1965 Buick Skylark Custom This California car is rust free without
dents or real problem areas. Runs and drives, has AC, powered
steering, powered windows, and powered brakes. The engine is a v8
6.6L pushing around 325 BHP while only weighing 3 thousand pounds,
pretty good for a classic in my opinion. This car is almost
complete itself. It just needs a little time from someone. It has
all parts needed to complete, and has original parts as well. The
only thing that you would have to buy is a new paint job and brake
pads. The parts purchased for it: New procar seats because the
original ones were completely used through. Has mounts with it and
are ready to install. JEG Sport Star rims with spacers that, with
the right tires, will fill out the wheel well without rubbing.
Currently has brand new tires (not even broken in, driven for ten
miles) on older aftermarket rims. Smart rearview mirror with backup
camera and dashcam that just needs to be wired, comes with a small
kit that bypasses having to plug it into the cigarette lighter.
Sound dampening pads have been applied as well as insulating pads,
so it does not sound like a tin can anymore. Has new interior trim
pieces and new headliner (trim pieces installed, headliner is not)
Edlebrock carb with adjusted jets to fit Utah air, has a spacer as
well. New spark plugs and retubed fuel line (original was very
close to fan) New battery (dont remember which one, just bought a
few weeks ago, not low end, but just under high end) New weather
stripping for between windows. Now the rest of the description;
Current wheel rubs so I would probably just use the JEG rims with
new tires and sell the current ones. There is also a very slight
coolant leak, I think, it had a leak for a week after some engine
work was done, then stopped, there is still coolant in the system.
I would probably have someone look at electrical work, the Odometer
works but not gas. The brake pads should be replaced.
1965 Buick Skylark
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