Buick built the Skylark Motorama concept car for only two years, making 1,690 on the Roadmaster chassis in 1953 and only 836 on the lighter Century platform in 1954. The 1954 Skylark defined General Motors' concept of the personal luxury sports car. A luxuriously equipped 4-seat convertible, the Skylark is widely regarded as one of the most important designs of the Fifties, a "classic" of post World War II Detroit automobiles. Few Skylarks have been as carefully and sympathetically restored as this one, beautifully presented in Titian Red with the Red fender wells which make all '54 Skylarks stand out, the interior is luxuriously upholstered in Red leather and the package is attractively set off by a Black convertible top and Red top boot which matches the interior. The bodywork and panel fits are particularly impressive. It has a full complement of Skylark accessories and conveniences, including chrome wire wheels with wide whitewall tires. Its older restoration is still in excellent condition, showing the quality of the workmanship and materials, making this one of the finest and most usable Skylarks around, a car that can be used and enjoyed with pride and satisfaction.