1965 Skylark Convertible - Legit?

Discussion in 'Ebay Parts and Cars' started by LouV, Mar 4, 2020.

  1. LouV

    LouV Silver Level contributor

  2. JohnnyGS

    JohnnyGS Well-Known Member

    nice car looks to me the odometer rolled over. 105500 miles screws not sure. be nice to see the cowl tag on the fire wall that will give you more info on it.
    love the color. i owned a 64 for 14 years love the car
    miss it
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  3. TrunkMonkey

    TrunkMonkey Well-Known Member

    No way on the milage. Pitting on dash components
    Wrong door pulls/armrests.
    Missing the door emblems, escutcheons for radio knobs, accessory/top switch, steering wheel and gauges in the console, trunk Skylark emblem.

    I can't tell about the front signal lenses, look awful dark.

    But, all of that is minor.

    The VIN plate may have been removed for paint.

    Overall, it looks good, but would want to do some rust hunting with flashlight and a mirror.

    Too bad there are no trunk and engine/bay pics and the cowl tag.
  4. 197064buickspec

    197064buickspec 1964 Special Post-455

    I will guarantee you from looking at the pictures there is allot of bad bodywork and it's a 20 foot paint job.

    They probably should have ran with new chevelle interior panels. What they did looks hideous.
  5. JoeBlog

    JoeBlog Platinum Level Contributor

    Those screws wouldn’t pass an out of state vehicle inspection around here. I once saw the Highway Patrol impound a car because the rivets were incorrect and the guy couldn’t tell them why.
  6. gs66

    gs66 Silver Level contributor

    Looks like a GS grille.
  7. philbquick

    philbquick Founders Club Member

    Definitely amateur body work. Grill is broken. The price it's at now is more then it's worth. The 4 speed is the only thing supporting the price.
  8. Babeola

    Babeola Well-Known Member

    Also, If they don't know the size of the engine (listed as 355 CI), how would they know it is rebuilt. We all know 355 is the TQ figure of the 65 300 engine.

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