1971 Buick Skylark Convertible 122,000 Miles Original 350 V-8 Engine Small Cam 4 barrel carb Aluminum Intake Original Automatic TransmissionThere is a very minor trans leak Good suspensionPower Steering Power BrakesAll around Drum Brakes THIS IS A NUMBERS MATCHING BUICKRed Exterior repainted 10 years ago and still in good conditionWhite convertible TopBumbers were replaced Body chrome is in good conditionDual ExhaustThere is some bubbling in the paint located on the corners of each door There is some moderate surfce rust on the undercarriage of the vehiclePear White interior was redone in 2006No rips or tears in the seats or on the dashColumn Shift New CarpetAll gauges are workingHeat/ Defrost Air Conditioning - Needs chargeAftermarket Sterio AM/ FM radioWE FINANCE/ DELIVER AND SHIP WORLD WIDE
Buick launched its compact Special sedan for the 1961 model year, mid-way through the selling season, it added a sport coupe called the Skylark, a name last used by the GM division in 1954.
My Dad and I bought this in 1984.
In addition to Cadillac and Oldsmobile, Buick celebrated its golden anniversary in 1953 with a special edition convertible.
Created to celebrate Buick’s 50th anniversary, the Skylark joined the Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta and Cadillac Series 62 Eldorado as the top-of-the-line, limited-production specialty convertibles.
Created to celebrate Buick’s 50th anniversary, the Skylark joined the Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta and Cadillac Series 62 Eldorado as the top-of-the-line.
Priced at $11,800 or best offer, the Pick of the Day is a 1963 Buick Skylark that might be a nice starter car for someone looking to get into the classic car hobby.
Thirty years ago in October, I went to buy a 1965 Buick Skylark hardtop, found out it was a four-door and decided to pass.
The first picture is why. The second picture is when. The third picture is now. Remembering Dad (and having a mid-life crisis.)
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