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<A HREF="http://itnmedia.com/alan/sky4.jpg" TARGET=_blank>http://itnmedia.com/alan/sky4.jpg</A> <A HREF="http://itnmedia.com/alan/sky4.jpg" TARGET=_blank>http://itnmedia.com/alan/sky4.jpg</A> <BR> <BR>For Sale - 1969 Buick Skylark, 66,700 original miles <BR> <BR>Car is located on Long Island, NY <BR> <BR>Features Rare Antique Gold exterior paint (original color) freshly repainted 3 weeks ago !!. 350 Cu. In. 2 barrel motor that runs like a new car, TH350 Trans. that shifts up and down just like it should. Power Steering, Power Brakes. Interior is near mint - Light Biege seats (front bench with fold down center arm rest) Roof liner is MINT, Door Panels are MINT (cleanest I've ever seen). Buick Mags on decent rubber. <BR> <BR>I bought this car from the original owner with 46,000 miles on it - an 84 yr old woman - out of her heated garage !! Its True ......If interested you can call and verify I thought i had hit the Jackpot when i went and looked at it .....at the time it had been driven less than 2k miles per year and never left the sleepy little town in Conneticut. It had 7 of the 8 original spark plugs and wires on it as well as the lower radiator hose. <BR> <BR>I've cared for it the past 5 years and it was my Baby while my GS was down for resto. Now that the GS is back in action its time to pass on the pleasure of ownership <BR> <BR>This car is Tight, Clean, and Driveable anywhere in the US. I would not hesitate to fill up the tank and leave NY for CA this evening..... <BR> <BR>I want this car to go to Someone who will enjoy, drive, and care for it......as it deserves. <BR> <BR>The only thing negative is the lower bench seat cover needs replacement and the rear package tray too - I have the package tray material to do the job and it comes with the car. The top of the rear bumper is also slightly rusty.... a '69 problem area <BR> <BR>I would like $5,500 for the car which i feel is Very Fair as i just spent over $3,000 to have it professionally painted. <BR> <BR>Contact me if interested here, Email Alan@itnnetworks.com or call 212.572.9265 weekdays (eastern time 9-5) <P>Thanks<BR>Alan W<P>'69 GS400 Convert. "BigRed" 12.39 @ 109+ <BR>'69 GS400 Convert. "MaroonGoon" work in progress.... <BR>'69 Skylark Coupe "GoldieLox" 16.40 @88 46K all original <BR>'68 SportWagon400 "Sporty" NY -> Denver 2.5 days @ 80+mph <BR>'94 Roadmaster Estate Wagon "Shamoo" Hmmm....LT1's ain't so bad !!

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Hi. Prior to the overall paint was there any rust repair? If so where was the repairs located? Your in the snow belt and it seems natural that there would be more corrosion than just the rear bumper. Thanks for any additional info you can forward.

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