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1971 Buick Skylark 'Clover'

1971 Buick Skylark 'Clover' in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Action, 2004

Class: Cars, Coupé — Origin: US

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1971 Buick Skylark 'Clover'

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1971 Buick Skylark 'Clover'

Picture provided by : SolanaBogon

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

poncho sd

2006-10-04 16:48

difficult one - a bit annonymous - like an Oldsmobile Cutlass with the awkwardness of a Rambler Marlin or an AMC Rebel (a car that AMC practically claimed was not as good as other muscle cars, but could still put up a good fight - that's confidence and good marketing right there)
www.classicsandmore.com/cars/70%20Cutlass%20storefront.jpg

faculty.concord.edu/chrisz/hobby/67-Marlin-items/OtherMarlins/66MarlinPostCard-L.jpg

www.classicmusclecars.com/images/showroom/2155_full.jpg

qwerty_86

2006-10-06 06:40

I've always thought of it as a Cutlass.

garco

2006-10-13 14:12

1969 Ford Torino:

nl.wikigta.org/index.php/Clover_%28GTA_San_Andreas%29

qwerty_86

2006-10-14 08:38

Rear pillar indicates otherwise:
www.motorcarportfolio.com/images/fordtorino69rf11.jpg

crossroads

2007-03-18 16:44

1971 Buick Skylark

qwerty_86

2007-03-22 23:10

Pretty close:
www.collectorcar.com/71-buick-skylark.jpg

Skid US (0)

2007-11-26 21:04

1968 Oldsmobile 442 is the closest thing I can find.

eaglewagon1

2007-12-12 02:54

i always thought cutlass too

Ali M5

2008-03-16 15:43

reminds me of a british ford escort mk3

DollySprint

2008-07-03 11:45

Ali M5 wrote reminds me of a british ford escort mk3

How does it remotely look like a MK3 UK Escort?

DAR1A-4L

2008-09-02 12:18

What about a 1973 Plymouth Satellite (especially concerning the rear view)

Skid US (0)

2008-09-02 22:36

The rear probably looks more like a 1972 Ford Torino than anything.

Caio Fivetech BR (1)

2008-10-04 00:24

GTO (the back)

Skid US (0)

2009-11-18 23:18

It does very strongly favor a 1968 Pontiac GTO.

bigblockbuicks1 US (0)

2009-11-24 01:36

this is defenntly NOT a 71 skylark.
www.scottlewisonline.com/images/71_slylark_green_plain_1.jpg
more like a modified '68 cutlass 442
www.familycar.com/Classics/Images/68Olds442.jpg

DAR1A-4L

2009-11-29 17:53

Definitely a 1974 Plymouth Satellite Coupé.
I've found this photo to prove it : media.motortopia.com/files/5760/vehicle/462670d4dcca2/PICT0001.jpg

leoz EN (0)

2009-12-15 21:01

Sweet, you're right, even the rear looks the same: imcdb.org/images/130/475.jpg
So '74 Plymouth Satellite Coupe. :D

chevyman105 US (0)

2010-01-07 04:09

GTO front, Mustang back

strike9 US (13)

2010-05-22 01:30

Id agree with it being a plymouth satelite

DodgeCharger1969

2010-08-19 23:39

1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport.

bigblockbuicks1 US (0)

2010-11-23 23:49

it is not a buick!!!!!!!!
i think a satellite is longer looking than this car
i still think '68 olds cutlass.
www.oldcarandtruckpictures.com/hantscountycarshows/hantsport2006/1968_Olds_Cutlass_442_rsvd=KRM.jpg
www.dansgarage.net/cars4sale/68%20cutlass_wag.jpg

79LincolnMarkV

2011-07-27 22:34

Definetly a 1968. That was the last year for the vent windows, but first year for the fastback muscle cars for GM. Now knowing that it is a '68, we know it can't be a skylark because those had more inset headlights and taillights were lower in back and more curved. None of the other muscle cars of that year looked close to this except the oldsmobile cutlass. Therefore, it must be a 1968 oldsmobile cutlass

ACE the ultimatum FI (37)

2011-12-17 08:09

Reminds me of Flatout's 'Overrunner'!

SolanaBogon FR (135)

2012-06-02 12:09

There is already a Cutlass: the "Sabre". So this one is a Skylark.

mastergogh ZA (0)

2012-08-05 12:30

I'd say a 68 Oldsmobile Cutlass with the headlights of a 69 Cutlass(I would have said a 69,but it doesn't have a split grille)andbody shape of a 68 Cutlass,and the back end of a 72 Gran Torino GT

generalle2 US (0)

2013-11-16 12:21

IDK why but this car was one of my favorites

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