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Buick : Skylark GS 9 690 actual mile award winning gs 400 v 8 4 speed

$79,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1967

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 9661

Posted Over 1 Month

[email protected] 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1967 Buick GS400 9,690 Actual Mile Award Winning GS400 V8 4 Speed Year: 1967 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Black Mileage: 9661 Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual Engine: 400 V8 Interior color: Yellow Vehicle info We've all heard the Cinderella stories about fully documented survivor cars that one owner fastidiously preserves and another owner stumbles upon and turns into gold. The problem is most of those fairy tales involve models that are very common in collector car folklore and, despite high five or even six digit price tags, almost always have equally impressive peers. Well, as you all know, the dedicated staff at RK Motors Charlotte specializes in both rare AND unique automobiles. And our latest one-of-a-kind offering, this custom ordered 9,645 mile Buick GS 400, is the nicest '67 survivor we've ever seen and undoubtedly the finest unrestored Buick in the world. As an all original head turner that's spent most of its life in the hands of one dedicated owner, it's the perfect piece for any collector who wants a first rate classic with an outstanding history. And best of all, the car is fully documented from its original window sticker all the way to its recent feature in Hemmings Muscle Machines. If you're looking for some killer blue chip muscle that has an amazing story and even more impressive provenance, Buick built it and RK Motors Charlotte is selling it! Our story begins roughly six years ago when this time capsule tri-shield's current owner was strolling through a national Buick event and noticed the car's peculiar yellow interior. As the second generation owner of a GM dealership he had spent most of his early years watching the best of Detroit's power-happy creations roll straight off the truck and straight into the showroom, so he certainly knew a unique color combination when he saw it. It wasn't long before an older gentleman confirmed the car was for sale and then confirmed it was indeed an all original 1967 GS 400 that had racked up only 9K miles in almost 40 years. After a bit of small talk a few weeks of negotiations commenced and the older gentleman, who certainly knew what he had, agreed to one lump sum payment of cash. It took a little time for the car's current owner to round up the Benjamins, but after visiting four banks and securing a cooler to carry the money in, he headed to Virginia to pick up his new one-of-a-kind muscle car. Only after hands were shook and the older gentleman and his wife had finished counting the money did they decide to reveal the car's whole story and shed light on how it managed to survive in essentially showroom fresh condition. The older gentleman, love struck and ready to settle down, wanted to impress his soon to be bride by special ordering Buick's hottest new model from Blue Ridge Motors in Roanoke, Virginia. Every red-blooded car guy knows that girls love fast cars, so the division's Stage 1 400 with no power steering and no air conditioning was mandatory equipment. A trailer package, which provided stiffer rear springs, and an M20 Muncie 4-speed were thrown in for good measure. And last but not least, the car's interior HAD to match his future wife's gorgeous blonde hair. Unfortunately, as we all know, nothing in this life is guaranteed and the bride to be found another man before the badass GS even rolled off the assembly line. The gentleman was crushed but decided to take the car anyway and ended up tucking it away in his father's basement for the better part of 38 years. When the gentleman's pre-ordered Buick arrived at Roanoke's Blue Ridge Motors, the dealer took a little Windex and plastered the car's original window sticker to the inside of its black decklid. That 45 year old window sticker, which has remained on the car's decklid ever since, breaks down as follows: BUICK GS400 2-DOOR SPORT COUPE: $3,019 STANDARD EQUIPMENT:Deluxe steering wheelCarpetingDual hornsFoam padded seat cushionsDual exhaustAsh tray lightGlove compartment lightWhite or red stripe wide oval tiresHeavy duty Energizer OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT:193: Vinyl Strato Bucket seats ($68.46)M20: Floor shifted 4-speed transmission ($184.31)J50: Power brakes ($41.60)U63: Sonomatic radio with manual antenna ($64.25)U80: Rear seat speaker ($16.64)G80: Positive traction differential ($42.13)G50: Trailer towing option ($3.69)A39: Custom front and rear seatbelts ($6.32)A01: Soft Ray tinted glass ($30.54)B93: Door guards ($4.74)W22: Electric clock and trunk light ($17.90)P05: Chrome plated wheels ($90.58)B85: Belt reveal moldings ($14.74) TOTAL OPTIONS: $585.90 TOTAL VEHICLE PRICE: $3,604.90 Few traditional Buick buyers would ever think of ordering their new luxury car in a sinister coat of GM's code A black. Fewer still would ever dream of accenting that wet looking pigment with a pair of bright red pin stripes. But that's exactly what the original owner of this GS did; and today, thanks to hardly ever seeing sun, rain or street time, the car's mirror-like finish is a largely flaw-free celebration of lacquer laden originality. That said, the body' glossy panels are not devoid of all character like so many fresh frame-off restorations. Rather, they carry just the right amount of wear under a soft shine that simply cannot be duplicated with today's perfected basecoat/clearcoat paint process. Under that vintage single-stage paint, all original OEM sheetmetal shows no signs of botched repairs, accident damage or cancerous rust. And overall, this Buick is as close to factory perfect as a five decades removed classic can get. For 1967 the GS graduated from an options package to a full model line that featured small aesthetic tweaks and a lot more attitude. The result was a substantial looking car which managed to feel more upscale than its GM stable mates while retaining the same broad shouldered, all-American attitude. At the front of this Buick's long body, a broad chrome bumper hangs clear, square marker lights below a deep-set grille which centers a concave divider between red GS ornamentation and four silver-trimmed T3 headlights. At the top of the body, a canted "BUICK" script fronts a sculpted hood which flows to factory glass that's capped by chrome drip rails, bordered by well-maintained stainless trim and cleared by satin finished wiper arms. At the sides of the body, ribbed rocker trim combines with fresh stainless wheel well trim to parallel factory ventiports, original "GS400" quarter emblems, traditional chrome door handles and Buick branded mirrors. And at the back of this Buick, a second chrome bumper centers like-new reverse lamps below a black "GS400" branded rear valence, a second canted "BUICK" script and stylish, stainless-trimmed tail lights. Of special interest are the factory installed rocker panel moldings. Talk to many casual Buick GS "experts" and they will tell you these were not available in 1967. This only means they haven't actually seen them before-but these are originals and the car was delivered with them new! Since GM's 'doctors and lawyers' division decided to get serious about their performance image, they also upped the ante in the engine compartment by equipping their newly christened GS with a first rendition of their now legendary big block V8. Hoist this car's glossy black hood and you'll find 400 cubic inches of untouched, original Buick muscle that produces 340 horsepower, spins stout 10.25 to 1 compression into 440 lb./ft. of torque, and wears a correct 1381624 casting number above a 1967-exclusive NR assembly stamp. At the top of that sinister red block, a familiar Rochester Quadrajet carburetor mixes air from Buick's trademark 'Star Wars' air cleaner with dino juice that's supplied by original stainless fuel lines. At the sides of that carburetor, original semi-wedge heads hang "400-4" branded valve covers over deep breathing cast iron exhaust manifolds. In front of those manifolds, a traditional points distributor shoots fire through authentic Packard TV R Suppression wires. And in front of that distributor, a gloss black radiator circulates coolant through pliable original hoses and authentic tower clamps. In addition to its killer powerplant, this GS maintains a correctly detailed engine bay that's complete with a '67 model washer tank, a Delco Energizer battery and an original brake booster which still wears a "UA" branded assembly tag. Aesthetically, the car's satin black fenders perfectly complement both its bright red engine block and factory-equipped hood insulation. And mechanically this awesome Buick is in outstanding original condition, performing just as well now as when it rolled out of Blue Ridge Motors' Roanoke showroom. At the bottom of this stunning survivor a clean undercarriage tells a long story of excellent maintenance and carefully chosen road time. Naturally the GS hotter engine needed a better drivetrain to effectively establish street credibility, so Buick complemented the car's styling tweaks with a few mechanical adjustments and a number of strengthened components. At the center of the floors a rugged, and original, M20 Muncie 4-speed transmission hangs a correct 3885010 casting number and a Muncie (P) assembled on June (H) 19th (19) 1967 (7) build stamp in front of an original Posi-traction Salisbury rear end that's complete with oversize axle shafts. At the ends of that drivetrain an original heavy duty suspension, which includes thicker sway bars, better shocks, stiffer springs and the aforementioned trailer towing upgrade, combines with Buick's familiar power assisted aluminum drums up front and power-assisted steel drums out back to provide quick stops and great handling. And at the corners of that chassis, power flows to the pavement through original 14 inch Buick Sport wheels which spin original F70-14 Goodyear Custom Wide Tread Polyglas redlines around clean red, white and blue center caps. Speaking of floors the car's straight and solid pans, which are bolted to Buick's heavy duty convertible frame, still hang 99% of their satin black paint over satin black suspension components that still retain much of their factory shine. Spent gases flow through original factory pipes that still employ assembly line correct, GM stamped mufflers. And, based on a quick visual inspection, all the car's hardware and bushings appear to be in good, road-ready condition. Climb inside this timeless Buick muscle car and you'll find a completely original GM code 193 interior that is both comfortable and appealing. As the story goes, this unique color combination came about because the owner of the car wanted vinyl that matched his beloved fianc's blonde hair. Fortunately, even though their love for one another waivered and faded, this GS' interior has remained youthful and true. Covered in original Madrid Grain surfaces (Buick speak for high quality vinyl), the car's firm front bucket and rear bench seats are comfortable, solid and provide spacious seating for at least five. At the center of the cockpit, an optional stainless trimmed consolette props a Buick factory tachometer and an original black shifter above like-new black carpet, heavy duty rubber floor mats and optional Fisher lap belts. Above that consolette, a warp-free dash hangs bright silver trim between original gauges, an original AM/FM radio and a dealer installed stainless tissue dispenser. At the sides of the seats, original yellow door panels feature bright "GS400" emblems, great looking trim, stain-free armrests and pit-free chrome handles. And at the top of the car, a tight black headliner looks as good as the day it left the assembly line. Connecting the driver to the road is a great looking original steering wheel which prominently displays a modernist design theme around a small red, white and blue Buick emblem. And behind the passengers, an optional rear speaker hangs over a super clean trunk that's equipped with original factory decals, an original spare tire and the car's original dealer-applied window sticker. It should come as no surprise that, when this epic tri-shield came out of hiding, it began racking up some serious accolades. Here's a comprehensive list of its recent awards and accomplishments:Featured in the 2010 edition of Hemmings calendarFeatured in the July 2008 edition of Hemmings Muscle MachinesConcours Gold winner at the 2008 Buick GS Nationals in Bowling Green, Kentucky1999 AACA National First Prize winner But wait, there's more. Like all of RK Motors Charlotte's investment grade muscle cars this clean GS comes with a stack of documentation that includes:The original window sticker outlined aboveThe car's original Protect-O-PlateThe car's original owner's manual and accessory paperworkRandom 1967 Buick marketing materialsAn original sticker and plaque from Blue Ridge MotorsDated inspection and accessory receipts that document the car's mileageA certified and framed letter from the car's original owner that reaffirms its survivor statusThe car's 1999 AACA National First Prize plaqueA copy of the Car's Hemmings Muscle Machines featureThe car's 2008 Buick GS Nationals Concours Gold plaqueA copy of the car's Hemmings calendar featureA detailed display board If you're a fan of 60s Detroit muscle that's as pure as the day it left the assembly line, it just doesn't get any better than this awesome black Buick! Pristine, 100% original classics are hard to find, and this investment grade GS is one of the rarest of the bunch. If you're in the market for a one-of-a-kind car that'll be a blast on the road and a hit at the show, your search is over! About this auction & rk motors charlotte Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close ... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, as this would be unfair to the other bidders, so please don't ask! Each and every one of these cars is listed on eBay, but only one sale, on average per month, actually occurs on eBay. If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)596-5211 or (781)773-4648. Donald's email address is: [email protected] For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. RK Motors takes pride in delivering road-ready cars to our customers. That's why every car we sell comes with the assurance of our Seal of Approval process - a comprehensive inspection performed by our sister company, the RKM Performance Center. From major visual defects to basic functionality issues, our Seal of Approval checklist covers the basics so you can feel confident about your purchase. For international buyers, note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans world-wide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. Gregory can be reached at: [email protected] A common question we receive is: "do you accept trades"? We do accept trades, but will only consider #1 or #2 condition vehicles. If you would like us to review a trade, please send recent, high resolution pictures of the entire car, including the underside. Also send a detailed description which includes all specifications, facts, figures, history and documentation present with the car. Lastly, give us a clear idea of what you are seeking in trade value. If you are a MyClassicGarage user, you can send us an Evaluation file for review. Our MCG virtual garage name is: RK Motors Charlotte. Email information and pictures on your trade directly to Donald Berard. Donald's email address is: [email protected] Our 60,000 sqf retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina . We usually have 200-250 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff, and, more importantly, see the Greatest Showroom on Earth! Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut and we do this because we love cars! In addition to our retail showroom in Charlotte, NC, the RKM Performance Center is located in a 40,000 sqf facility in Mooresville, NC, which is about 20 minutes north of Charlotte in the heart of NASCAR country. We perform complete restorations for classic car collectors worldwide. RKM restored cars have won numerous national awards. Check out our feedback from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past on our website. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and, our cars really do look better in person than in the pictures! Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269. For general information, call us at: (704)596-5211. RKM Performance Center Heated paint booth Sanding room Mixing room Sandblasting cabinet Interior shop Metal fabrication shop 10 two post lifts Alignment rack Tony Klein Consignment Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-596-5211 Fax: 704-596-5980 Mobile: 440-413-0849 [email protected] Gerry Notara Vice Presidentof Operations 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-235-2973 Fax: 704-596-5980 Mobile: 704-773-4658 [email protected] Donald Berard Sales Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-596-5211 Fax: 704-596-5980 Mobile: 781-773-4648 [email protected] Gregory Smith Transport Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-562-6226 Fax: 704-596-5980 Mobile: 704-562-6226 [email protected] 704.596.5211 [email protected] Showroom 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269

