The California GS was Buick's attempt
to create a lower cost and smaller muscle car.
Fitted with the small block GS drivetrain, the exterior received
the full treatment including vinyl top, chrome moulding
package, GS emblems, and special California scripts.
Available from 1967, it was only available in California and was not advertised
nationally by Buick.
Built on the thin-pillar coupe chassis it came equipped
with the 340 ci/260 hp engine and Super Turbine 300 transmission.
Bench seats were standard and accessories were kept to a minimum to help keep
the price down.