This is truly a one-of-a-kind custom-built vehicle. It was built to
re-create the 1964 GM prototype 2-door Sport Wagon built for the
Detroit Auto Show. The builder married the back of a 1965 Buick
Sport Wagon with the front of a 1964 Buick hardtop car. This car
had no expenses spared on an incredible build. The engine is a 2003
supercharged 3.8-liter V6 mated to a 700R4 overdrive transmission.
The car has power steering, power brakes and working air
conditioning. It has a new radio and CD player in the glove box.
The underside is painted in the body color. A custom computer and
wiring harness were made up for the car by Fuel Injection
Specialties in San Antonio, TX. This car has been driven reliably
on many road trips, including the Hot Rod Power Tour, with no
problems. It was also featured on an episode of "My Classic Car"
with Dennis Gage. ** PREVIEW
1964 Buick Skylark
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