1973 Buick Skylark User Reviews

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    1973 Buick Skylark Review

    It's A Great Collector. — I love this car. This particular model was only manufactured for three years. It took the place of the Wildcat which was another great looking car. It's hard to believe that this was considered a mid size car back then. It's like ridding on rails that's how smooth the ride. It's a tank so i hope I don't hit anyone with it cause I might Kill them. When you hit the gas it will make you sink back into the seat. Handling is a little difficult because of the size and weight. The exterior needs a little work but for it being a Wisconsin car it's in pretty good shape. The interior of the car is in excellent shape. Since i have owned the car I put about $3,500.00 in proving the engine and transmission. I love driving this car because you really experience how cars were made back then and it's a cool change from driving these little compact cars.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: The body style and engine style.

    Cons: Nothing

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    Reviews From Other Years

    1998 Buick Skylark Reviews

    Great Gas Mileage By automodeal

    The pick- up and go is the best feature to me. I used to have a 1997 Pontiac Sunfire and it never got the pick-up and go that this car has. I am also getting great gas mileage. I am getting about 35 m... Read More

    1997 Buick Skylark Reviews

    Rate It An A- By shocktester

    Good power out of that 3.1 Liter Motor. Rides quiet and smooth. Body holds up well in Wisconsin winters, very little rust. See none on rocker panels and floor boards are solid as the day I got the car... Read More

    An Average Sedan With A Bit Of Comfortable Sport By Stuart

    Good Acceleration and braking performance, but this is a luxury car and the handling is nothing special. It has a very comfortable ride. This car has all the features that were available at the time... Read More

    1996 Buick Skylark Reviews

    Good Car To Get For Cheap! By Jimmy

    Its a nice car for the price we got it at. Needs a new gauge cluster but thats about it. It has a bit of rust on the under side of the car. Interior is good except for the gear shift lever and the si... Read More

    Reliable. By Eric

    Plenty of power from 4 cyl. Used it as a commuter 2 hrs/day on highway. Boring car. Bland. Read More

    1995 Buick Skylark Reviews

    Very, Very Average Buick By Janius

    My wife fell in love with this car on the dealer showroom floor. The color was an aqua-blue-green and the interior was very plush and comfortable. Plus it rode like a Buick, which was important to he... Read More

    Dont By 1 Of These By Ed

    THIS CAR SUCKED. I always froze up in the winter. I tried everything to fix that problem and spent more $$ than the freakin thing was worth. This is 1 car I would not recommend to any1 including my wo... Read More

    1994 Buick Skylark Reviews

    A Little Car With A Big Car Ride By Elliott

    My car is a quick and clean runs nice.My acceleration is outstanding it has a 3100 v6 that really fits the car I have chrome 16in rims tires planning to put 18in on it in the near future and I would l... Read More

    Like It A Lot Good Deal For The Money By bob6660

    love the way it rides, goods great, and has the best paint job after a good waxing it stands out from the others, would have liked the 3.1 but it has the 2.3 a little under powered,back seat is a litt... Read More

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