The 1963 Buick Skylarks used the same chassis and wheelbase as the previous 1961 and 1962 models, but adopted new sheet metal that featured boxier styling.
The 1963 Buick Skylarks used the same chassis and wheelbase as the previous 1961 and 1962 models, but adopted new sheet metal that featured boxier styling. Length was increased by five inches to 193 in (4,900 mm), and the 215 cubic-inch V8 generated 200 hp (150 kW) at 5000 rpm. The 1963 Skylark was available as a two-door convertible coupe or a two-door (pillarless) hardtop coupe.
Production remained mostly the same as the previous year.
|Skylark Sport Coupe||32,109|
|Skylark Convertible CPE||10,212||Total Production||42,321|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|V8||215ci||1x4bbl||200||240 lb-ft||8.6 sec||16.6 sec|
- 3-Speed Auto
- 2-speed auto
Paint & Colors
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