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1954 Buick Skylark

Ranier Blue Exterior Two-Tone Blue Interior With Two-Tone Vinyl Bench Seats (Correctly Matches the Trim Code) White Top With Blue Boot Original Radio Passenger Side Etched Mirror Fire-Ball V-8 Engine Powered steering Power Brakes Powered windows Automatic Transmission... via American Listed

1971 Buick GS

1971 Buick GS Stage 1, Engine: 455, Automatic transmission, Exterior: Bronze, Interior: White, Power steering, Power Brakes, A/C Mint Condition, 1 of 82 Produced, Ram Air, Hood Tach, Remote Mirrors, Less Than 2000 miles on Very Nice Restoration, Award Winner at AACA and... via Dealslister

1997 Buick LeSabre

Options: | 205 Horsepower Horsepower| 3.8 Liter V6 Engine| 4 Door| 4-Way Power Adjustable Drivers Seat| 4-Wheel Anti lock brakes Brakes| Air conditioner| Automatic Transmission| Block Heater - Regular Duty| Chrome Grill| Clock - In-Radio Display| Cruise Control| Day time... via American Listed

1954 Buick Skylark

There were three very special cars that were the rave for General Motors in 1953. The Cadillac Eldorado, the Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta and the Buick Skylark. With their avaition inspired wrap around windshields and heavy options, these cars would become the dreams of every... via American Listed

1954 Buick Skylark

This 1954 Skylark is #245 out of only 836 built. It is also a 2010 AACA National 1st Prize winner and has been refinished in its original Malibu Blue with white fender liners. Panel gaps are exact, the metal work is straight, and its obvious that someone spent hours and... via American Listed

1970 Buick Grand Sport

Aggressive, colorful and bursting with power, the 1970 Buick GSX is 1 of the best-looking, most powerful cars of the muscle car era. The Saturn Yellow GSX offered here is a rust-free California car that has been fully frame-off restored to factory-correct condition.... via American Listed

1970 Buick GSX

Most muscle car enthusiasts will agree that 1970 was the pinnacle of the muscle car era. Prior to that, GM had a ridiculous rule that said no more than 400 cubic inches could go into a midsize car, and immediately after that, OPEC, the EPA, and the insurance industry... via American Listed