800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1967 Buick Skylark hardtop is an interesting treat. It has a long, sleek, and vintage style that makes it a pretty fun V8 cruise with a distantly premium vibe.
The 1960s seemed to be dominated by GM A-body cars. And while the Chevelle got the sales glory, the Skylark is often the quietly coveted one. Buicks are always known for tasteful brightwork, and it goes particularly nicely on this design. 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. It has a nice sporty look with the flying buttress on the hardtop roof, Buick Rallye wheels, and hash marks on the front fender. And that\'s balanced nicely with premium features like the black vinyl roof and rear fender skirts. And the creamy yellow paint brings the appeal together with a nice gloss that showcases the well-respected classic sheet metal.
Not only does the vinyl top look good on the exterior, but it also gives you a nice preview of the interior. It\'s a vintage and stock style inside, and that\'s the exact thing that 1960s fans find awesome. It\'s not perfect, but when you see the lights on the C-pillar turn on when you open the door, you\'ll immediately fall in love. It has the best vintage details, like the unique steering wheel design and the detailed upholstery pattern. The radio setup is particularly fun with the stock AM radio in the dash and a classic Motorola FM 8-track unit below. And there\'s a great classic cruise feeling with front bucket seats, a center console in-between, and a speedometer as long as the horizon.
Under the hood is Buick\'s 300 cubic-inch V8. This is the correct green motor for the car, and the block is even era-correct. So it has the right history to go with its honest style. These were known for being smooth, and they continue to run with dignified confidence today. Combine this with a nice ride, wide BF Goodrich T/As, and an ST-300 automatic transmission, and this makes for a cruiser that still keeps you in touch with the road the old-school way.
The Buick A-body cars were about looking cooler on the boulevard, and this one knows how to uphold that tradition with its true vintage style. Call now!
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