Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this beautiful
1972 Buick Skylark Convertible. 1972 was the final year for the
styling introduced in 1968 when all of General Motor's mid-sized
cars began using two different wheelbase sizes, including a shorter
112-inch platform for the two-doors and a longer 116-inch wheelbase
for the four-door body styles. 1972 was the last model year for the
mid-sized Buick Skylark. The standard engine was the 350 CID V8
with overhead valves, hydraulic valve lifters and a Rochester
carburetor. The front end styling of the 1972 Skylark was mildly
updated with redesigned bumpers that now included bumper guards as
standard. In the back, the taillight and bumper assembly gained
black vinyl surrounds. The Skylark script could be found on the
rear fenders. A lower body molding trim traversed the body side and
chrome molding was used around the windshield frame and wheelhouse.
Standard equipment included a heater and defroster, padded
instrument panel, front ashtray. The Skylark 350 came standard with
Deluxe cloth and vinyl seats, rear ashtrays, armrests, Deluxe
steering, and carpeting. The top trim level on the 1972 Buick
Skylark was the Skylark Custom, distinguished by additional
exterior trim and a more luxurious interior. It had a grid-textured
bright grille, wider rocker panel and wheelhouse moldings, and rear
stone guard extensions. Beautiful Blue exterior, shiny chrome and a
wonderful pop of the white vinyl interior and did we mention
CONVERTIBLE! Drop the top down feel the wind go through your hair (
or scalp ) depending on your hair situation! This baby Purrs, and
is looking for a new home!
1972 Buick Skylark
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