Always an Italian car - V6 - 2,800 cc - 90,000 km
|Condition:||Overall in fairly good condition|
|Registered in country:||Italy|
- Valid inspection until: November 2018
- Number plates and documents: Italian
- Owners: 2
- Colour: amaranth
- Engine: 2800 cc - 115 CV
- Underbody conditions: good
Intact and preserved vehicle with all documents and use and maintenance booklets, very well kept, sold new in Milan at Saigarage.
Buick Skylark Limited version V6 2.800 cc, automatic, 115 CV with 86,000 km.
This car was manufactured from 1980 to 1985 and shared the flatbed of the Chevrolet Citation, the Pontiac Phonenix and the Oldsmobile Omega.
The Skylark was available in two body types, 2-door and 4-door sedan. The set-up levels were three: basic, sport and limited. The serial engine was a 4-cylinder in-line with 2.5 L displacement, equipped with a double carburettor delivering 90 CV at 4,000 rpm. The other available engine was a 2.8 L with a double carburettor delivering 115 CV. The serial gearbox was a 4-speed manual with overdrive, but a 3-speed automatic transmission was available as option.
Notes: some plastic mouldings are missing under the bumpers.
This vehicle can be viewed and picked up in Brembate, Italy.
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