I guess this is rare Buick day. The GS 400 is a fairly rare car, and so is the Skylark Sun Coupe, made for only a year, 1972, with less than 4,000 made. What makes the Sun Coupe a Sun Coupe is the large sliding vinyl sun roof, supplied by American Sunroof, later ASC. I suppose it was supposed to be a cross between a convertible and a hardtop. Either way, it was an interesting coincidence seeing the Sun Coupe on the other side of Hines Drive from the GS 400. Neither car is a run of the mill Skylark.
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