Buick : Skylark GS Stage 1 Frame Off Restored Numbers Matching GS455 Convertible Stage 1 455 V8 4 Speed

$199,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 54050

Posted Over 1 Month

[email protected] 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1970 Buick GS455 Stage 1 Frame Off Restored Numbers Matching GS455 Convertible Stage 1 455 V8 4 Speed Year: 1970 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Green Mileage: 54050 Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual Engine: 455 V8 Interior color: Black Vehicle Info SUMMARYRestoration completed in 2013 / Restoration conducted by Buick aficionado Joe CastriganoOriginal 455 cubic inch Stage 1 V8Original Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmissionCorrect Sherwood Green paint / Correct White topCorrect Black interiorSale includes Sloan Museum DocumentationCorrect power steering / Correct 4-wheel power drum brakesCorrect Rallye Ride Control Suspension / Correct Rallye wheelsCorrect 10-bolt rear axle1 of only 67 4-speed Stage 1 convertibles produced for the 1970 model year ----- Buick's mighty GS is one of Detroit's all-time automotive success stories. Spawned from one of General Motors' most conservative divisions, it built a fast reputation as one of the meanest and most revered offerings of the muscle car era. And when you take a close look at a gem like this Joe Castriganorestored convertible, you'll understand exactly why. 1 of only 67 Stage 1 4-speed drop-tops produced for the 1970 model year, it's an inherently scarce car. Naturally, it wraps a highly accurate restoration around a numbers-matching drivetrain. And, when you add in the fact that it's fully authenticated by official Sloan Museum Documentation, you get one incredible, investment grade classic that's almost guaranteed to appreciate. If you're looking for some old school muscle car attitude, but want something that's unique enough to make even the most jaded gearheads take notice, THIS is the car for you! BODYWORK/TRIM Born with classic good looks, this Buick's current condition comes courtesy of a complete, ground-up restoration that was conducted by well-known Buick aficionado Joe Castrigano. That professional reboot began with a complete strip of what was likely a very solid body. With its metal clean and fully prepped, the car's smooth fuselage was carefully sprayed in a correct layer of code 48 Sherwood Green 2-stage. And the result is one arrow-straight classic that displays a super-reflective finish, possesses very few imperfections and presents as a stunning muscle car that literally embodies the term 'crowd-gathering appeal'. By 1970, Buick had pretty much perfected its top dog performance offerings both mechanically and aesthetically. At the front of the car, a clean grille hangs a bold GS emblem between a broad bumper, chrome-trimmed headlights and clear parking lamps. Behind that grille, a scooped hood hides correctly recessed wipers at the base of factory-tint glass, polished stainless trim and correct White vinyl. At the sides of that hood, traditional door handles and tri-shield stamped mirrors perfectly complement tight wheel frames, red-trimmed rocker guards and fresh GS Stage 1 ornamentation. And at the back of the car, a second broad bumper centers a classy "BUICK" script between clear tail lamps, correct deck trim and a fourth "GS" emblem. ENGINE While the exterior of this slick A-Body does an excellent job of upholding GM Design's world-class visual aesthetics, the engine compartment is where purists REALLY start to take notice. And for good reason too, because the 455 cubic inch Stage 1 V8 that's bolted between the car's freshly detailed fenders is the kind of killer powerhouse that makes people either put up or shut up. Turn the key and a big Quadrajet carburetor mixes air from a black, dual-snorkel cleaner with fuel that's supplied by carefully bent stainless, and shoves it into a correct, cast iron intake. That intake feeds cast iron heads, which ride between a familiar points distributor and fresh Packard TV R Suppression cables. Spent gases are jetted through correct, cast iron manifolds, which ride under polished and decaled valve covers. And a correct, heavy-duty radiator utilizes pliable GM hoses and reproduction tower clamps to provide ample cooling. The bright red block looks fantastic, framed in Satin Black fenders and dressed in an array of correct marks and decals. Correct ancillary components, like an authentic Delco Moraine brake booster, a Saginaw steering box and a high quality Delco battery topper, prove that someone really sweated the details during this Buick's top-notch restoration. And naturally, the monster mill displays a correct 1231738 casting number behind a correct "SS" assembly stamp and matching partial VIN. DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION Under this Buick, it's just as the factory planned, except with much more precision and, subsequently, much more appeal. An original Muncie 4-speed hangs a matching partial VIN between a correct 3925661 casting number and 1970 (0) Muncie (P) M21 (B) assembled on November (S) 12th (12), 1969 build stamp. That stalwart gearbox jerks a correct 10-bolt axle, which is finished with mild, highway-friendly gears. Holding that killer drivetrain off the ground is a tagged Rallye Ride Control Suspension, which pairs factory power steering with better springs, better shocks, a thicker front sway bar, a standard rear sway bar and boxed rear control arms. During restoration, the car's massive, power-assisted drums were completely rebuilt to factory specifications. On the outside of those brakes, chrome Buick Rallyes twist G60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around red, white and blue center caps. The aforementioned manifolds dump spent gases in to aluminized pipes, which make excellent use of throaty turbo mufflers. The car's frame, free of any major damage, is painted black to match its solid, undercoated floors. And, in keeping with the 455 up top, much attention has been paid to making sure everything under this classic is clean and ready to roll! INTERIOR Pop the sculpted doors and you'll find a correct code 158 Black interior that's still restoration-fresh in virtually every way. Comfy bench seats complement stylish, "GS" branded door panels. In front of those thrones, a straight dash hangs upgraded telemetry above a retrofitted AM/FM radio. At the base of that dash, like-new carpet floats heavy duty, shield-branded floor mats at the sides of a familiar Hurst shifter. The driver stays connected to the road thanks to a correct Buick Rallye Wheel. And, behind the passengers, a black convertible cowl snaps tight over a restored trunk that's complete with a fresh mat, a correct jack, a full-size spare tire and a new decklid decal. HISTORICAL INFORMATION Since the sale of this awesome Buick includes Sloan Museum Documentation, there's really no question about the authenticity of its restoration. But, for good measure, here's a look at the car's specially coded VIN and cowl tag. VIN: 446670HXXXXXX4: Buick Motor Division46: GS45567: Convertible0: 1970 model yearH: Assembled in Flint, MichiganXXXXXX: Production Sequence Number COWL TAG:70: 1970 model year4: Buick Motor Division46: GS45567: ConvertibleFL1: Assembled in Flint, Michigan098636: Fisher Body sequence number158: Black interior48: Sherwood Green paintA: White convertible top11B: Assembled during the second week (B) of November (11), 1969 OUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATIONThe aforementioned Sloan Museum documents This mean green drop-top pretty much defines investment grade muscle. It's rare... It's documented... It's numbers-matching... And on top of all that, it carries a highly accurate restoration that was perfected by a man who's known for building award-winning Buicks. If you find yourself searching for some sort of meaning in today's crowded, clone-infested muscle car market, this top-notch GS Stage 1 is, as GM marketing put it, "something to believe in"! About This Auction Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, so please don't ask! If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)413-4665. Donald's email address is: [email protected] For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. About RK Motors Charlotte Hot Rod magazine named RK Motors Charlotte the #1 destination out of 57 possible places to visit across the United States. Destinations selected included car museums, driving schools, dragstrips, best drives and more. We are honored to have been the only classic car dealer selected. If you ever find yourself in Charlotte, NC give us a call. Our showroom is open by appointment only. Our 80,000 sq. ft. retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. We usually have over 300 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff. Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut- we do this because we love cars! Check out the feedback on our website from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and our cars even look better in person than in the pictures! We look forward to seeing you soon. Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. For sales and general information, call us at: (704)413-4665. Our Service Programs Under our innovative Seal of Approval Exit Service buying program, RK Motors Charlotte customers who pay full retail price for a vehicle, receive a comprehensive, multi-point vehicle Exit Service, carried out by our experienced ASE Certified Master Mechanics at the RKM Performance Center. Customers who purchase cars from RK Motors for less than full retail price, or customers who purchase a car and are trading in a vehicle, will receive our Basic Safety Check, performed by our certified and experienced ASE mechanics, prior to delivery of their car. Learn more about the key attributes of Our Service Programs. If you have any questions regarding our service programs, please contact a member of our sales team at (704)413-4665. For international buyers, please note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans worldwide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. He can be reached at: [email protected] About the RK Motors Performance Center Regardless if your vehicle is going through our Seal of Approval Exit Service, Basic Safety Check, routine maintenance or a full custom built to your exact specifications, the RKM Performance Center has the knowledge, experience and resources to fulfill your automotive needs. In the world of electronic fuel injection and computer diagnostics, even late model dealerships look a little uncomfortable working on pre-OBD1 cars. There are many independent mechanics and shops that may be able to help, but putting your prized classic in the hands of a stranger is a leap of faith at best. This is exactly why we created the RKM Performance Center. Being proud members of SEMA, ARMO, HRIA and the North Carolina Motorsports Association, the RKM Performance Center is a nationally recognized shop; best known for high level OEM restorations and custom builds. Comprised of ASE certified mechanics, including several Master Technicians, you can feel confident that your car is in capable hands. As fellow enthusiasts, they are passionate about cars and will treat yours with the respect it deserves. Tony Klein Consignment Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Gerry Notara Vice Presidentof Operations 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Donald Berard Sales Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Gregory Smith Transport Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Showroom 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 704.413.4665 [email protected]

