1968 Buick Skylark Custom Convertible 82,000 Actual Miles -- Ground Up Restoration Investment Grade -- Museum Quality Original Matching Numbers With its highly styled art deco presentation, this 1968 Buick Skylark Custom Convertible is a quite RARE car with only 8,188 produced originally. With a complete highly detailed restoration it has resided in the private collection for many years accumulating only 3500 miles since the restoration. This Skylark is a truly special car. 1968 marked a significant transition year and the first year of this Skylarks body style. This Skylark is equipped with its original matching numbers 350CI engine and automatic transmission. With its strikingly beautiful color combination of Scarlet Red with White convertible top and White interior there is no other to compare. Possessing only 81,000 ACTUAL MILES (documented), with a professional ground-up restoration, this gorgeous Skylark Custom Convertible is just as gorgeous today as it was almost 50 years ago. The paint, body and convertible top remain virtually like new as does the interior and trunk. All mechanicals including engine, transmission, brakes, steering, suspension and power top mechanicals were totally rebuilt during the meticulous restoration. Even the spare tire is the original tire from the factory. Gorgeous and exacting in every detail, this car sets the standard for all investment grade and museum quality Buick Skylark Custom Convertibles. This Buick Skylark Custom Convertible has been meticulously maintained and preserved to insure the car remains just as it was new in 1968. Driving this vehicle is truly just as if you had stepped back in time to 1968. It is smooth, it is quiet and it is everything you would have expected and more. HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Original 350 CI Engine Original Automatic Transmission Dual Exhaust Scarlet Red Paint White Power Convertible Top w/Matching Boot White Interior Bucket Seats Power Steering Power Disc Brakes
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