614 E. Auto Center Dr.
V8 power, a good color combo, and affordable price mean this 1966 Buick Skylark Convertible offers drop-top fun for an affordable price.
We love this generation Buick for their design lines. Both the front and rear have a triple-point look where not only are the fenders crisp, but also there's a well-defined center in the trunk and hood, too. Plus, the chrome bumpers love to hug these design lines for a look that's both sporty and sophisticated. There are nice details, like the trim on the hood ornament and fender vents. And the addition of Unique 15-inch polished wheels add to the car's shine. It's all wrapped in a later application of dark blue that retains a good gloss for the sunshine - and that's what you want from a classic convertible.
The black convertible top is a nice paring with the dark blue paint, and with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal a full black interior. The package is complete, clean, and offers a good amount of space for everyone. The value price means you can take the time to add your ideal personal touches to upgrades, including the stereo. And from day one, you get to enjoy a driver-oriented convertible with features like bucket seats and a tilt steering column.
Buick's red engine blocks always look great radiating within dark engine bays. And this one has extra flash and substance from the polished Edelbrock air grabber and four-barrel carburetor. Investment in a newer distributor, wires, hoses, and more not only keep the engine bay looking tidy, but also they make this a strong V8 package. In fact, a convertible like this was built for driving. That's why you have power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and newer Michelin tires.
A good Skylark always offers distinction on the classic car scene, and this one leaves room in the budget to really make it your own. Call today!!!
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