800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Buick Skylark gives you numbers-matching V8 power, plenty of hardtop flair, and even A/C comfort... but the most appealing part of this package is you get it all for such an obtainable price.
This hardtop stays close to the golden hues that Buick offered in '69, and so you get a nice glow in the sunshine. It gives this car a premium sense of style with a hint of sporty flair. The long pointed hood and well-creased fenders are exactly the same that gave the GS their appeal, and so you'll love them on this Skylark, too. The sweeping sides look great, with a contoured trim piece that seamlessly swoops over the fenders and through the door line. It helps to highlight the curves that make this Skylark look like a bird of prey. Buick seemed to like showcasing the most dramatic lines, so the front end is dominated by shiny chrome and pointed sharp edges. It's even more striking in the rear where the tapered trunk flows into the form-fitting bumper.
The ivory interior has a very cool survivor-style vibe. You see it in the details, like the Skylark trim on the doors and the pattern of the bench seats. Even the AM radio is still cranking out tunes. This originality all plays into a car that comes with terrific original paperwork and even the low odometer is believed to reflect the full actual mileage. But since this is the kind of coupe you'll want to share with family and friends, the air conditioning was upgraded to cold-blowing R134a. That means every trip is a comfortable one.
When you lift the hood, the Dante Red engine block is still peering out in this very honest engine bay. It lets people know this is a true Buick powerhouse. Buick's own 350 cubic inch V8 provides big torque from a small package, so it's great to have the numbers-matching powerplant. It even makes a sweet tune out of the newer dual exhaust. Out on the road, this Skylark feels great with features like the TH350 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and BF Goodrich T/As on Buick's special Rallye wheels.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card, owner's manual, title documentation, and maintenance records. This is a classic V8 hardtop with the right mix of preservation and restoration. So don't miss out on this deal. Call now!
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