1972 Buick Skylark 455,
My 72 Skylark 350 sport coupe, I've had it about 10 or 11 years and I
bought it from the original owners family after he had passed away. It used
to be a grandfathers car now it's just an old guys toy. Soon after I
bought it I installed a warmed up 350 and it ran real good. One day I
wanted more so I built a .030 over 455 and that's when the trouble started.
The original owners name Was Charley Daniels(no not that one)May he rest in
peace because lord knows, When ever I start this thing up nobody rests in
peace. Mwuh hah ha hah ha ha
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.
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2011 HD Super Glide Custom, Vance & Hines Big Radius 2 into 2 Exhaust.... Sick!
This vid shows Phase 3 of the work I've done to my Super Glide Custom,
including all the Christmas gifts from my Wife and Daughters, and the Vance
& HInes Big Radius 2 into 2 Exhaust,
along with the Kuryakin High-Five Mach 2 Air Cleaner. A Dyno tune after install showed a
12.1 gain in HP. Coming up next is a cam install, which should add another
10-12 HP for a total gain of 22-24 HP over stock, without taking the heads
off. Stay tuned for the next video!
Big Block '72 Buick Skylark
my big block '72 buick skylark running. i was in a mood to piss people off
so i fired it up.
its a buick 455 with a th350 trans. its completely stock, i swear ;)
Buick 350 on test bench
This is a fresh rebuilt Buick 350 runnin' on my test bench..
Got 9.8:1 compression (Speed Pro hypers & moly), rebuilt heads with good
portjob, 470/470 lift cam, Poston aluminium Intake, 600cfm Holley, 1968
1.6:1 aluminium rocker arms, modified oil passages, timing cover and filter
housing, oil balance tube on rear side, crooved cam bores in block, double
roller.....and so on.
Let it run for more than 30min. with 2500rpm's to get it REALLY HOT (more
than 100°C!), and to have a look on the oil pressure when running such
high temps...with 15-40 standard mineral based oil..OF COURSE!
Huhh...32psi..at roughly 650 rpm's..did you expect this?
I DID!! Get your hands dirty and rebuild your good old Buick engine!!
HE IS WORTH IT!!
NOTHING pulls lika Buick engine!!