders for any other manufacturer to build a more powerful car.

Although I have a heartfelt love for Buicks since childhood (and I’m happy to share the story with anyone interested), we really do have a disproportionately high number of them in our little collection. Six in total. I hate selling this car and, must say… even though it’s been looming for a while, this has been an exceptionally difficult decision for my wife and I. Mostly it was prompted by 3 things… discovery that our beautiful new garage has less functional space than expected. And the other… that we have semi-recently acquired a ’70 GSX. This exquisite GS455 is truly an exceptional car, in truly exceptional condition, offered at an exceptionally low price. There's been $120,000 invested into this car and some lucky person will maybe get it for less than 1/5th of that. I guess I’d say don’t miss out.
While online, check out our other auction for one of THE FINEST vintage survivor STATION WAGONsin existence.... 1975 Pontiac Grand Lemans Safari Wagon museum piece with only 16,000 miles original !!!


Details and such.....
Car is currently located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Ebay does not have provision for those with multiple residences. It is free to travel back home without restriction. My wife will set up all shipping for you. Titling is perfectly transferable. This car is antique status and merely travelling back home to where it was previously titled, in the USA.
Please do not write asking where the car is located. It is in Calgary AlbertaCanada. It ships from Calgary Alberta Canada.

PLEASE NOTE:
The border closure applies to personal travel ONLY...not shipments or deliveries.


Review our feedback please.....Each is for a 40+ year old vehicle!

During our relatively short tenure on eBay, we've figured out2 very important things arecommunicationandprocedure. We have a little procedure. Our little procedure focuses on communication. It goes as follows:
  • After auction, we ask for your buyer's information.
    • You supply.
  • We fill in transfer papers and scan/send to you.
    • You confirm spelling and information correct.
  • You go to your bank, and send funds.
    • We validate receipt.
  • We begin on shipping,
    • ...keeping you informed every step..
  • You receive your fabulous GS455 Buick.

We're not interested in Paypal or deposits...

I don't care for deposits. If you want this incredible BUICK, you know the value of what you're looking at. If you are bidding, please be serious as I am and understand our adherence to this little system/procedure. It's to help both of us. If, for any reason, you cannot adhere to this procedure, please let us know BEFORE BIDDING. OR,....IF YOU HAVE ZERO FEEDBACK OR ARE NEW TO EBAY YOU MUST CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING.Otherwise, I will cancel your bid.


DELIVERY:...to most states and destinations is in the $1500+ range. Please keep that in mind. Budget for at least this amount. Texas and Florida, and other far southeastern states, are obviously a bit more at minimum $2250-ish. Any required inspections, certifications, registrations, paperwork, or anything else are the buyer's responsibility. I don't know the rules in each particular state so, am selling as per Alberta rules. My wife has become pretty good at setting up shipping and, is happy to assist. Rest is up to you. Payment is by bank transfer, US account to US account. As stated, I don't ask for Paypal. Once payment is received, everything else is ready to proceed from there.


CALLS:Even a long-winded description like mine is bound to miss a few details. If you'd like to speak over the phone, I'm happy to hear from you. Please write and we'll make arrangements.

If you are fromOVERSEAS,please know we have shipped long distances several times. We are happy to assist. Since beginning to narrow down ourinadvertent collection a couple years ago, we've sold to England, France, Germany, Holland, Slovenia, as well as theMiddle East and New Zealand. If it says anything about what kind of sellers we are... We have sold 6 (six !!) to one gentleman alone in Holland, 2 to another, and 2 to one fellow in England.
Please don't forget, I'm so sure about this car that I am offering to pay for inspection if there's any justifiable reason not to buy.I'm quite certain there's not many any other persons selling a vintage car on eBay willing to do that.
And, well...... Ibelieve that covers everything.
Good luck & HAPPY BIDDING.

On Sep-21-20 at 06:46:22 PDT, seller added the following information:

If you don't think this is a steal of a deal, please consider... This started as a 20,000 dollar car before120k restoration.
Also consider, nearly any 'everyone-has-one', cobbled together and small block powered Chevelle is 25k.