1972 Buick Skylark.

July 24, 2013

10 comments

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Big green old car.
Big green old home.
Big green old shrubs.

May the lady who owns them all have flaming red hair.

Anonymous said...

Nice patina

Mikael said...

Fifty Shades of Green, hehee.

Nice one.

Moltenburn said...

My pops had a 71 Skylark GS convertible w/ the 400 CI and ram air. Sold that bad boy due to divorce. Miss that fricken car.

adam.giguere said...

My uncle has a GS, I took a picture of one of these the other day in a 70sriffic gol color

Tony Piff said...

i dig skylarks, and i love passing by this one on my way to work every day.

for some reason i assumed i had already posted it, but now i think i never even stopped to take pictures.

you win, ben!

Tony Piff said...

on friday i drove past and it wasn't parked there. first time it's moved in three years, as far as i know.

Justin said...

Hopefully it didn't go to the scrappers, that'd be a damn shame.

Anonymous said...

when i showed this to a young fellow at the youth conference he said, "oh yeah, a lot of guys are just clear-coating over that patina"

!

Richard said...

Wow what are the odds of taking a picture of that car & a short time later it would be gone. Another example of what these cars looked like in 1983. I really do's miss seeing old jalopies like this, nowadays they're all restored in pristine condition. I would love to have a pillarless hard top as a regular driver. 1972 the last year of these General Motors midsize bodies as convertibles and pillarless hardtops.