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Buick Skylark

Our current project is a Buick Skylark that will receive
a 455 engine as well as some Modern Suspension from Speedtech.
This is a rust free car with only 49,000 original miles.
It will be set up for the Street as well as Pro Touring.
More Pictures coming soon!


This car may be up For Sale. If you're interested in a clean
low mileage Big Block Buick let me know!
As of August 1st the only thing left is Exhaust, Fresh Paint
and installation of the Front Clip!



Some of the features of this build are:

This is a low mileage - rust free Skylark that will receive some Pro Touring goodies
and a 455 Power Plant.    Photo above taken before the Restoration!


Rust Free Southern Body


Firewall has been smoothed out for a nice clean look


Power Brakes and Wilwood Disc's Brakes


Speed Tech Suspension and Quick Ratio Steering should make this car fun to drive!


Interior is SUPER Clean. Only thing we replaced is the Carpet


A Factory Blue Steering Wheel and Console were added


Custom Blue Bucket Seats were made by Legendary.
Blue Buckets were not an option in 1972 so this should be pretty unique.


The Dash on this car for being 40+ years old is in superb condition


Factory Tach and Gauges have been added


New Alternator & Rebuilt "Quick Ratio" Steering


Brand New Brake Booster and Master Cylinder from Inline Tube


Motor looks better than new and sports our Grade 8 455 Engine Fasteners


Firewall is set to go for the addition of "Vintage Air" Heat and A/C!
The aftermarket A/C systems offered today are much "cleaner" looking
and take up a lot less space than the Factory A/C system.


We installed standard valve covers during the engine painting process
but those have now been replaced with Chrome Versions.








This photo shows how solid this car is. No rust repairs needed!



More Photos Coming!


Update:  (9-30-2017)

This car has been sold and after a few modifications will be heading to Denmark!

Photo's coming soon!


More Coming Soon!