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The Buick GSX

Buick GSXWho says that a Buick has to be a car “your grandparent would drive”?  The 1970 Buick GSX is anything but that; in fact, it is said to be a direct competitor of the Pontiac GTO Judge. With its famous black stripe with outlining red pin stripes over the standard rear spoilers and its partially blackened hood with mounted tachometer and black front spoiler, who could possibly mistake this car for anything but what it is:  An All American Muscle Car.

1965 Buick Skylark

1965 Buick Skylark

'65 Buick SkylarkThe 1965 Buick Skylark was just one of the many models of the Skylark badge to be produced by Buick from 1953 to 1998. The long run of this successful model can be attributed to the fact that it changed with the times. Over the years, the Skylark went from convertible to compact to mid-sized back to compact, and finally grew again in size. As tastes and technology changed, so did the Skylark.

1967 Skylark

1967 Skylark

1967 Skylark The Buick Skylark is a model that changed greatly over the years of its run, which lasted from 1953 to 1998. As times changed and tastes shifted, so too did the Skylark. It began its life as a 1950s convertible, switched to a compact for the second run, moved up to an intermediate for most of the 1960s, went back to being a compact in the ‘70s, and then got a little bigger again in the ‘80s and ’90s. The 1967 Skylark fell midway through the third generation and was an intermediate-sized car.