Buick : Skylark GS455 Documented Numbers-Matching GS455 Convertible 455/360 HP V8 TH400 3 Speed A/C

$79,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 23637

Posted Over 1 Month

[email protected] 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1970 Buick GS455 Documented Numbers-Matching GS455 Convertible 455/360 HP V8 TH400 3 Speed A/C Year: 1970 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Green Mileage: 23637 Transmission type: 3 Speed Automatic Engine: 455 V8 Interior color: White Vehicle Info SUMMARY5-year restoration completed in 2014Original 455 cubic inch Buick V8Original GM Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed automatic transmissionCorrect Seamist Green paint / Correct White topCorrect Ivory interior / Factory air conditioningSales includes an original Protect-O-Plate and a copy of the car's factory warranty transferSale includes vehicle registrations that span from 1973 to 2005Chrome Magnum 500 wheelsFactory power steering / Factory 4-wheel power drum brakes10-bolt rear axle / 3.08 gears When most customers begin their search for an old school muscle car to drive and enjoy, they usually have three basic criteria. First and foremost, they want something that's super cool. Secondly, they want something that's reliable. And last but not least, they want something that doesn't require a second job to finance. Fortunately, the gearheads at RK Motors Charlotte pride themselves on specializing in first-rate classics of all kinds. And they always have cars, like this awesome 1970 Buick GS455, that are a perfect fit for anyone. Sporting an original 455, an original Turbo-Hydramatic 400 and fantastic white on green aesthetics, this sublime drop-top is certainly some of the coolest metal to ever roll out of Detroit. Thanks to a high quality restoration, the car can be driven and enjoyed for years without worry. And as a fully documented, numbers-matching classic that's priced at only $80K, it's a solid deal on some impressive muscle! BODYWORK/TRIM Decked in retro Seamist Green single-stage, this awesome Buick rolled off GM's Fremont, California assembly line during the first week of March, 1969 and headed straight for Hawaii. After 37 years serving just two owners, the car was shipped back to the mainland in need of minor repair. And, when it fell into the hands of a third owner, it became the focal point of a detailed, 5-year restoration that wrapped in the summer of 2014. During that thorough reboot, straight and solid sheetmetal was worked to better-than-new condition. Fresh Seamist Green 2-stage was topped with correct White vinyl. And presently, this GS rolls as a rare and unique classic that's exactly the kind of all-business, no-nonsense muscle car Buick always intended it to be. By 1970, Buick had pretty much perfected its top dog performance offerings both mechanically and aesthetically. At the front of the car, a clean, silver grille hangs a bold GS emblem between a re-chromed bumper, chrome-trimmed headlights and clear parking lamps. Behind that grille, a scooped hood hides correctly recessed wipers at the base of factory tint glass and original stainless trim. At the sides of that hood, traditional door handles and color-keyed sport mirrors perfectly complement fresh wheel frames, red-trimmed rocker guards and fresh GS ornamentation. And at the back of the car, a second re-chromed bumper centers a classy "BUICK" script between clear tail lamps, correct deck trim and a fourth "GS" emblem. ENGINE While the exterior of this slick A-Body does an excellent job of upholding GM Design's world-class visual aesthetics, the engine compartment is where purists REALLY start to take notice. And for good reason too, because the burly, 455 cubic inch V8 that's bolted between the car's freshly detailed fenders is the kind of killer powerhouse that makes people either put up or shut up. Turn the key and a big Quadrajet carburetor mixes air from a black, dual-snorkel cleaner with fuel that's supplied by carefully bent stainless, and shoves it into a correct, cast iron intake. That intake feeds cast iron heads, which ride between a familiar points distributor and high quality Super Max plug wires. Spent gases are jetted through correct, cast iron manifolds, which ride under traditional, stamped steel valve covers. And a large radiator, which circulates water around an old school Frigidaire AC compressor via pliable hoses and reproduction tower clamps, provides cooling. The bright red block looks fantastic, framed in Satin Black fenders and dressed in an array of correct decals. Well-planned details, like an authentic Delco Moraine brake booster, a Saginaw steering box and a high quality Delco battery topper, prove someone spent a lot of time executing this Buick's top-notch restoration. And naturally, the monster mill displays a correct 1231738 casting number and matching partial VIN. DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION Under this Buick, it's just as the factory planned, except with much more precision and, subsequently, much more appeal. An original, "BA" branded Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed sends power to a familiar 10-bolt that's equipped with mild, 3.08 gears. Holding that killer drivetrain off the ground is a familiar double A-arm front and 4-link rear suspension that's equipped with factory power steering. During restoration, power-assisted drums were completely rebuilt to factory specifications. On the outside of those brakes, chrome Magnum 500s twist 245/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As in front of 255/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As. The aforementioned manifolds dump spent gases in to aluminized pipes, which follow an X-shaped crossover with throaty Pypes Street Pro mufflers. The car's frame, free of any major damage, is painted black to match its solid, undercoated floors. And, in keeping with the 455 up top, much attention has been paid to making sure everything under this classic is clean, mean and ready to go! INTERIOR Pop the sculpted doors and you'll find a correct code 175 Ivory interior that's still restoration-fresh in virtually every way. Comfy seats and fade-free door panels continue the placid feeling of the soothing Seamist Green exterior. In front of the car's rare, power-adjustable front bench, an original dash frames a vintage Sonomatic radio, controls for Harrison air conditioning and crystal clear telemetry. At the base of that dash, heavy duty, shield-branded floor mats protect like-new carpet. In front of the driver, a cool Buick steering wheel laps a tilting column that's fitted with a simple shifter. Behind the passengers, a bright convertible cowl snaps tight over a lighted trunk that's complete with a fresh mat, a correct jack, a full-size spare tire and a new decklid decal. And factory power windows join a power-operated roof in welcoming cool spring mornings and crisp fall evenings. HISTORICAL INFORMATION With this unique GS, authenticity is inborn. Here's a breakdown of the car's specially coded VIN and original cowl tag. VIN: 446670ZXXXXXX4: Buick Motor Division46: GS45567: Convertible0: 1970 model yearZ: Assembled in Fremont, CaliforniaXXXXXX: Production sequence number COWL TAG:70: 1970 model year4: Buick Motor Division46: GS45567: ConvertibleBF: Assembled in Fremont, California00057: Fisher Body sequence number175: Ivory interior45: Seamist Green paintA: White convertible top03A: Assembled during the first week (A) of March (03), 1969 OUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION AND ACCESSORIESAn original Owner's ManualA correct Warranty BookletA vintage Service GuideAn original Protect-O-PlateA copy of the car's factory warranty transferA stack of registration certificates that span from 1973 to 2005A reproduction window stickerA large showboardA small jar of paint In summary, this clean, numbers-matching GS is a phenomenal car that, from the ground up, likely couldn't be duplicated for anywhere near our asking price. Its killer V8 will cruise effortlessly at will, and its slick body, classy interior and tough transmission are desirable attributes that set it apart from run-of-the-mill A-Bodies. As a rule, well-done Buick muscle cars usually don't inhabit our showroom for very long. And when they're built and priced like this, it's easy to see why! About This Auction Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, so please don't ask! If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)413-4665. Donald's email address is: [email protected] For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. About RK Motors Charlotte Hot Rod magazine named RK Motors Charlotte the #1 destination out of 57 possible places to visit across the United States. Destinations selected included car museums, driving schools, dragstrips, best drives and more. We are honored to have been the only classic car dealer selected. If you ever find yourself in Charlotte, NC give us a call. Our showroom is open by appointment only. Our 80,000 sq. ft. retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. We usually have over 300 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff. Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut- we do this because we love cars! Check out the feedback on our website from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and our cars even look better in person than in the pictures! We look forward to seeing you soon. Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. For sales and general information, call us at: (704)413-4665. Our Service Programs Under our innovative Seal of Approval Exit Service buying program, RK Motors Charlotte customers who pay full retail price for a vehicle, receive a comprehensive, multi-point vehicle Exit Service, carried out by our experienced ASE Certified Master Mechanics at the RKM Performance Center. Customers who purchase cars from RK Motors for less than full retail price, or customers who purchase a car and are trading in a vehicle, will receive our Basic Safety Check, performed by our certified and experienced ASE mechanics, prior to delivery of their car. Learn more about the key attributes of Our Service Programs. If you have any questions regarding our service programs, please contact a member of our sales team at (704)413-4665. For international buyers, please note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans worldwide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. He can be reached at: [email protected] About the RK Motors Performance Center Regardless if your vehicle is going through our Seal of Approval Exit Service, Basic Safety Check, routine maintenance or a full custom built to your exact specifications, the RKM Performance Center has the knowledge, experience and resources to fulfill your automotive needs. In the world of electronic fuel injection and computer diagnostics, even late model dealerships look a little uncomfortable working on pre-OBD1 cars. There are many independent mechanics and shops that may be able to help, but putting your prized classic in the hands of a stranger is a leap of faith at best. This is exactly why we created the RKM Performance Center. Being proud members of SEMA, ARMO, HRIA and the North Carolina Motorsports Association, the RKM Performance Center is a nationally recognized shop; best known for high level OEM restorations and custom builds. Comprised of ASE certified mechanics, including several Master Technicians, you can feel confident that your car is in capable hands. As fellow enthusiasts, they are passionate about cars and will treat yours with the respect it deserves. Tony Klein Consignment Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Gerry Notara Vice Presidentof Operations 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Donald Berard Sales Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Gregory Smith Transport Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Showroom 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 704.413.4665 [email protected]

