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1972 Skylark Buick 350,2dr coupe sheltered 31 years ago since engine was damaged

1972 Buick Skylark 350

Make: Buick
Model: Skylark
SubModel: 350
Type: Coupe
Trim: 350 Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 105,302
VIN: 4D37J2H180972
Color: Gold
Engine: 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: Rear wheel
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hazlehurst, Georgia, United States
Air Conditioning

Description for Buick Skylark 1972

This is a 1972 Skylark 350 Buick with a rebuildable 350 engine with 4bbl Rochester carb and 3 speed 350 automatic transmission with power steering and power brakes. only 105. 02 miles. I purchased this car new March 21. 1972 for $4100 and I have the original invoice. I had a minor accident and had to replace the right front fender in 1974. There have been no more collisions. just a couple parking lot scrapes that have not been repaired. The only rust damage on the body is where the back glass fits into the body near the trunk and it is minor. The engine is partially disassembled. carb. intake manifold & camshaft removed. However. nothing in the engine was broken or damaged and can be rebuilt. When the engine failed from LOW OIL PRESSURE. it was quickly shut down (still too late to save without rebuilding). nbsp;I stored it under a shelter and it has been there for the last 31 years. I did load it on a rollback to enter it in a local car show in 2005. then right back to the shelter. The body has only minor defects and are shown in the photos. This car comes with a clear title. owner's manual. and tire jack. The wheels on the car now are from an S10 Chevy. but the original chrome & black wheels are included. The tires are old and won't hold air over a prolonged time. The seats are worn/torn. The driveshaft is removed for towing. The radiator is missing and the windshield is cracked. I was told by a Buick dealer that the 3/4 vinyl roof was made on only 500 Skylarks. but I cannot authenticate this. The buyer is responsible for moving / transporting the car to its new destination. It can be seen in Hazlehurst. Georgia.