Artist: Dave Snyder
Thought of as the "Doctor's Car" for years and only one step below a Cadillac, Buick became the most luxurious muscle car made. Buick entered the muscle car era in 1965 with the A-body Gran Sport based on the Skylark. Equipped with the 401 cu. in. "nail head" it produced 325 horsepower. Horsepower was up to 340 in 1966 with a new engine casting, out classing almost all of the competition in the market...and with all the Buick's creature comforts. By 1970, Buick produce one of the wildest muscle cars of the era, the "Stage One" with the 455 cu. in. 360 h.p. engine produced an astounding 455 foot pounds of tire melting torque. Buick then painted 678 Gran Sports Apollo White or Saturn Yellow, blacked out the hood, added red pinstripes and called it the GSX. One fast car with Buick class.
Image size 18" x 26" on 22" x 28" acid free heavy paper.
Edition Size 950