1996 Buick Blackhawk
At their 2009 Scottsdale Auction, Barrett-Jackson sold the sole Blackhawk Concept as part of the GM Heritage Collection. It was described as "The Buick Blackhawk is a hand-built custom 2+2 convertible developed to celebrate Buick's 100 year anniversary in 2003. The Blackhawk is built from a variety of modified 1939-1986 Buick components and panels. A power retractable carbon fiber top is stored inside the deck lid. The interior is custom hand fabricated using many 1996 Riviera components. Powered by a 1970 vintage 455cid Buick GS Stage III V8 engine that is naturally aspirated with an overhead valve and Fuel Injected to produce 463 horsepower at 4600 rpm and 510 lb/ft of torque at 4200 rpm. The engine is mated to a 4L80E 4-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission. The body is steel with a carbon fiber top. Also features independent front and rear suspension, Z rated P295/35R 18" front tires and Z rated P295/45R 18" rear tires."
Auction Sales History
2000 Buick Blackhawk Factory Custom 1G4GD2211T4700610 - sold for $363,000
The “factory custom” built for Buick to celebrate its centenary. Built using the best components from 100 years of Buick. One of the most famous modern GM show vehicles. Acquired by Paul and Chris Andrews from the GM Heritage Collection. “The modern Y-Job”.
Auction Source: Paul & Chris Andrews Collection by RM Sotheby's