VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
This is a genuine GS400 which is verified in the VIN number, it's a factory red car too. It's been body off frame restored.
EXTERIOR: The body and paint are in excellent condition on this GS. The metal is straight from every angle you look at it, the panels all fit square and flush. I ran my hand all along the bottoms, it's perfectly smooth. I did not find a bubble or a crack, I did find a couple minor nicks that have been touched up. It is code R for apple red. The paint is polished like glass. Overall the chrome on the car fits really well, it's bright and shiny. Up front the bumper, grill and headlight bezels all look real nice. The chrome scoops on the hood look really good. It has the original antenna. Stainless trim and the chrome around the vent windows are real nice. In back the bumper and trim are shiny. There is some pitting on the taillights. Door jambs are painted real nice, has new weather strips and window fuzzy seals. The windshield looks new. Power convertible top is black and in excellent condition.
INTERIOR: Exceptionally nice inside. All the white is the same shade- the upholstery, painted metal, seat backs are all one color. It all looks like new. The cushions in the seats are nice and firm. The dash area is beautiful- all the chrome, lenses are excellent. There's no pitting, everything fits nice, nothing's cut, worn or broken. The steering wheel doesn't even have a crack in it. It has bucket seats with the center console in the middle. The carpets are excellent. Interior lights work throughout, even in the console. Armrests, window cranks, dash pad is all excellent.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: It is an original 1967 400 motor. We checked casting dates and codes. It runs smooth as can be. It's all stock- the manifolds, valve covers, stickers and even the very rare and desirable Star Wars air cleaner on top. The surrounding compartment is clean and proper. All the components look clean and proper- new alternator, squirters are hooked up, original spring clamp battery cables, fan shroud is not broken. It features power steering and power brakes. The metal surfaces are smooth and painted nicely. Bottom of the hood is glossy with hood insulation.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Clean metal trunk that's been spatter painted. It has a mat, complete spare and a restored jack assembly. The well liner, the cover over the top motor and weather strip looks new. The trunk light works. Bottom of the trunk lid and the jamb are gloss red paint.
UNDERSIDE: Underneath the car looks really nice. It has red glossy painted floors, the chassis is all black. Bottom of the motor looks clean. It has the original turbo 400 automatic trans, the tag is still riveted on it's side. Original 10 bolt rear end in back. The front end steering and suspension components look like they've been replaced.Springs and shocks look like they've been replaced and back. It has the Buick big finned drums, brake hoses look new, the emergency brake assembly looks complete. It has a great sounding dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers in back.
After doing my inspection of this car I really like it. I was especially impressed with the body fit and finish and how clean the interior is. You don't see a GS very often compared to Chevelles and even GTOs. Only 2,140 were built total! This is a genuine muscle car that's been frame off restored. It runs and functions beautifully. Someone's going to get a great muscle car convertible!
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
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