Who's gotta drop top?

Discussion in 'The ragtop shop' started by gotbuick, Feb 7, 2002.

  1. TurboRegal

    TurboRegal Nathan

    Newbie from Atlanta. 1972 Skylark Custom 350 2bbl Skylark side.JPG Skylark interior.JPG
  2. JohnnyGS

    JohnnyGS Well-Known Member

    just added a 1972 gs350 conv to my list, first time owning a rag top pretty happy

    69 gs400
    71 gs455
    72 gs350 conv

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  3. 66 NAILHEAD

    66 NAILHEAD Well-Known Member

    I have 66 Gs convert. All original and last ran in 76. Hopefully next year I'll be getting her goin.
    My dad has a 65 Gs convert and a 68 skylark convert.
  4. 69 GS 400

    69 GS 400 Well-Known Member

    Great find 66 Nailhead !
  5. 69 GS 400

    69 GS 400 Well-Known Member

    Nice car JohnnyGS. Nothing like going for a ride in a drop top and feeling the wind in your hair and the feel of the open road. Adds a whole new experience to driving a GS. Congrats on your purchase.
  6. Eddie M

    Eddie M Well-Known Member

    It's not a Buick but I have a 62 Catalina convertible. Here in S.E. Michigan.


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  7. 71staged

    71staged Well-Known Member

    Wow, very nice, Johnny. Once the weather improves, I would love to drive up to your place to meet.

  8. 70skylark350

    70skylark350 Well-Known Member

    I'm in the drop top club. I gotta be honest I was always a hard top guy, I just like the look better. Until I got this vert, Man nothing better than cruising with the top down on a nice day. My wife really loves riding in it as well..
  9. R69GS

    R69GS New Member

    We have a 69 GS 400, Crystal Blue, Pearl interior, original drive train

    Bill Gorman
    BCA 44900
  10. 1960 white over red, Buick Le Sabre drop top parked in my garage. Mostly original, numbers matching 364 nailhead 2 bbl w/PS, PB, Turbo Drive auto, working(most of t tm) clock ad original Sonomatic AM radio. Everything works...except the dash's idiot lights upon initial startup, and they work only intermittently.
  11. rrbnut

    rrbnut Well-Known Member

    Just got this one yesterday :Brow::Brow::Brow:

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  12. 69GSM21

    69GSM21 Silver Level contributor

    I just posted this video under member's rides, but I am so proud that I will do it again!!

    Below is my '69 4 speed car that I just got back together to the state you see here. The car is totally original and stock. I had to source a proper clutch fork and exhaust manifolds and that is all. I am still smiling since Monday....

  13. 74ragtop

    74ragtop New Member

    Burlington Ontario Canada here. Just acquired a 1974 Buick LeSabre Luxus convertible "stage 1" with 44,700 original miles. It's been in dry storage for 15 years. 1 of 197 built. It's a bit different than our 66 Chevy powered F100 but we're looking forward to getting into the project.


  14. 69 GS 400

    69 GS 400 Well-Known Member

    Nice find !
  15. memphiz_balla

    memphiz_balla Well-Known Member

    I'm in Atlanta. '72 Buick LeSabre 455/TH400, 3:42

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  16. BrianinStLouis

    BrianinStLouis Silver Level contributor

    1970 Skylark. 350 bench seat car. Currently not road worthy.

    In St Louis, Missouri.

  17. kraftee

    kraftee WOT Wannabe

    '67 Wildcat Custom - Gainesville, Florida

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  18. drspencer

    drspencer Well-Known Member

    I have a '71 GS convertible.

    My top operates correctly, but when in the down position, it doesn't seem to fully compress in the rear compartment. It seems like it's bunched up.

    When lowering the top, I know I'm supposed to stop halfway, and manually pull out the looped section (one 'loop' on each side of the car) of the top from the hinged mechanism.

    Am I supposed to do this at just one place on the top material?

    Does anyone have a link to literature showing proper raising/lowering instructions?

  19. Brian Albrecht

    Brian Albrecht Gold Level Monkey


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  20. 69 GS 400

    69 GS 400 Well-Known Member

    Very Nice !!!

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