April 18th, 2016 by

The 1970s brought disco music, new technological advancements – the Atari Game System – and the Buick GSX. The GSX was Buick’s entry into the American muscle car market; an entry that garnered much spotlight.

What separated the GSX from the other muscle cars of the era was its graphics package, hood mounted tachometer, and deck and chin spoilers – bringing new style and class to the big engine car competition. Under the hood, it packed a 7.5-liter V-8 engine, ensuring it could produce the kind of power its competitors boasted.

Only 678 GSXs were ever produced. It was a rare gem. A muscle car you should test drive if you ever get a chance. Thank you GSX, for making yellow and black pinstripes cool and showing the world that comfort and class can be combined with big engines.

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