In the 1966 model year, the four-door (pillared) sedan was replaced by a four-door (pillarless) hardtop sedan.
In the 1966 model year, the four-door (pillared) sedan was replaced by a four-door (pillarless) hardtop sedan. The convertible, hardtop coupe, and two-door sedan continued to be available. The 1966 two-door Skylark was available with the optional "Wildcat 375", 340 ci engine which produced 260 hp (194 kW) and 365 lb·ft (495 N·m). torque with a 4-barrel Carter carb.
|4-DR Wagon 3S||2,667|
|HTP CPE V8||33,326|
|HTP SDN V8||18,873|
|CUS WGN 4D||6,964|
|CUS WGN 4D 3S||9,510|
|CONV CPE V8||6,129||Total Production||92,401|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|Fireball 225 V6||225ci||1x1bbl||160||235 lb-ft||-||-|
|Wildcat 310||300ci||1x2bbl||210||310 lb-ft||-||-|
|Wildcat 445||340ci||1x4bbl||260||365 lb-ft||7.7 sec||16.1|
- 2-speed auto
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