Ideas about a 1972 Skylark GS Stage 1 Vert

Slithr

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Weird first message, I guess. My brother-in-law just inherited a 72 Skylark GS 455 Stage 1 4-speed convertible. Unfortunately it's in pieces, fortunately it looks like it's probably all there and in pretty reasonable shape. Stored in a weather tight garage. He's trying to figure out what to do with it. He isn't going to assemble it himself. Is this forum a good place to find folks that might be interested or can point him in the right direction? Appreciate the help.
 
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MelsRegal

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Try finding local car clubs that would know of restoration businesses in your area.
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LARRY70GS

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V8buick is the best place to go for information. Check the VIN number, it should start with 4G67V2H________ if it is a GS455 Stage1. If it is, it is worth putting it back together.

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BirdBrain

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Weird first message, I guess. My brother-in-law just inherited a 72 Skylark GS 455 Stage 1 4-speed convertible. Unfortunately it's in pieces, fortunately it looks like it's probably all there and in pretty reasonable shape. Stored in a weather tight garage. He's trying to figure out what to do with it. He isn't going to assemble it himself. Is this forum a good place to find folks that might be interested or can point him in the right direction? Appreciate the help.
Please call me. I'd like to make an offer on his GS. Matt 949-466-9873
 
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