Many people didn't equate Buicks with high-performance cars, but this 1969 GS Stage 1 4-speed Convertible in sinister triple black proves them all wrong!

The versatile GM “A” body platform allowed Buick to build a wide variety of cars that shared the same basic backbone and DNA, ranging from meek 6-cylinder 4-doors and post-coupes up through fully loaded luxury station wagons and convertibles.    This 1971 Buick GS 455 Stage 1 convertible is the recipient of some of the best Buick had to offer in ‘71, featuring the highest levels of power, style, and comfort all wrapped up in one sinister triple-black convertible. 
 

This week, we're bringing you a 1970 Buick GS Stage 1 4-speed Convertible from the Brothers Collection display at the 2014 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals!  In addition to this being a real 4-speed convertible with air conditioning, this car is sporting some very unique wheel covers as well.   

 

Here's one for the Buick fans... a 1970 Buick GSX 455 Stage 1 4-Speed in Saturn Yellow! Buick made 678 of these luxo-rockets in 1970, and they were certainly out of character for the Buick brand. Producing 360 horsepower and 510 ft. lbs. of torque, these capable street brawlers were running with the fastest Muscle Cars from any manufacturer. In fact, Motor Trend Magazine clocked a Stage 1 car tripping the lights in 13.35 seconds @ 105.5 mph in '70, fast enough to be called their quickest test of 1970. The Brothers Collection never disappoints, and it certainly appeals to all Muscle Car brands.