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While the seller describes this Stage 1-equipped 1975 Buick Century as a “tribute,” we’d go with the term “phantom,” to describe something that replicates what never was, even though phantoms usually require a level of imagination a step beyond simply stuffing an earlier engine into a later car. Still, it’s a rust-free mid-70s Buick (in Ohio, the buckle of the rust belt, no less) with one of the best, if not the best, Buick V-8s. From the seller’s description:
1975 Buick Century w/Stage 1 package and Gran Sport trim, 455-4, headers, performance cam and intake, 73 Stage 1 engine. Turbo 350 transmission, swivel bucket seats, full console, under dash gauges, and factory style tach, power steering, power disc brakes, radio, chrome Buick 15″ Rally wheels, and letter tires, Flow Master exhaust bent to factory spec, nice trim and moldings, rust free body and undersides, very nice Marina Blue finish in base clear, runs, drives, and sounds excellent. This is a fun car, I call it a tribute to what Buick could have done if they had not dropped the Stage 1 option in 1974.
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