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1967 Buick GS Ads

By 1967 Buick's GS (Grand Sport) was firmly established as a supercar, as muscle cars were then called. However, 1967 was the first year that the GS was a separate model, whereas before, it had been an option on the Skylark.

For 1967, Buick also broke new ground - scooping all other GM muscle car offerings by coming up with the GS340, a small block version of the 400 which was equipped as its big brother with the exception of a 340 V8 in lieu of the new 400 introduced in the GS.

Both cars sold in large enough numbers to continue them for the period 1968-72, though the new 350 cu. in. engine would replace the aging 340 (based on the 1961-63 aluminum V8) in 1968.

  • 1967 GS 400 - 13,813
  • 1967 GS 340 - 3,692

 


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1967 Buick GS 340 Ad "What the car enthusiasts are enthusiastic about."
1967_GS_340_Ad_3.pdf
1967 Buick GS 400 Ad "Is Ruth Worried?" (10x14)
1967_GS_400_Ad_3.pdf
1967 Buick GS 400 Ad "Your father never told you there would be Buicks like this"
1967_GS_400_Ad_1.pdf
1967 Buick GS 340 Ad "Buick's GS-340 - Buick's minipriced GS-400"
1967_GS_340_Ad_2.pdf