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Old 08-26-2013, 06:58 AM
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Buick Sport Wagon 1968-1969

A body redesign for 1968 featured sweeping "S-shape" side sculpturing, while the wagon's roof replaced the previously-used split main skylight with a one-piece skylight over the second-row seat, which carried over to 1969. The lengthwise skylights along the cargo area remained the same.

The 1964-69 Sport Wagon models rode on a 121-inch (3,073 mm) wheelbase. This allowed for optional third row seats that was not available on the smaller 116-inch (2,946 mm) wheelbase Special and DeLuxe wagons.

Engine choices included 2 350 V-8's shared with the Skylark line and a 400 cubic inch "big block" also available in the GS series.

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