My 1970 Buick Skylark, 350-2

the video is kinda messed up, i don't need new belts and yes i know i need new Exhaust. My 70 skylark, 350-2. This car is kinda rare and makes it a little more because it's 3 on the tree. This means its standerd and you shift on the column. I love it and would not really want to sell it. i have paid for everything on the car but 2 things. tires, and front swaybar. My dad was there helping me the way, he is a bodyman and we got many more cool cars,70 nova, 67 chevelle,31 model a coupe,63 corvette. The buick has dual Exhaust but the passenger side has to many holes. The Exhaust is the only thing that i need to finish on it. everything is done. sorry the car is not so clean. has not been driven in 2, 2/1/2 months.

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