Interestingly, the Gran Sports were equipped with 401 Cubic Inch V8 engines, however they were advertised as 400 V8s due to General Motors’ 400 CID limit on their mid-size offerings at the time. 1967 saw the debut of the GS340 which was the low-cost version of the Gran Sport, but the GS-400 was still the big dog on the block. The advertising for the GS400 in 1967 centered around the fact that even though the GS-400 was truly a muscle car, it has rich options and plush interiors as one could expect on a Buick.
The black vinyl power convertible top goes up and down with ease with the simple flick of a switch under the dash. This GS400 is even equipped with power windows for that extra touch of luxury. The exterior on this Buick GS has been beautifully refinished in Ivory.
This 1967 Buick GS 400 is the quintessential gentleman’s muscle car, with fantastic power and great options. The Gran Sport debuted in 1965 as a mid-year performance-oriented option package for the Skylark, which was Buick’s plush intermediate model. In 1966, the GS became its own standalone model as Buick started to lean into the muscle car image of the day.
1966 Chevrolet Caprice CoupeScroll Down for More Pictures Make ChevroletModel CapriceYear 1966VIN 166476L120697Exterior Daytona BlueInterior BlackEngine 327ciTransmission AutomaticMiles 8290Shipping Quote – Click HereTrade-In Quote – Click Here- Up For …