1974 Buick Apollo Hatchback.

January 8, 2015

5 comments

5 comments:

Richard said...

Nice, I wonder if it originally had a vinyl top on it. I also wonder what the original color was. I always liked those parking lights on the grill. It must look nice at dusk without the headlights on.

great white tiburon said...

oh nice find, you rarely see the Buick and Olds version of the x bodies, at least in my experience.

RoadmasterMike said...

Buick 350 power (although the emblems are missing)in a Nova body shell...who could ask for more? Looked for one of these for years and was never able to find one here in the rust belt.

Definitley had a vinyl top at some point, and if it was mine, it would have one again, along with baby moon cap or Cragars plus the factory rims and hub caps for shows. Still an awesome find though.

Justin said...

Mint, but I don't know what to think of those 80's American Racing wheels.

Mundal Vogg said...

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