February 8, 2017
Came across this nice-looking 1967 Buick Skylark a couple of summers ago on a Friday evening walk through downtown Buffalo. The Skylark was one of two mid-sized Buick convertibles for 1967, the other being the high-performance GS 400. Standard equipment on the Skylark was a 225 cu. in. V6 (except for the four-door hardtop which had a 300 cu. in. V8) with a column-mounted manually-shifted three-speed transmission. Other equipment highlighted in the brochure were such niceties as: Cigar Lighter; Directional Signals; and Plunger-type Door Locks. Virtually everything you’d want in a new car!
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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