Buick : Skylark Stage 1 Numbers Matching 34,822 Actual Mile GS455 Stage 1 455 V8 4 Speed Survivor

$109,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 34822

Posted Over 1 Month

[email protected] 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1970 Buick GS455 Stage 1 Numbers Matching 34,822 Actual Mile GS455 Stage 1 455 V8 4 Speed Survivor Year: 1970 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Blue Mileage: 34822 Transmission type: 4 Speed Manual Engine: 455 Stage 1 V8 Interior color: Black Vehicle Info SUMMARYHighly original survivor that's logged only 34,822 milesScored 389 out of 400 points to be awarded Buick Club of America Gold honorsOriginal 455 cubic inch Stage 1 V8Original Muncie M21 4-speed manual transmissionCorrect Diplomat Blue paint / Correct Black topCorrect Black interiorCorrect 10-bolt rear axle / Correct posi-traction differential / Correct 3.42 gearsSale includes: Partial owner history / Sloan Museum Documentation / GSCA judging sheetsCorrect power steering / Correct power front disc and rear drum brakesCorrect Rallye Ride Control Suspension / Chrome Rallye wheels Like the Wildcat that came before it, Buick's GS was meant to take public perception of the tri-shield brand and turn it on its head. The idea was as simple then as it is today: appeal to a younger clientele to ensure the continued survival of the company. Well, whoever checked the options sheet for this awesome 1970 survivor certainly wasn't typical 'doctor's car' clientele. Its original, 455 cubic inch Stage 1 V8 was a go-to heavyweight for both stoplight brawlers and drag strip warriors. Its original Muncie 4-speed is as spirited as it is reliable. And its rare H1 trailer towing option means that someone was certainly thinking outside the box. Maybe that sort of enthusiasm is also why the car has been immaculately maintained for 45 years and, subsequently, was certified Gold by the Buick GS Club of America. If you're in the market for a top-notch example of one of the coolest Buicks ever produced, this national award winner is just the car you've been looking for! BODYWORK/TRIM Known throughout the Buick world as the 'trailer hitch GS455', this super clean Stage 1 features a solid body that conveys a sense of integrity perfectly befitting its parent division. Consistently providing its various owners with a great combination of rock-solid reliability and full-throttle comfort, that body has never been separated from its chassis. Fittingly, a smooth coat of original Diplomat Blue paint reflects an original vinyl roof. And presently, this Buick's desirability as something that's as rare as it is unique is both genuine and fitting. By 1970, Buick had pretty much perfected its top dog performance offerings both mechanically and aesthetically. At the front of the car, a clean, silver-trimmed grille hangs a bold GS emblem between a broad bumper, chrome-trimmed headlights and clear parking lamps. At the top of that grille, a scooped hood leads the eye to factory-tint glass, which is sealed behind tri-shield mirrors, traditional door handles and polished stainless trim. At the base of that glass, correct door guards and correct door edging perfectly complement straight wheel frames, red-trimmed rocker plates and classy GS Stage 1 ornamentation. And at the back of the car, a second broad bumper centers a classy "BUICK" script between clear tail lamps, correct deck trim and a fourth "GS" emblem. ENGINE While the exterior of this slick A-Body does an excellent job of upholding GM Design's world-class visual aesthetics, the engine compartment is where purists REALLY start to take notice. And for good reason too, because the 455 cubic inch Stage 1 V8 that's bolted between the car's rust-free fenders is the kind of killer powerhouse that makes people either put up or shut up. Turn the key and a big Quadrajet carburetor mixes air from a black, dual-snorkel cleaner with fuel that's supplied by carefully bent stainless, and shoves it into a correct, cast iron intake. That intake feeds cast iron heads, which ride between a familiar points distributor and high quality Taylor plug wires. Spent gases are jetted through correct, cast iron manifolds, which ride under traditional chrome valve covers. And a correct, heavy-duty radiator, which circulates water around an old school Frigidaire AC compressor via pliable GM hoses and reproduction tower clamps, provides ample cooling. The red-dipped block looks surprisingly clean, dressed in an array of vintage decals and framed in requisite GM Satin Black. Correct ancillaries, like a rebuilt Delco Moraine brake booster, a Saginaw steering box and a reproduction Delco battery, prove someone has put a lot of thought into keeping this all-GM Buick all GM. And naturally, the monster mill centers a correct 1231738 casting number behind a correct "SS" assembly stamp and matching partial VIN. DRIVETRAIN/SUSPENSION Under this Buick, it's just as the factory planned, with solid, undercoated floors living a functional, unglamorous existence. An original Muncie 4-speed hangs a matching partial VIN between a correct 3925661 casting number and Muncie (P) M21 (B) assembled on March 18th (18), 1970 (0) build stamp. That stalwart gearbox jerks a correct 10-bolt axle, which is finished with a correct posi-traction differential and correct, 3.42 gears. Holding that killer drivetrain off the ground is a familiar Rallye Ride Control Suspension, which pairs factory power steering with better springs, better shocks, a thicker front sway bar, a standard rear sway bar and boxed rear control arms. The car's optional power front disc and rear drum brakes are present and accounted for. On the outside of those brakes, chrome Buick Rallyes twist G60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around red, white and blue center caps. And the aforementioned manifolds dump spent gases in to aluminized pipes, which make excellent use of throaty turbo mufflers. INTERIOR Pop the sculpted doors and you'll find a correct code 188 Black interior that's still factory-fresh in virtually every way. Comfy seats and fade-free door panels continue the rich feeling of the car's royal Diplomat Blue exterior. In front of those seats, an original dash frames a correct AM/FM radio, controls for the aforementioned air conditioning and clear telemetry that includes a correct tachometer. At the base of that dash, correct consolettes highlight classy Buick ornamentation and a familiar Hurst shifter. At the base of that console, heavy duty, shield-branded floor mats protect color-keyed carpet. Opposite that carpet, a tight headliner frames a correctly lit mirror. The driver keeps tabs on the road through a retro Buick steering wheel. And the passengers stash their luggage beside a full-size spare tire in the car's clean trunk. HISTORICAL INFORMATION Since the sale of this awesome survivor includes Sloan Museum Documentation, there's really no question about the authenticity of its appearance. But, for good measure, here's a look at the car's specially coded VIN and cowl tag. VIN: 446370HXXXXXX4: Buick Motor Division46: GS45537: 2-door hardtop coupe0: 1970 model yearH: Assembled in Flint, MichiganXXXXXX: Production Sequence Number COWL TAG:70: 1970 model year4: Buick Motor Division46: GS45537: 2-door hardtop coupeFL1: Assembled in Flint, Michigan206193: Fisher Body sequence number188: Black interior28: Diplomat Blue paintB: Black vinyl top03C: Assembled during the third week of March (03), 1970 OUR SALE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION AND ACCESSORIESOriginal marketing brochuresAn original Owner's ManualA partial owner historyPhotos of the car's pertinent numbers and broadcast sheetService receiptsA vintage appraisalHistorical production reference materialsA vintage Road Test articleThe aforementioned Sloan Museum documentsA reproduction window stickerA large showboardDocumentation from the car's participation in the 2009 New England Concours D'EleganceThe car's Grand Sport Club of America judging sheetsA polished hitch Over the past year, we've seen some excellent Buicks roll through our RK Motors Charlotte showroom. And while they're all good investments, nothing beats the experience of owning a well-kept survivor! This national award-winning GS is an iconic classic that wraps one of the hottest powertrains ever produced in rare options and a great color combination. If you're ready to enjoy the high point of the muscle car era in something that's both authentic and unique, don't miss the opportunity to own this awesome Stage 1 hardtop! About This Auction Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, so please don't ask! If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)413-4665. Donald's email address is: [email protected] For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. About RK Motors Charlotte Hot Rod magazine named RK Motors Charlotte the #1 destination out of 57 possible places to visit across the United States. Destinations selected included car museums, driving schools, dragstrips, best drives and more. We are honored to have been the only classic car dealer selected. If you ever find yourself in Charlotte, NC give us a call. Our showroom is open by appointment only. Our 80,000 sq. ft. retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina. We usually have over 300 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff. Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut- we do this because we love cars! Check out the feedback on our website from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and our cars even look better in person than in the pictures! We look forward to seeing you soon. Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC 28269. For sales and general information, call us at: (704)413-4665. Our Service Programs Under our innovative Seal of Approval Exit Service buying program, RK Motors Charlotte customers who pay full retail price for a vehicle, receive a comprehensive, multi-point vehicle Exit Service, carried out by our experienced ASE Certified Master Mechanics at the RKM Performance Center. Customers who purchase cars from RK Motors for less than full retail price, or customers who purchase a car and are trading in a vehicle, will receive our Basic Safety Check, performed by our certified and experienced ASE mechanics, prior to delivery of their car. Learn more about the key attributes of Our Service Programs. If you have any questions regarding our service programs, please contact a member of our sales team at (704)413-4665. For international buyers, please note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans worldwide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. He can be reached at: [email protected] About the RK Motors Performance Center Regardless if your vehicle is going through our Seal of Approval Exit Service, Basic Safety Check, routine maintenance or a full custom built to your exact specifications, the RKM Performance Center has the knowledge, experience and resources to fulfill your automotive needs. In the world of electronic fuel injection and computer diagnostics, even late model dealerships look a little uncomfortable working on pre-OBD1 cars. There are many independent mechanics and shops that may be able to help, but putting your prized classic in the hands of a stranger is a leap of faith at best. This is exactly why we created the RKM Performance Center. Being proud members of SEMA, ARMO, HRIA and the North Carolina Motorsports Association, the RKM Performance Center is a nationally recognized shop; best known for high level OEM restorations and custom builds. Comprised of ASE certified mechanics, including several Master Technicians, you can feel confident that your car is in capable hands. As fellow enthusiasts, they are passionate about cars and will treat yours with the respect it deserves. Tony Klein Consignment Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Gerry Notara Vice Presidentof Operations 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Donald Berard Sales Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC, 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Gregory Smith Transport Manager 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 Phone: 704-413-4665 Fax: 704-596-5980 [email protected] Showroom 5527 Lakeview RoadCharlotte, NC 28269 704.413.4665 [email protected]

