1 of 678: 1970 Buick GSX

Between 1970-72, the GSX was the grandaddy of the Gran Sports from that era. They were created to put Buick on par with the high end of the rest of GM’s mid-size performance cars, like the GTO Judge. Production… more»

1970 Buick GSX Stage 1 Survivor!

The GSX was the top-of-the-line Skylark, and was Buick’s equivalent to the Pontiac GTO Judge. Equipped with a Buick 455 V-8 engine and upgraded suspension components, the GSX provided a muscle car experience…through the civilized lens of a Buick…. more»

Blue Chip Buick! 1971 Gran Sport GSX

Buick hit a home run in 1970 with the redesign of their intermediate Skylark-based Gran Sport. Coming on the heels of the 1969 version with its more controversial styling, the 1970 version was buttoned-down, refined and looked like it… more»

Saturn Yellow 1970 Buick GSX Project

The Buick GSX was first offered in 1970 and a buyer had the option of ordering Apollo white or Saturn yellow. A total of 187 GSXs were ordered in white and the remaining 491 were ordered in yellow. This… more»