1976 Buick Skylark.

January 28, 2013

8 comments
1976 Buick Skylark 2-Door Sedan.
 1976 Buick Skylark 2-Door Sedan.1976 Buick Skylark 2-Door Sedan.

8 comments:

Ben Piff said...

One of the funniest details about late 70s American cars is how they always seem to lose that trim piece between the tail lights and bumper (causing me a build-quality-wince).

swiftman007 said...

@ Ben: haha! that is so true


this car is so awful , in every way

Justin said...

Great lighting, and yep, that's Malaise era build quality for ya,

Anonymous said...

but this one is not a Skylark, it is a Buick Apollo

Chris said...

It's a Buick Nova....

Ben Piff said...

I've seen a number of these, as well as inspected a fair bit of Buick Emblems, but even in the dark I'd lean towards that saying Skylark. Care to confirm Tony?

Turbo said...

It's a Skylark. The Apollo coupe became the Skylark in '75, and the sedan followed suit in '76.

Anonymous said...

Don't make fun of these great v8 Buick cars. They were the entry level Buick that got you into the club of the larger more luxurious Buick that were made.
They also looked sleek and had the hatchback model that was useful for carrying groceries and other stuff in the back of the car. Along with the fold down seats, you could create a sleeping bed out back. As for people making fun of these cars, how many do you see left on the road? How many modern or new cars can you immediately tell the difference from one jelly bean looking car to the next? These were the last great stylish looking and somewhat cheap luxury modeled cars you could buy before it all went down hill in the 1980s. So shut up already.