Buick : Skylark GS 350 MATCHING #'S 350 V8, BORED .30 OVER, CAMMED, AUTO, FACTORY A/C, SLICK PAINT

$29,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 12858

Posted Over 1 Month

Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1970 Buick Skylark Stock #2791-CHA 1970 Buick Skylark for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 350 V8 (Motor bored .030 over. partial VIN is on Driverside of engine under head, on the front of the engine) BODY STYLE : Coupe TRANSMISSION: Automatic (believed to be original) EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 12858 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Air Conditioning, AM Radio, Defrost, Front Disc Brakes, Heat, Numbers Matching, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts, Sloan Documentation, Vinyl Interior, Owner's Manual, Restoration Photos, Restoration Receipts SELLER REMARKS This gorgeous 1970 Buick Skylark GS350 is available for a fraction of the cost of its Pontiac and Chevrolet siblings. The restoration is fresh, it's got the right options and hardware, and you can't argue with the stunning good looks. That luscious red paint is called Firepepper Red Pearl, and rendered in two-stage DuPont urethane, it has a look you almost want to touch to see if it's still wet. This Buick's familiar A-body look didn't come easy, though, because there was a lot of effort invested in getting the sheetmetal right before the paint went on, including fresh quarters to make someone else's work near perfect. The result it a super straight Buick that fits together right and looks like it should cost thousands more than it does. A GS hood with twin nostrils gives it an aggressive look, but the Buick is always dignified, so it does without spoilers and stripes. It does, however, offer a lot of shiny chrome that's in excellent condition, including both bumpers and the stainless trim around the windows. This is a really sharp car! The black bucket seat interior was added to help complete the GS look and was all new at the time of restoration in 2012 and still looks fantastic today. Reproduction seat covers, new foam and springs, and fresh carpets provide a factory-correct look and settling in behind the wheel is easy. But to give you a better idea of how nice this car is, those are the original door panels, and the line between new and old is very blurry indeed. Nice! Options include a center console, factory A/C with R134a refrigerant, and a speed minder that's kind of a cool period piece. The gauges are clear and show well, while a set of aftermarket gauges hangs under the dash. And instead of going crazy with the upgrades, this car retained its stock AM radio rather than stuffing some modern piece in there, and the dash looks all the better for it. Horseshoe shifters always look great and in the Buick, the woodgrained handle lends it a more upscale look than in some of its lower-priced cousins. The trunk is also correctly restored, offering a reproduction mat, spare tire with cover, and fresh spatter finish paint on the original sheetmetal floor. The car's original, numbers-matching 350 cubic inch V8 was rebuilt to largely stock specs, although there was an .030 overbore and a lot of new parts inside. A Comp Cams camshaft was added to give it a bit of a cackle and a T/A Performance intake manifold was installed under the original Rochester Quadra-Jet carburetor. Up top, there's the distinctive Ram Air air cleaner and a custom dual exhaust system was fabricated to give it the right sound. It has been comprehensively detailed and looks as good underneath as it does up top, an endeavor that is neither cheap nor easy. There's a new radiator, a new drive shaft, a rebuilt A/C system, and a sturdy TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. The entire suspension was rebuilt with quality MOOG components and boxed control arms out back and with 2.73 gears in the 10-bolt rear end, it's a very comfortable highway cruiser. Classic Buick Road wheels are among the best-looking rims of the period and carry 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. Look at the quality on this car, then look again at the price. If this was a Chevelle or GTO, it would cost 25% more, but as a Buick you get just as much performance with a little bit of luxury to match. Call today! 1970 Buick Skylark for Sale 1970 Buick Skylark for Sale Stock # 2791-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis. 6. Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. 7. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. 8. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. 9. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email [email protected] Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email [email protected] Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.

Buick : Skylark 350 Sedan 1972 buick skylark sedan all original un restored survivor 350 4 bbl

$5,975

Huntersville, North Carolina

Year 1972

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 46000

Posted Over 1 Month

I am selling an all original 1972 Buick Skylark sedan which I have had in my classic car collection. It has only been owned by one other family and is a garage kept, rust-free North Carolina car! Everything is original: Paint, chrome, interior, engine compartment, and trunk. Never wrecked or rusted. All original body panels. Underneath is also nice and clean, not scaly or rusted out. Nice clean low mileage un-restored "Survivor" car! Paint holds a great shine, and is still 90% original. Vinyl top, chrome, and trim are all nice and bright. Original interior is immaculate and complete, right down to original Buick floor mats! Also all original under hood and in trunk. All stock, not modified. Please call 704-661-1326 with any questions. Car has the following equipment: 1. 350/4bbl higher output Buick V8 (most Skylarks had 350/2bb1, this optional engine is more like engine in GS 350) 2. Turbo 350 automatic transmission 3. Power steering and brakes 4. Cruise control (still works) 5. AM radio (needs new speaker) 6. Air Conditioning (rebuilt with new compressor, valves, seals, and R-134A Freon) 7. Vinyl top 8. Exterior appearance group This Skylark runs and drives great! Has been kept up with mechanically very well. Tires, belts, hoses, shocks, brakes, water pump, radiator, and other mechanical items have all been replaced. Car has been tuned up and carburetor rebuilt. I recently took it on a 400 mile trip with no problems or issues! Here is a great, inexpensive turn-key way to enter the classic car hobby. Buicks from this era were known to be extremely reliable and well built. These older cars are much easier to work on than today's cars and they don't have to pass an expensive emissions inspection. Great car for cruise-ins, tours, or even as good reliable transportation. Priced at $5975. Please no "bottom feeders" with low-ball offers. I don't have to sell the car. Buyers only; I DON'T NEED HELP SELLING IT from marketing people. I am located about 30 minutes from Charlotte, North Carolina. I have collected, traded and fooled with antique cars for over 40 years. I like original, stock "Survivor" cars. This is one out of my collection. Remember, they are only original once! IMPORANT: PHONE CALLS ONLY! NO TEXTS! My phone will NOT accept texts. Call 704-661-1326 NOW FOR THE RULES: IMPORTANT: Please read and understand these rules BEFORE bidding. They are part of the listing terms and contract you are agreeing to when you bid. Please DO NOT bid, then try to change them later. That's not how it works. If you have questions, please ask and get answers BEFORE you bid. If you don't intend to abide by the rules, please look elsewhere. 1. Your bid is a contract! If you are the successful bidder, you are expected to pay! Please have all contingencies handled and your money in place BEFORE you bid! No retractions will be allowed, so be sure BEFORE you bid! 2. A NON-REFUNDABLE $500 deposit is due immediately on the BUY IT NOW feature through Pay Pal. Also, I will NOT accept a BEST OFFER without a similar deposit. I need to know you are serious and will actually follow through on your commitments. 3. Balance is due within 7 days of auction's close. This can be by bank wire transfer, cashiers check or cash in person. If you are paying balance upon pickup of car, it must be cash in person. 4. Car and ownership papers will not leave here until paid in full with cleared funds. If you are paying with ANY kind of check, it must clear MY bank before car or title will be released. No exceptions! 5. Car is sold strictly as-is at my premises with no guarantee or warranty of any kind. 6. Transportation is the buyer's responsibility. I will try to reasonably help and accommodate you any way I can, but it is still YOUR responsibility. Car can remain here for a reasonable period of time at no charge, but must be paid for within the 7 days of auction's close. You should secure insurance as I cannot be responsible for acts of God or things beyond my control once car is sold.7. If you are an overseas buyer, you must pay by international bank wire transfer in US funds only! Car will not be released until funds are totally cleared in my bank account. You can NOT pay with Pay Pal.8. I have clear title, transfer, and bill of sale. Paperwork will be executed and delivered once vehicle is paid for with cleared funds.9. IMPORTANT: If you have been an Ebay user for less than a year and/or have less than 20 feedbacks you need to call me at 704-661-1326 (NO text capability) BEFORE bidding. I understand that new Ebay membrs can be good customers, but due to high incidence of non-paying bidders, I need to talk to you first to know you are serious. 10. Car is advertised locally for sale. If I find a buyer through that venue, I reserve the right to end auction early. Please call me with any further questions about this. Leave message if not in. IMPORTANT: PHONE CALLS ONLY. This line will not receive text messages. Questions???? Call me at 704-661-1326

Trim 350 Sedan

Buick : Skylark MATCHING #'S WILDCAT 445 V8 401 NAILHEAD, PWR STEER/BRAKES, SOLID ORIGINAL CAR!

