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  1. Grandma's grocery getter could be restored. You see many 2-door convertibles and hard-tops, but not many of these. I am selling my first car, a 1964 Buick Skylark. 86,7xx original miles on a 310 Wildcat V8 on a powerglide transmission. Original paint in alright condition with touch ups. Little body damage on driver's side (shown in pictures). Wipers work, but the washer does not and is missing the fluid glass bottle. Chrome trim on driver's side door is missing. -On/Off daily driver for past 11 years. -Comes with a set of studded tires for winter driving -Typical lifter issue, but we have all the parts to fix it (lifters and gaskets), which are included. -Car cover included -Original hub caps included, but different wheels are on the car -Tabs are good through 08/2014 (Washington State) -New brakes and bearings, master cylinder -Many extra replacement parts If you have any questions or need additional pictures or to see is in person please contact me by email at kelly.milligan@ymail.com or text/call 253-439-8174. $5,000 or best offer, located in Bonney Lake, WA.
  2. I bought a 1964 Skylark convertible with a 300 V-8 and 4-speed for my wife. The car is an original 4-speed car. I can drive the car without an issue but for my wife the clutch is very hard to push and the shifter is notchy and ambiguous. The clutch linkage is in good shape so I think it's the pressure plate that's too hard. The shifter is in good shape-it's just the nature of these shifters. I have made many modifications to this car but they are all bolt-on mods. I have saved all of the original parts in the event that we (or anyone) restores this car to original in the future. I added disc brakes, replaced all of the suspension, stiffer springs, added sway bars, a quicker steering box, electric fan, electronic ignition, and after market 4bbl carburetor. My first thought is to put in a 5-speed and hydraulic clutch from a later car. My wife is more used to this kind of shifter and clutch. However, I'd have to put another hole in the floor. The car is far from perfect but I don't know if this extra hole will irreversibly de-value the car in the future should we decide to sell it. Any thoughts on this? Does anyone know of an after market shifter that will be an improvement? When I was in high school we'd replace the factory shifters with Hurst shifters. They were just as notchy but less ambiguous. Does anyone know a good clutch that has a minimum of pedal pressure? This would help quite a bit. Many thanks for your input. Joe
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