Credit: Original article published by Barrett-Jackson.
At 70 years old, this factory-spec 1953 Buick Roadmaster Skylark is a limited-production variant of the Buick Roadmaster. The Skylark was at the top of the Buick range and was offered exclusively as a convertible. This was the American-built, ultra-modern sports car of the time. This example of one of 1,690 built. It is powered by a 322ci OHV Fireball V8 engine, which was available in 1953 and 1954. This engine is mated to an automatic transmission. This vehicle boasts a Cream paint job with a two-tone white and red interior, along with a black convertible top. It is equipped with whitewall tires on all four corners. This vehicle was specially built for Dr. T.A. Miller, which is shown on the factory steering wheel.