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1953 Buick Skylark

Convertible

Powered by a Fireball 322 CID V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. White exterior. Red/White interior.

The Skylark was brand-new in 1953; its name was chosen to celebrate Buick's 50th anniversary. This stunning automobile was based on Buick's experimental sports car, the XP-300, which created a huge amount of excitement in 1952. The 1953 Skylark was one of the most expensive cars in Buick's lineup and today is a bona fide collector's item. Built only as a Convertible and based on the Roadmaster drivetrain, these were the cars of the stars. The sole engine for the Skylark was an all-new 'Fireball' 322 CID V8 with 188 horsepower. New for 1953, too, was the use of the new 12-volt electrical system. The only transmission used in the Skylark was a Twin Turbine Dynaflow, which was an updated version of the original, introduced in 1948. The Twin Turbine debuted in 1953 and used a four-element torque converter featuring two turbines interconnected through a planetary gear set. This setup gave a more positive connection between the engine and the driveshaft. Options on this amazing... See More

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