$19,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1965

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 30740

Posted Over 1 Month

Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1965 Buick Skylark GS Stock #3091-CHA 1965 Buick Skylark GS for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 401 V8 BODY STYLE : Hardtop TRANSMISSION: 2 Speed Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 30740 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Defrost, Numbers Matching, AM Radio, Heat, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts SELLER REMARKS In the 1960s you bought a Buick because you wanted style to go with your power. Today that spirit has made them a true unique cruiser, and in the case of this 1965 Buick Skylark Gran Sport with its 401 numbers-matching V8, there might be no more affordable way to get a classy classic with this much power. The body is a little more curvaceous than your garden-variety Chevelle, and the factory-correct white paint goes perfect with Buick's premium image. As you look over this coupe, there's plenty of evidence that this has led a cared for life with correct maintenance and upkeep, but not so much that it ruined this car's original attitude. The real attention is in the details, such as how nicely the big hood and deck lid fit. Buick's designs were coming into the modern era during this time and had done away with gratuitous chrome on their cars. This makes the big bumpers, grille, and iconic portholes impressive standout styling elements. But what really sets this car apart are the '60s sporting touches, such as the wire wheels, black vinyl roof, and the original Gran Sport badging. Nothing feels as '60s cool as the moment you sit down in the red vinyl bucket seats, grab the gearshift, and rest your arm on the center console. Every piece of original trim is still in place, from the chrome on the door panels, to the Buick crest sitting below the dash. The interior has pristine seating for five, but the driver gets all the real treats. The stylish red Buick steering wheel sits in front of the big original gauges. You'll love all of the accessories that still look fresh from the factory, including the heater/defrost controls and the AM radio, that still spells out B-U-I-C-K in the preset buttons. Under the hood you'll find a numbers-matching Wildcat 445 V8 named after its torque rating. An interesting marketing approach, these engines actually displace 401 cubic inches and were topped by a freshly built carter four-barrel carburetor that provides reliable startups. Regardless of the name, this powerplant advertised an impressive 325 horsepower. The Wildcat is hooked up to a dual exhaust system, but unlike the brutish muscle cars, this is a sophisticated animal. So the low-end rumble will provide you personal pride without setting off neighborhood car alarms. If you really want to get attention with this monster motor, then just pop the hood and everyone at the car shows will flock to your exceptionally original engine bay. This Buick is truly set up for cruising with power steering, power brakes, and a two-speed automatic that was much smoother than Chevy's. This Buick is powerful, elegant, and highly original former AACA multiple award winner. Where else are you going to find this much vintage American appeal for under $20K? Call now!! 1965 Buick Skylark GS for Sale 1965 Buick Skylark GS for Sale Stock # 3091-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis. 6. Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. 7. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. 8. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. 9. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. DISCLAIMER This site and all advertising information may be updated without notice whenever new information is obtained and may contain mistakes and inaccuracies. Information is provided to the best of our knowledge and that of the owners of the vehicles, and we make no warranty or representation regarding the accuracy, truth, or reliability of such information. We cannot be responsible for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies contained in information provided by third parties. Streetside Classics is not an expert in the construction, engineering, finishes, materials, and componentry of every single vehicle we sell. It is the responsibility of the buyer to either inspect the vehicle personally or via a 3rd party, to ensure satisfaction to the condition and value, prior to purchase. Streetside Classics strives to perform extensive visual inspections on all vehicles we represent but we do not disassemble vehicles or components for inspection purposes and therefore it is always possible that there is hidden damage that is not readily apparent. All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties expressed or implied. WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email [email protected] Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email [email protected] Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.

Buick : Skylark Custom ORIGINAL, MATCHING #'S 350 V8, AUTO, PWR WINDOWS, FACTORY A/C, SOLID N CLEAN!

$14,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 60741

Posted Over 1 Month

Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1970 Buick Skylark Custom Stock #2793-CHA 1970 Buick Skylark Custom for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 350 V8 BODY STYLE : Hardtop TRANSMISSION: 3 Speed Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 60741 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Air Conditioning, AM Radio, Defrost, Front Disc Brakes, Heat, Numbers Matching, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Windows, Seatbelts, Vinyl Interior SELLER REMARKS We all knew someone in our neighborhood with a car like this 1970 Buick Skylark. It was stashed away in the garage, peeking out as if to taunt us with its low mileage and clean living, and only came out on Sundays when the weather was nice. Today, it's an awesome survivor with just 60,740 original miles and just one owner, exactly like the one you always dreamed of. In 1970, the Skylark was a lot of things to a lot of people, ranging from affordable commuter to fire-breathing muscle car. This handsome hardtop fits in the middle, with V8 muscle wrapped in luxurious trim and classic A-body good looks. The code 68 Burnished Saddle paint was refreshed not too long ago and looks fantastic today, just about right for the period with a great shine. As a low-mileage car that spent its life in a garage, it hasn't been patched together from a rusty hulk and the way the doors open and close remind us why survivors are so special. Gaps are good, detailing is crisp, and all the factory emblems and trim pieces remain in place, so it has an authentic look. Big chrome bumpers are undoubtedly original and speak to how nicely maintained this car really is, and the tan vinyl top fits well, doesn't have any major popped seams or discoloration, and there are no signs of big problems underneath. And I bet you never noticed the ridge around the grille up front, which was 1970-only and typically seen only standard Skylarks. The tan cloth and vinyl interior is also all original and in very good condition overall. There's some light fading and discoloration on the tops of the seats where the sun has been hitting them for the past four and a half decades, but the seat cushions and covers are intact and still quite attractive. Factory carpets are protected by floor mats that are also quite likely original, and the unique steering wheel is unusual only because we're so used to the sporty GS models. Basic instruments cover speed and fuel level, which is really all you need to know on a car like this, and it's fitted with desirable features like power windows and factory A/C, all of which are operating correctly. The factory AM radio works too! This particular Skylark also features a very tidy original trunk with spatter finish paint, a correct mat, and what may very well be the original spare tire with a matching cover. Buick's 350 cubic inch V8 is quietly competent, with good torque and remains silky smooth in the Custom models. This is unquestionably the original, numbers-matching engine, and it is the upgraded 4-barrel version that was a bit more powerful than the base 2-barrel. Bright Dante Red paint on the engine itself makes it easy to identify Buick powerplants, and while it's not all shiny and perfect, there are plenty of signs of careful maintenance over the years. There are no major deviations from stock, so it starts and runs well and never seems to be working very hard. A TH350 3-speed automatic delivers crisp shifts and the whole powertrain has a polished feeling that's a big part of a survivor's appeal. There's a new single exhaust system underneath, so it has the right sound, and as you can see, the undercarriage has nothing to hide with original floors unmarred by heavy undercoating. Standard steel wheels with hubcaps are still there, but the 215/75/14 whitewall radials give it that big Buick ride. Just a neat survivor with good power and a lot of charm. What more do you need at such an affordable price? Call today! 1970 Buick Skylark Custom for Sale 1970 Buick Skylark Custom for Sale Stock # 2793-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis. 6. Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. 7. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. 8. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. 9. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email [email protected] Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email [email protected] Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.

Buick : Skylark 300 310 wildcat v 8 3 speed auto convertible power steering am fm cd etc

$14,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1966

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 22725

Posted Over 1 Month

Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1966 Buick Skylark Stock #2678-CHA 1966 Buick Skylark for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 300 V8 BODY STYLE : Convertible TRANSMISSION: Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 22725 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Defrost, Heat, Manual Convertible Top, Power Steering, Vinyl Interior, Seatbelts, AM/FM Radio, Original Warranty Card, Owner's Manual SELLER REMARKS It's rare to see a Buick that's not a GS get the muscle car makeover, but this 1966 Skylark convertible shows off what's possible with a little imagination. After all, this is a cousin to the GTO and the Olds 442, so everything that's great about those cars translates directly to the slick Buick, too. Originally red, this Skylark now proudly wears a coat of blue that looks especially good on the clean A-body sheetmetal. The first things most folks notice about this car are those hood scoops, which give a low-key Buick a very aggressive overall demeanor. Of course, those contrasting light blue stripes certainly don't hurt with the attitude adjustment, and even speaking as a Buick guy, one has to like the look a lot. Those quarter panels look about a quarter-mile long, but they're straight and well-finished, and as a convertible, this one feels rock solid with doors that fit well, a tribute to Buick's build quality. Styling is typical '60s conservative, but there's a quiet confidence about this car that suggests it has nothing to prove. Just the same, it's dressed nicely with bright chrome bumpers and plenty of bright stainless trim around the windshield and grille. As conservative as the Buick appears externally (well, without the stripes and scoops, anyway), the interior says, "Let's party!" Striped seat covers look authentic and fit beautifully, making for a very inviting passenger compartment. The fat wood-rimmed wheel is clearly a recent addition and looks quite upscale, which is certainly appropriate in GM's #2 brand. The original gauges keep track of the basics assisted by an under-dash temperature gauge, and the dash itself wears bright stainless trim instead of the ersatz wood that would come later. Entertainment from the AM/FM/CD stereo is augmented by a remote that keeps the original AM radio in the dash for an OEM look. The trunk is simply massive (and remember this is only the "mid-sized" Buick in 1966!), carrying a full-sized spare and a mat that fits well. Overhead, a light blue convertible top looks new and expertly installed with no wrinkles or sags. Displacing a nice, round 300 cubic inches, the 310 Wildcat this Buick holds represents the torque rating, and the stout small block moves the convertible with genuine enthusiasm. Finished in Buick Turquoise, it shows evidence of regular service and fairly recent paint on the valve covers and very few deviations from stock. It's backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt out back. No, it's not detailed and shiny like it's going to the prom, but it is solid and nicely maintained, with a recent dual exhaust system that sounds muscular. Classic Buick road wheels always look great, especially when wrapped in period-correct G70-14 redlines. If you're a Buick fan or just looking for a clean ragtop that isn't a garden-variety Chevy, this muscle-bound Buick deserves a second look. And where else can you get into a nice classic convertible for this price?! Call today! 1966 Buick Skylark for Sale 1966 Buick Skylark for Sale Stock # 2678-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. 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Buick : Skylark GSX Documented 1 of 1 Investment Grade Motion Industries GSX 455 V8 A/C

