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This 1967 Buick Skylark Sport Coupe represents everything you love about a classic American with its hardtop style, great color combo, bright features, and V8 power. So to get it all for such a value price truly makes for an irresistible deal.
This General Motors coupe shares its A-body platform with its Chevelle cousin. So it gets the same kind of intermediate hardtop vibe, but there's some more style in the mix. Buicks are always known for tasteful brightwork, and it goes particularly nice on this Skylark. The chrome front bumper draws added attention to the pointed front end, the rear bumper fits the body like an integral part of the design, and the full-length rocker trim connects the two ends in a subtly elegant way. And that's balanced nicely with premium features like the excellent black vinyl roof and rear fender skirts. This one even goes for an upgraded cruise style with dual aerials and modern 17-inch Ridler wheels with a huge shine. And it's finished off with a more recent application of turquoise paint that gives the car a good shine while giving it distinction about the muscle car fray.
The 1960s were all about good color coordination, and so we love the factory Aqua interior. It keeps the same tone as the exterior color. Plus, the materials and their quality really turn back the clock. It has an unmistakable vintage charm on the seats, door panels, carpets, and even the dashboard. And of course, there's plenty of brightwork, from the badges embedded in the doors, to the strip of trim that stretches across the dashboard. Even the factory Sonomatic AM radio is still there for display. There is a fold-down armrest up front to give the driver an individual level of comfort. And the few subtle upgrades, like the sports steering wheel and color-matched cup holder console, are there to make this a better driver's classic.
Under the hood is Buick's 340 cubic-inch V8. It has an awesome look with the red block/valve covers, golden intake, and factory-style air topper. So it really looks just as vintage as the rest of the car. The block is even era-correct. But there is room for improvement, and so this one has a newer Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor on top. It exhales through an updated dual exhaust that give the right tune for dignified but sporty. Combine this with power steering, power brakes with discs up front, modern tires, and a proper Buick ST-300 automatic transmission, and it keeps this hardtop a great cruiser.
This is the combination of distinctive of Buick style, desirable hardtop body, and proper V8 power. So at a price like this you know it's a deal that will be moving out soon. Call today!!!
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