1969 Buick Special Deluxe (Skylark/GS Base Model)
This is my 69 Buick Special Deluxe (which is actually pretty hard to find now-a-days. They're mostly Skylarks and GSs now) I got a little over a week ago. Got it for $2500. Its in fantastic condition for being non-restored for 41 years. Got a 250ci Chevy Straight-6 (the smallest engine you could get on the car at the time) and a 3 speed stick on the tree. I love this car so much!
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.
1969 Buick Skylark Custom 350-2
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1969 Buick GS400. Burn that RUBBER!!
The big boy wanted to show off on this day, so I helped him. The BFG tires don't stand a chance and never did. Gobs of torque make this all too easy.
87 Turbo Buick 11.42/121mph pass
June 26, 2009 - Baseline testing for the next upgrade. Funny part is Mustang before me forgets to close his hood. Not so funny as my tires cool down waiting for him to get his act together. That rattling noise after launch is a lesson learned on how much the tranny actually moves under load and how much clearance to maintain from rotating parts...oops.