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  • 1963 Buick Skylark

    $15,750(£11,944.80) $15,750(£11,944.80)

    1963 Buick Skylark The 1963 Buick Skylark featured here is available in a gorgeous light blue with light blue interior. It comes equipped with an automatic transmission, power windows, power steering, solid wheels, soft top and includes the spare tire and jack. A very clean and presentable black plate California car and excellent weekend driver which is mechanically sound. For $15,750 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    • Year: 1963
    For sale
    $15,750(£11,944.80) $15,750(£11,944.80)
    Beverly Hills Car Club
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  • Buick Riviera Hardtop Coupe 1970

    €24,950(£22,300.31) €24,950(£22,300.31)

    Buick Riviera Coupe V8 1970, full history is present This Buick Riviera Coupe was new delivered in 1970 and has had only 3 owners since then. The Buick was delivered in the fabulous beige colour with a vinyl top. The car has all the orignal documents. All booklets and several invoices are present. This Buick has the original V8 engine, powersteering and power brakes. This car is a real collector’s item or a car for the fans. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1970
    For sale
    €24,950(£22,300.31) €24,950(£22,300.31)
  • ​1963 Buick Riviera

    $25,500(£19,339.20) $25,500(£19,339.20)

    1st year of production for this timeless and stylish designed personal luxury model and a certified milestone car. Matching numbers 401 ci 325 hp V-8, factory a/c, tilt and telescopic wheel. Nearly perfect original leather bucket seats with full length floor console. All accessories work perfectly. The car makes a stunning presentation with its glassy smooth paint in original C code Arctic White with exceptionally nice sparkling chrome trim. Always a dry Western state car and consequently no rust or patchwork ever. From the top to bottom and bumper to bumper one of the nicest examples of this classically designed Buick & a certified milestone car that will only rise in value and collectors desires for a safe investment. $25,500.00

    For sale
    $25,500(£19,339.20) $25,500(£19,339.20)
  • 1969 Buick Gran Sport 400

    $29,900(£22,676.16) $29,900(£22,676.16)

    Build sheet documents show original 430 ci V-8, now has a 1972 modified 455 ci V-8 producing awesome power. Turbo 400 automatic transmission with posi rear. Factory a/c blows cold, power steering, power disc brakes with Wilwood Master Cylinder, dual electric fans with aluminum radiator and air shocks. Recent 215-65x15” tires. Functional cold air induction with factory ram air hood. A documented Fremont California built car with copies of original build sheet and window sticker. Beautifully refinished in original code 51 Twilight Blue Poly with nicely redone Strato bucket seat interior and floor console. White letter radials on new 15” Buick chrome sport wheels. A truly gorgeous example of a classic 60s muscle car with Buick quality throughout. These rarely come up. Don’t miss it! $29,900.00

    • Year: 1969
    For sale
    $29,900(£22,676.16) $29,900(£22,676.16)
  • Buick Super Eight Cabrio '51

    €65,000(£58,097) €65,000(£58,097)

    Lowered price from €69.950 -> €65.000 The Buick Super is a full-sized automobile produced from the 1940 through the 1958 model years (excluding WW II); it was built on Buick's larger body shared with the Roadmaster. It and the Roadmaster were replaced by the Electra in 1959. 1949-1953 The Super shared a new General Motors C-body with the Roadmaster but on a shorter wheelbase. It featured three chrome VentiPorts on each front fender to denote its smaller straight-eight engine and shorter engine compartment when compared with the Roadmaster. The sales brochure noted that VentiPorts helped ventilate the engine compartment, and possibly that was true in early 1949, but sometime during the model year they became plugged. The idea for VentiPorts grew out of a modification Buick styling chief Ned Nickles had added to his own 1948 Roadmaster. He had installed four amber lights on each side of his car’s hood wired to the distributor so as to flash on and off as each piston fired simulating the flames from the exhaust stack of a fighter airplane. Combined with the bombsight mascot, VentiPorts put the driver at the controls of an imaginary fighter airplane. Upon seeing this, Buick chief Harlo

    • Year: 1951
    For sale
    €65,000(£58,097) €65,000(£58,097)