$209,900

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1970

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

Mileage 29361

Posted Over 1 Month

[email protected] 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269, US 1970 Buick GSX Documented 1 of 1 Investment Grade Motion Industries GSX 455 V8 A/C Year: 1970 Type of vehicle title: Clear Primary color: Yellow Mileage: 29361 Transmission type: 3 Speed Automatic Engine: 455 V8 Interior color: Black Vehicle info When most enthusiasts begin their search for an old school muscle car to show and enjoy, they usually have three basic criteria. First and foremost, they want something that's unique. Secondly, they want something that's highly desirable. And last but not least, they want something that has major provenance. Fortunately, the gearheads at RK Motors Charlotte pride themselves on specializing in blue chip classics. And they always have cars, like this 1 of 1 Motion-modified GSX, that are lustworthy, exclusive and historically significant. With a 455 cubic inch V8, correct Turbo-Hydramatic transmission and brilliant yellow and black aesthetics, this Buick is certainly some of the coolest metal to ever roll out of Detroit. The beneficiary of a recent rotisserie restoration, the car can be displayed and driven for years without worry. And, thanks to the folks at Motion Performance, it's a one-of-a-kind classic that's virtually guaranteed to gain value! By now you probably know that most of our investment grade offerings feature substantial documentation. And, in keeping with tradition, the sale of this storied A-Body includes a small packet from the GSX Historic Society that lists the following optional equipment:A-9 Option Group- Distinctive GSX hood and body stripes- Front and rear spoilers- GSX spoiler and quarter ornamentation- GSX grille and instrument panel emblems- Rocker panel moldings with distinctive black GSX stripes- Color-coordinated headlamp bezels- Color-coordinated racing mirrors- Hood tachometerGS option included in GSX- B-3: 4-speed manual transmission- B-7: Consolette- C-1: Power disc brakes- F-7: Chrome wheels with G60-15 Super Wide Oval / white billboard lettered tires- G-1: Performance axle with posi-traction 3.42 gear ratio- H-6 Rally Ride Control Package-- Firm ride springs-- Rear stabilizer bar-- Rear lower control arm assembly- U-9: Instrument gauges and Rally clock- X-2: Rally steering wheelOptional equipment- B-2: Turbo-Hydramatic 400 transmission- B-4: Full-length console- C-D: Quick ratio power steering and power disc brakes- D-5: AM/FM radio- D-6: Rear speaker- F-7: Chrome wheels with G60-15 Super Wide Oval / white billboard lettered tires- H-6: Rally Ride Control Package-- Firm ride springs-- Rear stabilizer bar-- Rear lower control arm assembly- I-6: Air conditioner- J-3: Custom front seat and shoulder belts / Custom rear seatbelts- L-1: Soft Ray tinted glass- P-1: Carpet savers and handy mats- U-9: Instrument gauges and rally clock- 3-N: Special paint Looking mean and sounding positively evil, this killer coupe was transferred from Smith Buick in Seneca, South Carolina to Lindsey-Hopkins Buick in Marietta, Georgia at the request of a money-wielding Georgia Tech student. That student originally hailed from Long Island and, during one of his trips home, decided to stop by Motion Performance for some choice modifications. And the duo promptly began a life of bare-knuckle pavement domination, eventually becoming legends in the Atlanta street racing scene. Unfortunately, priorities change and, roughly three years into its life, the car was sold to a second owner. Both that owner and its third owner pledged loving restorations which turned into years of parts storage. And finally, circa 2005, an avid Buick enthusiast, and owner of Marietta's Then and Now Auto, purchased, researched and restored the car. That restoration was, in typical Then and Now fashion, a highly detailed, rotisserie rebuild. During that rebuild, the car's body was stripped to bare metal and massaged into better-than-factory alignment. When that alignment was as close to perfect as possible, correct Saturn Yellow was decked in satin stripes, sealed in glossy clear and buffed to a super slick shine. And today, this GSX presents as a no-nonsense classic that turns heads and drops jaws! By 1970, Buick had pretty much perfected its top dog performance offering both mechanically and aesthetically. At the front of the car, a clean silver grille hangs a bold "GSX" emblem between a heavy bumper, yellow-trimmed T3s and a small chin spoiler. Behind that grille, a locked and vented hood incorporates a beefy tachometer in front of hidden wipers, Soft Ray glass and bright stainless trim. At the sides of that hood, color-keyed mirrors and traditional door handles perfectly complement small "MOTION" emblems, vivid "GSX" call-outs and dent-free fender caps. And at the back of the car, a massive bumper centers a classy "BUICK" script between clear tail lamps and a tall, "GSX" branded spoiler. While the exterior of this A-Body does an excellent job of upholding GM Design's world-class visuals, the engine compartment is where purists REALLY start to take notice. And for good reason, because the 455 cubic inch V8 that's bolted between the car's freshly detailed fenders is the kind of powerhouse that makes people put up or shut up. Turn the key and a Motion-installed Holley 3-barrel mixes air from a Motion-installed 'fly's eye' air cleaner with fuel that's supplied by two electronic, Motion-installed fuel pumps. That air/fuel mixture travels into a Motion-installed Edelbrock B4B intake which, with the help of stock GM internals, creates detuned 9.5 to 1 compression that's perfectly compatible with pump gas. Fire for that compression is provided by an Accel distributor, which shoots sparks through Mallory Ramcharger plug wires thanks to an Accel coil and Motion-installed Phase III ignition. Spent gases from that fire are jetted through Motion-installed Mickey Thompson Competition Plus headers. And cooling for that cycle is provided by a factory radiator that circulates water around an old school Frigidaire AC system via pliable hoses and correct tower clamps. Well-planned details like fresh decals, a Delco battery topper, correct Motion valve covers and an even coat of Satin Black paint prove someone spent a lot of time executing this Buick's restoration. And it all adds up to one fully-sorted road rocket which is all day reliable and nice enough to grace the front row at a national car show. Oh, and did I mention the big red engine is believed to be a factory exchange block that was pre-assembled by the pros at Motion Performance? As you might imagine, the tweaked 455 needed ample backup to effectively establish street credibility. So, Motion complemented Buick's already impressive mechanicals with a few choice components. First and foremost, this coupe's Turbo-Hydramatic 3-speed has been hooked to a 12-bolt Chevrolet rear end that's fitted with a finned cover and quick, 4.10 gears. Below that drivetrain, a correct Rally Ride Control suspension is supplemented with Hurst shocks and yellow Lakewood ladder bars. Naturally, factory power steering and power front disc and rear drum brakes are present and accounted for. Exhaust flows through Motion-installed pipes and vintage Thrush mufflers. The big block's torque meets the pavement through slick Keystone mags, which spin correct G60-15 Mickey Thompson Indy Profile S/S around Motion-branded spinners. And overall, the bottom of this professionally restored classic appears to be in excellent, show worthy condition. Pop the coupe's sculpted doors and you'll find a correct Black interior that's steeped in subdued tri-shield style. Comfy seats and fade-free door panels mix with a tight headliner and stain-free carpet to provide big-time contrast to the car's Saturn Yellow exterior. In front of those seats, a straight, Motion-branded dash hangs clean Rally gauges next to a retrofitted radio delete. At the base of that dash, a simple shifter rides inside an ornate console and heavy duty, tri-shield branded floor mats. In front of the driver, a familiar Buick Rally wheel spins satin-finished spokes around a red-lined horn button. And behind the passengers, a fully restored trunk anchors a Mickey Thompson spare behind a chrome fire extinguisher and the aforementioned fuel pumps. The sale of this brazen Buick includes:A 1970 nickel found in the car's driver's seatA 1973 photo of the carA summary of the car's historyA specs sheetRestoration photosA copy of the car's feature in the October, 2006 edition on Muscle Car Enthusiast MagazineThe previously outlined paperwork from the GSX Historic SocietyA letter from Joel Rosen, President of Motion Performance, confirming the car's authenticity. Are you a fan of ultimate Detroit muscle that's as pure as it is cool? It just doesn't get any better than this Motion-modified GSX! We all know pristine, investment grade Buicks are getting hard to find, and this incredible A-Body is the rarest of the bunch. Don't miss your chance to own an incredible classic that features rich provenance and unmatched exclusivity! About this auction & rk motors charlotte Please note that all sales are binding and final. Our cars are sold "as-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Please carefully read the terms & conditions of the sale before bidding. Winning this auction does not entitle you to come inspect the car and decide if you want to buy it, but obligates you to complete the purchase! A $1000.00 deposit via PayPal is due within 24 hours of the auction close ... NO EXCEPTIONS. If you have ZERO feedback on eBay, please call or email us to request our authority to bid on our vehicles. We do not release our reserve prices, as this would be unfair to the other bidders, so please don't ask! Each and every one of these cars is listed on eBay, but only one sale, on average per month, actually occurs on eBay. If you see a car you like, don't wait! Call us! When you see it disappear from eBay, it means that it was sold by other means. Because we advertise heavily in other mediums, we reserve the right to cancel any eBay listing at any time. If you would like to make a sales visit or arrange an inspection, we would be happy to schedule a personal appointment with either yourself or your representative. To do so, contact Donald Bernard at (704)596-5211 or (781)773-4648. Donald's email address is: [email protected] For those of you who need to fly in, we can provide transportation to and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. We can also recommend accommodations within a short distance of our facility. RK Motors takes pride in delivering road-ready cars to our customers. That's why every car we sell comes with the assurance of our Seal of Approval process - a comprehensive inspection performed by our sister company, the RKM Performance Center. From major visual defects to basic functionality issues, our Seal of Approval checklist covers the basics so you can feel confident about your purchase. For international buyers, note that we've shipped cars to collectors and classic car fans world-wide for years. We can provide you with a firm quote for transport to any shipping port in the world in a sealed container and handle the process for you from start to finish. Our domestic and international ground transport solutions are enclosed only. If you wish to use an open carrier, you will need to arrange that. Our Transportation Manager, Gregory Smith, stands ready to help you with your transport & shipping needs. Gregory can be reached at: [email protected] A common question we receive is: "do you accept trades"? We do accept trades, but will only consider #1 or #2 condition vehicles. If you would like us to review a trade, please send recent, high resolution pictures of the entire car, including the underside. Also send a detailed description which includes all specifications, facts, figures, history and documentation present with the car. Lastly, give us a clear idea of what you are seeking in trade value. If you are a MyClassicGarage user, you can send us an Evaluation file for review. Our MCG virtual garage name is: RK Motors Charlotte. Email information and pictures on your trade directly to Donald Berard. Donald's email address is: [email protected] Our 60,000 sqf retail showrooms are located in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina . We usually have 200-250 incredible cars on display, and there's always something new. Feel free to make an appointment, stop in and meet our staff, and, more importantly, see the Greatest Showroom on Earth! Each and every one of our employees is an absolute car nut and we do this because we love cars! In addition to our retail showroom in Charlotte, NC, the RKM Performance Center is located in a 40,000 sqf facility in Mooresville, NC, which is about 20 minutes north of Charlotte in the heart of NASCAR country. We perform complete restorations for classic car collectors worldwide. RKM restored cars have won numerous national awards. Check out our feedback from other customers who have purchased cars from us in the past on our website. We pride ourselves on describing our cars accurately, and, our cars really do look better in person than in the pictures! Every car that you see for sale is in our physical possession and located at our main facility, 5527 Lakeview Road, Charlotte, NC, 28269. For general information, call us at: (704)596-5211. 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1966 Buick Skylark for: $16995

$16,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Year 1966

Make Buick

Model Skylark

Category Sedan

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It\'s rare to see a Buick that\'s not a GS get the muscle car makeover, but this 1966 Skylark convertible shows off what\'s possible with a little imagination. After all, this is a cousin to the GTO and the Olds 442, so everything that\'s great about those cars translates directly to the slick Buick, too. Originally red, this Skylark now proudly wears a coat of blue that looks especially good on the clean A-body sheetmetal. The first things most folks notice about this car are those hood scoops, which give a low-key Buick a very aggressive overall demeanor. Of course, those contrasting light blue stripes certainly don\'t hurt with the attitude adjustment, and even speaking as a Buick guy, one has to like the look a lot. Those quarter panels look about a quarter-mile long, but they\'re straight and well-finished, and as a convertible, this one feels rock solid with doors that fit well, a tribute to Buick\'s build quality. Styling is typical \'60s conservative, but there\'s a quiet confidence about this car that suggests it has nothing to prove. Just the same, it\'s dressed nicely with bright chrome bumpers and plenty of bright stainless trim around the windshield and grille. As conservative as the Buick appears externally (well, without the stripes and scoops, anyway), the interior says, \"Let\'s party!\" Striped seat covers look authentic and fit beautifully, making for a very inviting passenger compartment. The fat wood-rimmed wheel is clearly a recent addition and looks quite upscale, which is certainly appropriate in GM\'s #2 brand. The original gauges keep track of the basics assisted by an under-dash temperature gauge, and the dash itself wears bright stainless trim instead of the ersatz wood that would come later. Entertainment from the AM/FM/CD stereo is augmented by a remote that keeps the original AM radio in the dash for an OEM look. The trunk is simply massive (and remember this is only the \"mid-sized\" Buick in 1966!), carrying a full-sized spare and a mat that fits well. Overhead, a light blue convertible top looks new and expertly installed with no wrinkles or sags. Displacing a nice, round 300 cubic inches, the 310 Wildcat this Buick holds represents the torque rating, and the stout small block moves the convertible with genuine enthusiasm. Finished in Buick Turquoise, it shows evidence of regular service and fairly recent paint on the valve covers and very few deviations from stock. It\'s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt out back. No, it\'s not detailed and shiny like it\'s going to the prom, but it is solid and nicely maintained, with a recent dual exhaust system that sounds muscular. Classic Buick road wheels always look great, especially when wrapped in period-correct G70-14 redlines. If you\'re a Buick fan or just looking for a clean ragtop that isn\'t a garden-variety Chevy, this muscle-bound Buick deserves a second look. And where else can you get into a nice classic convertible for this price?! Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

