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    Wink Looking for a Centurion 1972 4dr hard top Brown and vinyl white top

    Hi guys (and girls),

    I'm new to this forum. I am looking for a Centurion 1972, 4 doors, hard top, brown with white vinyl top.

    Regards,
    Yvessss

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    What kind of shape does it have to be in?

    Welcome to the forums!
    Adam Martin
    BPG# 1358
    BCA# 39765
    1970 Buick Skylark Custom 455 Coupe


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    Hi SMartin,

    Would like to be in similar shape as your 71.

    Yvessss

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    I am currently restoring a '72 Buick Centurion. Maybe you are interested.
    John Michael

    -1972 Buick Centurion (Daily Driver)
    (8/1/2008) new cheap paint
    (9/23/2008) rebuilt trans, remounted trans, remounted engine, put in high stall high camshaft, put in torque converter kit, changed transmission fluid and filter 24 quarts, replaced flywheel, rechromed the rear bumper, repaired dents. (began the process of ordering new shocks/springs and rubber)

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    Do you have to have a vinyl roof? I am selling mine. Look at the cars for sell option. It's an antique gold with a little more brown hue to it then the factories original green hue. Tan interior, but no vinyl roof. Asking 3k for it.

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    I have a 72 for sale in the cars for sale section of the forum.It is antique gold with a tan vinyl top.

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    Default There is a NICE 73 4dr HT on Ebay now

    Yes, I know there's a pretty good difference if your really set on a 72 but this one looks to be in awesome shape.

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