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1972 BUICK SKYLARK WITH 455 OUT OF A 1970 GS
Dunk69
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Skylark 455 - 7.5
Jimmy vintagebombs
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Before / After pic. got this Buick 1999 in pieces

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'57 Special 4 dr post driver's fender
excellent condition. no rust or dents $150 You will need to arrange for shipping 707 978 0450
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'57 Special 4 dr post rear 3 piece window
Intact and with stainless. you will have to arrange fore shipping $250 707 978 0450
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Kenne-Bell TH400 / Switch Pitch Converter for Buick/Olds/Pontiac
- Kenne-Bell TH400 Switch Pitch transmission, Buick/Olds/Pontiac bolt pattern, fresh rebuild by Sharp’s Transmission (Tucson) - 500 miles, switch...
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I am looking for all the parts to build a rotating assembly for my 455.. PLEASE Help.. Want to build a 500hp motor... but dont want to go...
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1957 Century Grill and Rear Bumper - Triple Plated
I have an extra Front Grill and Rear Bumper for sale from my 1957 restore project. They have both been re-chromed and look pretty good, see...
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Sure that 54 cadillac is different of Buick 55?Only gears,piniongear,house of all bearings,and in sweden kronhjul.The big gear riveted in house.?Give me the right advice for my friend ho has a broken axle.Sorry of bad spelling.Stubbe in Sweden.
Hi Tom, thanks for your input on my continuing Buick saga.
Interested in your opinions on the open drive conversion process.
I have seen torque tubes converted with some short trailing arms.
I wonder if it would bind up during cornering, etc.
Curious what you want for the 61 center as well.
My plan is to visit the pick a part yard tomorrow but we've been getting snow all day and it continues.....
Tj
thanks for letting me join, i just started a restoration on a 66 buick wildcat with the 401 nailhead.
i have never worked on a nailhead before so any tricks or things to watch for is much appreciated.
thanks again.
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