1969 Buick Skylark convertible frame/suspension walk around
This is my first video upload on Youtube...so take it easy on me..:)
This is the 69 Buick Skylark convertible I am working on. I have the frame and front suspension done so I thought I'd make a video of it. More videos to come on the rest of the car...including the big block 455 build.
1971 Buick Skylark Convertible Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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1971 Buick Skylark
Nice, Clean Vehicle.
All Power Windows, Doors, Locks, Top.
Was Stored in a Shed for Years.
Driven Only on Sunday Afternoons or Parades.
Call Tom if interested 248-974-9513
1968 Buick Skylark Convertible FOR SALE HI DEF HD
Original 2 owner car, 71,618 original miles, driven less than 2K miles a year! Owners manual, warranty books, receipts, matching #s 350 Buick V-8 @ 280hp, automatic trans, great looking Blue mist paint, blue bucket seat interior w/ factory console, new white power convertible top, power steering + brakes, air-conditioning, power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, Buick rally wheels w/ BFG radial T/As, original AM radio, almost every option available, great classic cruiser.
1955 Buick Special Barn Find
The storage for some old vehicles has been lost, the property was sold, hence the barn must be cleared for the new owners. This '55 Buick was sitting the corner, minus rear wheels and axle shafts, we saw the differential gears were missing, hence the disassembled unit. The ceiling was low in the barn, thus we used the car dolly, after jacking up the rear end of the car carefully. With 1 tire completely flat (what a wrestling act!) and the other one pretty low, the car was finally coaxed out of the barn, into the light after umpteen years. Thanks to Josh showing up to do his chores and helping us to safely get the car back up the road by helping to secure the car tightly to the dolly, then using his Kubota tractor with the flashing signals to ward off cars speeding up the road. It was quite the setup we had pulling the car backwards, myself steering like an old hook and ladder firetruck to help the car around curves and turns.