November 18, 2022
We were talking yesterday (you were here yesterday, right?) about how all of Chrysler’s K-cars seem to have vanished. Today’s RealRide is this 1984 Buick Skylark Custom, one of General Motors’ X-body cars (along with the Chevy Citation, Pontiac Phoenix, and Oldsmobile Omega). Produced from 1980-1985, almost a million Skylarks left the factory. Again, where are they all? The 1984 Skylark came only as regular two- and four-door sedans with conventional trunks. The Citation and Phoenix added hatchbacks to the mix. The Skylark came in Custom and Limited editions, and also as a coupe-only T-Type (one of which we actually saw a few weeks ago — look for it here at a later date). We saw this one over the summer at the Cruisin’ For a Cure Car & Bike Show at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Care Center in Buffalo.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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