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1954 Buick Skylark Convertible

Price : $160,000

 

 

The early 1950's represented a new beginning for much of American society, and General Motors reflected this forward-looking national sentiment with its Motorama, a dazzling display of technological innovation and stunning automotive concepts. Buick introduced its XP-300 concept in 1951, and although it was well received, the radical car was unsuitable for volume production. Nonetheless, Buick executives were encouraged to consider sportier offerings in anticipation of the GM Divisions 50th anniversary celebrations for 1953. The resulting Skylark Anniversary Convertible, based on the Roadmaster platform, introduced a number of trendsetting features including a new 322 cubic inch overhead-valve V8 engine, a 12 volt electrical system, fully-radiused rear wheel openings, Kelsey-Hayes 40-spoke wire wheels and stylish

VIN #: 7A1127916
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Red
Body Style: Convertible
Mileage: 71020