1969 Buick Skylark

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Overview


The 1969 Skylark was mostly a carryover from the previous year, The Buick Special name was dropped after the 1969 model year.


The 1969 Skylark was mostly a carryover from the previous year, The Buick Special name was dropped after the 1969 model year. A locking steering column with a new, rectangular ignition key became standard on all 1969 GM cars (except Corvair), one year ahead of the Federal requirement.

The Skylark did see the introduction of an available 3-speed auto, the TH-350 that was column and console/consolette mounted.

Production Numbers


HTP CPE 38,658
SDN 4D 22,349
CUS HTP CPE 35,639
CUS HTP SDN 9,609
CUS CONV CPE 6,552
CUS SDN 4D 6,423
Total Production 119,230

Performance Specs


Engine Size Carb. HP Torque 0 to 60 Quarter mile
250-1 6-cyl 250ci 1x1bbl 155 235 lb-ft - -
350-2 V8 350ci 1x2bbl 230 350 lb-ft - -
350-4 V8 350ci 1x4bbl 280 375 lb-ft 8.3 sec 16.1 sec

Transmission


  • 3-Speed
  • 3-Speed Auto
  • 2-Speed Auto

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Regal Black
Cameo Cream
Polar White
Twilight Blue
Signal Red
Crystal Blue
Turquoise Mist
Verde Green
Lime Green
Burnished Brown
Champagne Mist
Trumpet Gold
Burgundy Mist
Silver Mist
Embassy Gold
Antique Gold
Azure Blue
Sunset Silver
Olive Beige
Deep Gray Mist
Copper Mist

Interior

Black
Blue
Buckskin
Pearl
Green
Parchment
Burgundy

OEM Brochures


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