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This 1972 Buick Skylark has a terrific vintage style with the right color combo, cool hardtop profile, spacious interior, and proper V8 power. So at a price like this, you're looking at quite a tempting V8 cruiser.
The best Buicks of the '70s were both premium and powerful, and this one delivers it all on the first impression. It has a muscle car-like hardtop profile similar to its Chevelle sibling. But there's an extra hint of sophistication with the well-fitting beige vinyl roof. It has the right earth-tone look to complement the Nutmeg brown paint. And this finish has a terrific look with a great gloss and a hint of metallic. So the sunlight loves to show off the crisp and clean body. And when it comes to shine, this also has a terrific look on the chrome bumpers. The front has a sharply pointed look and the rear seems to form right to the body. Add in the Rallye wheels and dual exhaust tips, and this is a powerful and pretty total impression.
The saddle tan interior looks quite authentic and very striking. The upholstery, headliner, door panels, carpeting, and dash are all either a fresh restoration or a nearly impossible time capsule. And the reason why it's so hard to tell is that this coupe is exceptionally correct, right down to the working courtesy lights and Sonomatic AM radio. There's plenty of space for family and friends to enjoy, but this Buick makes sure the driver is king. That's why you have a fold-down armrest, three-spoke sports steering wheel, and a clear set of gauges, including a larger speedo and tach.
Under the hood is a correct-style 350 cubic-inch V8. This is a great piece to have because Buick's version was known for being a torque king. It has a nice look with the Dante red block, matching intake, and bright valve covers. Plus, there's a Demon four-barrel carburetor for a touch of added pep. It fires up readily with an eagerness that tells you it wants to hit the road. And because this is a true Buick, there's an easy driving nature thanks to comfortable features like power steering, power brakes, and a three-speed automatic transmission.
The sale comes complete with owner's manual and maintenance records. If you like your classic coupe to be both distinctive and affordable, don't let this Skylark slip away. Call today!!!
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