This 1954 Buick Skylark was the subject of a body-off restoration prior to acquisition by John Staluppi. The light blue paint is excellent, nicely set off by contrasting Arctic White in the wheel coves, and the white vinyl top is in very good condition. The interior has light blue vinyl seats with contrasting blue waffle-pattern leather, all in excellent condition and matching the body color appropriately. Handsome green carpet covers the floor. The engine compartment is clean and correctly detailed, but not overdone. The car has been treated with black undercoating on the underbody and chassis. The odometer shows just over 60,000 miles, believed original.
It has the Roadmaster’s 322-cubic inch overhead valve V-8 and Buick’s smooth Dynaflow automatic. The car is equipped with all the standard Skylark equipment, including power steering, brakes, windows, and seat, and a Selectronic radio with electric antenna, windshield washers, E-Z-Eye tinted glass, and whitewall tires on the signature Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels.
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