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The Buick Skylark Convertible is a unique automobile. It was introduced in the market in 1956 and it is one of the earliest American luxury cars. The legendary family car from 1956 is equipped with air-conditioned interiors, it has four doors and two seats. The name "Skylark" was inspired by the blue sky at night, which is why this vehicle is also called the Blue Sky Convertible.
The Buick Skylark is a practical vehicle as it is used for traveling on long roads. It is a good vehicle to take when traveling in cities since it has a high horse power and can reach the speed of 120 miles per hour. The vehicle is very luxurious with its wood trimmed interior.
There are some specific accessories for this Buick Skylark Convertible such as the chrome-plated fenders, front fog lights, roof vents, and air-conditioned with dehumidifier. It is also available with the wood trimmed mahogany headrests, cupholders, and push-button remote control. Other standard features of this car are automatic transmission, side airbags, front side airbags, 4-wheel drive, automatic stability and traction control, instrument panel with push-button start, ignition switch, and dual exhaust. Buick makes this Buick Skylark Convertible in a variety of color combinations starting from the basic black and white to the vivid red and pink. The price ranges of this vehicle are from the low end to the high end.