This is a Sloan documented 1970 Buick, GS 455, one of 5589 hard tops produced that year. It is a Carolina car, never any northern rust. The car was restored,(Frame On) in 2012/2013 when it was stripped to bare metal and assembled down to the bare body, leaving only the drivetrain intact. It is a high number two condition, and one of the nicest examples in the country that you can actually drive and enjoy. Show winner first time out. Color is fire, red, paint code 75, with a black vinyl top, just as it came from the factory. Bumpers are show chrome and all stainless trim in original and polished out all wiring harnesses were replaced front to back. No expense was spared in doing this car the right way, no corners cut all quality workmanship and materials used. The engine is original to the car and was rebuilt to stage one specs and has maybe 30,000 miles on it since the rebuild, same with the TH400 transmission. The rear end is a 12 bolt 3.42 posit unit. The AC is new 2022 classic auto air. All upholstery was done, including seats, headliner, carpeting, and door panels, as was all rubber, weatherstripping, and seals. A Buick, factory eight track tape player player was installed as part of the restoration and plays like new through the radio speakers using the factory wiring harness. no hang on unit or external speakers allowed here, tilt wheel, map, reading light, and the optional sport wheel are three of the more desirable options to come on this car, along with power steering and power front disc brakes. The suspension was upgraded with Hotchkis and global west components, which makes the car ride and handle like a new car. It sticks to the road and corners with no roll or sway. The frame is straight clean. The car is driven and not a trailer queen. Tires are BF Goodrich TA’s, 245 mounted on flawless Buick rally wheels. The car actually runs and drives like new no rattles or squeaks, very strong and fast like a GS 455 should be and has that great muscle car sound.