Buick : Skylark Gran Sport 1970 Buick Skylark

$29,000

Cary, North Carolina

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1970 Buick GS 455 Rare 3 Speed Manual Trans ( 1 of 66 ) This GS was restored and painted back in the 80's and still looks nice. The car does have a few flaws. The paint on the front tip of the hood-- it's not dented just badly touched up. This GS was originally Gulf Steam Blue however someone who owned it previously decided to paint it something close to Diplomat Blue. The car runs and drives very well. I encourage anyone interested in the car to come drive it. For any information please email me or fell free to call Rick (919) 645-8319. The front and rear bumpers and lower control arm have NOS (new old stock) stickers on them. A little about the performance parts of the car. Non numbers matching. 1970 "sf" 455 built to '70's specs with mild competition cam. Stock '70 cylinder heads with complete new stainless steel valves (non-stage1), stock '70 intake manifold, correct Q-jet for '70 manual trans number 7040243, stock exhaust manifolds, chrome Repro valve covers. Rear end is a '71 8.5 with 3:42 gears and limited slip posi trac. Front brakes are the aluminum drum type.2-1/2 exhaust with x-pipe and Dynomax mufflers. This car is sold as is. No warranties. I have a clear N.C. title. I have the original radio (not installed nor working) and black shift knob, books, manuals and brochures. I also have Sloan Documents and a reproduction of the window sticker as well a binder filled with repair and replacement part invoices from prior owners.

1972 Buick Skylark for: $21995

$21,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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In the early 1970s, when muscle was fading away due to regulations and gas prices, car companies were working overtime to get people into the showrooms. The result of one team\'s labor was the Buick Sun Coupe, a Skylark with a giant canvas sunroof designed and installed by the American Sun Roof Corporation. Only 3943 were built in 1972, making them some of the rarest of all Skylarks and a wonderful car to drive today. What better choice for your Sun Coupe than code 56 Sunburst Yellow paint? With a GS-style rear spoiler and the black top, this rare Buick takes on a performance attitude that isn\'t just for show. It\'s possible that the paint is original, but given the presentation as well as the hardware upgrades, it\'s obvious that this car was owned by someone who knew what he wanted. Paint is still quite nice, panel gaps are even, and the car just looks right the way it sits today. And, of course, there\'s that big sunroof, which has been fully restored. It slides easily, the canvas is in great shape, and despite what you might think, it seals up quite well. The open-air experience it offers transforms the coupe, and you probably won\'t get tired of being the center of attention every time you peel it open. Inside, the Skylark was still stylish, comfortable, and most of all, a Buick which means goodies like factory A/C are part of the deal. That means luxury and performance in equal doses, although this one is packing some extra heat (more on that in a moment). The black buckets have been reskinned and look brand new, and the back seat has probably never seen any passengers since the build was completed. There\'s also a flat-out awesome center console (kudos on the artistic photography, guys) with the world\'s coolest shifter, and the polished shift plate glitters as the centerpiece of the entire passenger compartment. Crisp markings on the gauges mean they\'ve been rebuilt, and there are new carpets on the floor with matching mats. The trunk is neatly finished as well, offering a new mat with a correct spare tire cover. So about the upgrades. Well, under the hood you\'ll find a GS Stage 1-spec 455 cubic inch Buick V8, which is unquestionably the king of torque. The Dante Red paint on the block looks stock, but things like the Edelbrock intake and carb, the freshly ceramic-coated exhaust manifolds, and the open-element air cleaner mean it\'s dressed for combat. Stock-style chrome valve covers add some flair, and there\'s a giant BeCool aluminum radiator up front keeping it all under control. A heavy-duty TH400 transmission handles the horsepower. Brakes are upgraded with slotted rotors and 4-piston calipers up front hiding behind a set of Torque Thrusts that look exactly right. Big power in a very cool package-no other A-body came close in \'72. Call today! This vehicle is not currently in one of our showrooms. Please set up an appointment to view this car in person. This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1970 Buick Skylark for: $29995

$29,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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This gorgeous 1970 Buick Skylark GS350 is available for a fraction of the cost of its Pontiac and Chevrolet siblings. The restoration is fresh, it\'s got the right options and hardware, and you can\'t argue with the stunning good looks. That luscious red paint is called Firepepper Red Pearl, and rendered in two-stage DuPont urethane, it has a look you almost want to touch to see if it\'s still wet. This Buick\'s familiar A-body look didn\'t come easy, though, because there was a lot of effort invested in getting the sheetmetal right before the paint went on, including fresh quarters to make someone else\'s work near perfect. The result it a super straight Buick that fits together right and looks like it should cost thousands more than it does. A GS hood with twin nostrils gives it an aggressive look, but the Buick is always dignified, so it does without spoilers and stripes. It does, however, offer a lot of shiny chrome that\'s in excellent condition, including both bumpers and the stainless trim around the windows. This is a really sharp car! The black bucket seat interior was added to help complete the GS look and was all new at the time of restoration in 2012 and still looks fantastic today. Reproduction seat covers, new foam and springs, and fresh carpets provide a factory-correct look and settling in behind the wheel is easy. But to give you a better idea of how nice this car is, those are the original door panels, and the line between new and old is very blurry indeed. Nice! Options include a center console, factory A/C with R134a refrigerant, and a speed minder that\'s kind of a cool period piece. The gauges are clear and show well, while a set of aftermarket gauges hangs under the dash. And instead of going crazy with the upgrades, this car retained its stock AM radio rather than stuffing some modern piece in there, and the dash looks all the better for it. Horseshoe shifters always look great and in the Buick, the woodgrained handle lends it a more upscale look than in some of its lower-priced cousins. The trunk is also correctly restored, offering a reproduction mat, spare tire with cover, and fresh spatter finish paint on the original sheetmetal floor. The car\'s original, numbers-matching 350 cubic inch V8 was rebuilt to largely stock specs, although there was an .030 overbore and a lot of new parts inside. A Comp Cams camshaft was added to give it a bit of a cackle and a T/A Performance intake manifold was installed under the original Rochester Quadra-Jet carburetor. Up top, there\'s the distinctive Ram Air air cleaner and a custom dual exhaust system was fabricated to give it the right sound. It has been comprehensively detailed and looks as good underneath as it does up top, an endeavor that is neither cheap nor easy. There\'s a new radiator, a new drive shaft, a rebuilt A/C system, and a sturdy TH350 3-speed automatic transmission. The entire suspension was rebuilt with quality MOOG components and boxed control arms out back and with 2.73 gears in the 10-bolt rear end, it\'s a very comfortable highway cruiser. Classic Buick Road wheels are among the best-looking rims of the period and carry 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials all around. Look at the quality on this car, then look again at the price. If this was a Chevelle or GTO, it would cost 25% more, but as a Buick you get just as much performance with a little bit of luxury to match. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1966 Buick Skylark for: $18995

$18,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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It\'s rare to see a Buick that\'s not a GS get the muscle car makeover, but this 1966 Skylark convertible shows off what\'s possible with a little imagination. After all, this is a cousin to the GTO and the Olds 442, so everything that\'s great about those cars translates directly to the slick Buick, too. Originally red, this Skylark now proudly wears a coat of blue that looks especially good on the clean A-body sheetmetal. The first things most folks notice about this car are those hood scoops, which give a low-key Buick a very aggressive overall demeanor. Of course, those contrasting light blue stripes certainly don\'t hurt with the attitude adjustment, and even speaking as a Buick guy, one has to like the look a lot. Those quarter panels look about a quarter-mile long, but they\'re straight and well-finished, and as a convertible, this one feels rock solid with doors that fit well, a tribute to Buick\'s build quality. Styling is typical \'60s conservative, but there\'s a quiet confidence about this car that suggests it has nothing to prove. Just the same, it\'s dressed nicely with bright chrome bumpers and plenty of bright stainless trim around the windshield and grille. As conservative as the Buick appears externally (well, without the stripes and scoops, anyway), the interior says, \"Let\'s party!\" Striped seat covers look authentic and fit beautifully, making for a very inviting passenger compartment. The fat wood-rimmed wheel is clearly a recent addition and looks quite upscale, which is certainly appropriate in GM\'s #2 brand. The original gauges keep track of the basics assisted by an under-dash temperature gauge, and the dash itself wears bright stainless trim instead of the ersatz wood that would come later. Entertainment from the AM/FM/CD stereo is augmented by a remote that keeps the original AM radio in the dash for an OEM look. The trunk is simply massive (and remember this is only the \"mid-sized\" Buick in 1966!), carrying a full-sized spare and a mat that fits well. Overhead, a light blue convertible top looks new and expertly installed with no wrinkles or sags. Displacing a nice, round 300 cubic inches, the 310 Wildcat this Buick holds represents the torque rating, and the stout small block moves the convertible with genuine enthusiasm. Finished in Buick Turquoise, it shows evidence of regular service and fairly recent paint on the valve covers and very few deviations from stock. It\'s backed by a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission and a 10-bolt out back. No, it\'s not detailed and shiny like it\'s going to the prom, but it is solid and nicely maintained, with a recent dual exhaust system that sounds muscular. Classic Buick road wheels always look great, especially when wrapped in period-correct G70-14 redlines. If you\'re a Buick fan or just looking for a clean ragtop that isn\'t a garden-variety Chevy, this muscle-bound Buick deserves a second look. And where else can you get into a nice classic convertible for this price?! Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>