Streetside Classics is pleased to announce this beautiful custom 1970 Buick Electra 225 for sale. The subtle exterior color is further accentuated with a set of sizable aftermarket wheels and matching tan interior. This is a seldom-seen classic that will certainly draw crowds at the local car show and turn heads no matter where you go. Don’t miss your opportunity to own this classic Buick in all its glory; it’s evident that this vehicle exudes plenty of vintage styling and boasts immediate enjoyment.
This Buick Electra 225 will have no problem standing out in a crowd. Just look at those long hood line that transition into the nearly fastback-shaped rear roofline that joins at a generously sized decklid. Up front, a pair of twin headlights sits at either side with a split front grille separating them–reminiscent of the Pontiacs from the time. The exterior sports a pearl white paint that has a distinctive tan tint to it. Although the paint was applied a little while back, it still looks great and is highly presentable. All of the brightwork is likely original and in solid condition. A mere polishing session would elevate the look to new heights, especially since there are no dings present. The color-matched wheels help tie the look together, as does the spacious tan cabin. Every detail on this 1970 Buick Electra 225 stays true to the elegance it exudes and complements the lengthy body beautifully.
Speaking of the cabin, there’s a lot to like inside the doors of this Buick Electra. The instrument panel houses a variety of clear and functional gauges just behind the decently sized steering wheel. Meanwhile, the dash pad spans the width of the interior and appears to be in very solid condition, as are the door panels that cling tightly to their respective steel frames. This Buick comes with factory air conditioning, an aftermarket AM/FM/CD stereo radio, and a pair of JL Audio subwoofers mounted inside the trunk area to elevate your audio experience.
The heart and soul of this 1970 Buick Elektra 225 is a 455 cubic-inch big-block engine that is armed with a four-barrel carb and paired to a solid-shifting, three-speed TH400 transmission. This motor represents the biggest displacement of any of the engine options when this ’70 model rolled off the assembly floor. This combination of power emits a tantalizing exhaust note out of its dual Flowmaster mufflers. Power steering and power brakes makes this two-door cruiser easy to drive and enjoyable all the same. Below the beauty that is this Electra is a solid undercarriage with only the expected patina for a car that’s nearly 50 years old. The current asking price on this car is set at $17,995, and you can make an offer right here.
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