1970 Buick GSX Prototype Show Car Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 284 Video V8TV
Interview With Owner Brad Conley:  https://youtu.be/KWdznFjK4fs?t=7703
1970 Buick GSX Prototype Show Car Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 284 Video V8TV
Most of us have a particular car that left a mark on us, and this Muscle Car Of The Week left a burnout on host Kevin Oeste’s brain like a Buick 455 burning bias ply tires across a slick parking lot.    This week, Oeste is united with a childhood dream car, seeing the 1970 Buick GSX Stage 1 “Prototype” show car in person for the first time at the 2018 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in Chicago.   It was one of many special moments from the MCACN show, and a great example of why all muscle car fans should attend this amazing event.     Special thanks to car owner Brad Conley for the personal tour of the GSX.
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1970 Buick GSX and 1970 Hemi Cuda Rivalry Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 279 V8TV
At first glance, these two cars are at opposite ends of the spectrum… the Buick is a high-powered luxury performance ride, while the ‘Cuda is a more basic car with less frills and luxury add-ons.     The Buick was designed to compete against higher end, feature rich cars, while the ‘Cuda targeted the pony car market like Camaro and Mustang.     So how did the rivalry begin?
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Street, Strip, and Track - Muscle Car: Muscle Car Of The Week Episode 270
People often ask us what is our favorite car from The Brothers Collection.    This time, we’re picking the SSTs… 3 different Muscle Cars for 3 different purposes… Street, Strip, and Track!     The Street car for a daily driver, the Strip car for drag racing, and the Track car for road course events.    As a bonus, if you add your favorite Street Strip, and Track car from The Brothers Collection and why in the comments, your selections might be featured on an upcoming episode of Muscle Car Of The Week, and you’ll also win a Brothers Collection Hat!     
Cars mentioned in the episode:
Buick GSX Episode #45
1964 Avanti Episode #164
Pontiac 1971 GTO Judge Conv Episode #202
‘57 Bonneville Conv Episode #236
Street Car:  Black 1969 Hemi Charger Episode #90
Pontiac Super Duty Tempest Episode #82
2011 Nickey Camaro Episode #206
1970 LS6 Chevelle Episode #182
Drag Race:  1969 Rambler Scrambler Episode #71  315/425
Shelby GT350R Episode #208 2965
1970 BOSS Mustang Episode #173 
Camaro Z/28 1968 Episode  #131
Road Course Track:  Bobby Unser Torino  Episode #200 
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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.