Started on Aug. 11 by PhiI

1972 Buick Skylark

1972 Buick Skylark. BUICK 350 bored .030, 10.25:1 Hyper pistons, Comp Cams rockers and shafts, T/A Performance intake, 800cfm Q-Jet, .480 intake .495 ext Poston cam, Hooker Super Competition Headers, SuperTrapp racing suppressors, TH350 with B&M Transpak, 2800 Stall TCI converter, 10-bolt rear end w/ 28 pline axles, detroit locker rear, T/A performance girdle. UMI Performance upper control arms, home-fabbed lower control arms, Spohn Racing adjustable rear sway bar, Pontiac SD 455 T/A front swaybar, Delco brakes, Earls stainless lines, 2002 Camaro SS 17x9 wheels and Sumitomo 275/40-17 HRZ-II tires all around. I bought my first Skylark in 89 and it got rear-ended in 96. After sitting 16 years, I got a new car down in Texas that was in storage for 19 years and used mine as the donor to fix it up. I took all the speed equipment from the old car, put it on the new one, and in the process updated the brakes, suspension, wheels and tires. I’ve been keeping a photo library of all the work I’ve done. It’s a lot easier to do now than it was back in the old days.

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