We know the affordable price made you stop and look at this cherry-red vintage droptop. But as you dig deeper into this 1967 Buick Skylark convertible and see its full bucket seats, V8 powerplant, and rarity, we know you'll discover a desirability that goes well beyond the value price.
This car is a nice mix of style and sophistication. Buick's designs were coming into the modern era during this time. They had done away with gratuitous chrome on their cars. This makes the well-integrated bumpers and iconic fender slashes standout styling elements. This one really likes to impress with crisp details, including the beak-like pointed front end that makes this Skylark look like it's ready to take flight. So while the low price will give you freedom to update any features you like, it's really great to already have such a complete example. Proper Skylark fender skirts, a nice black folding top, and Buick Rallye wheels complete an impressive package. And a car like this deserves distinction, because it was one of the more expensive Skylarks of its time. The price even beat out some of the GS models, and so less than 6,400 were produced in 1967.
With the touch of a button, the power roof folds down to reveal a bold red interior. The trim tag tells us this one was born with this ideal color combo, and this well-coordinated look is the kind of presentation you want from a Buick. Nothing feels as '60s cool as the moment you sit down in the intricate pattern of the red bucket seat, and then grab the gearshift in the bright center console. It has a driver-oriented setup with the tilt steering column and even an upgraded tach. Plus, the factory-style AM/FM radio has the vintage look you like while still giving nice driving tunes. So while you may want to upgraded pieces later in life, this Skylark is already ready to hop in and have fun today.
Buick's own 300 cubic inch V8 provides big torque from a small block style package. This one is not only believed to be the original motor, but also it has a great stock style, right down to the air topper. But originality doesn't mean skipping out on maintenance. This one show signs of newer components, including the distributor cap, regulator, and alternator. Out on the road, this Buick droptop earns its easy cruising reputation with features like the Super Turbine 300 automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the Buick that gives you a cool classic presentation, V8 power, and a value price. That's why we know this Skylark will be flying out of the showroom soon. Call today!!!