It should be attached to the carburetor.
If it's an automatic, most likely a Turbo 350.
It should but definitely check with a GM dealer's service center.
In 67 Buick didn't have a 350. It would have been a 340 or a 300 possibly a 400.
The 350ci Small-Block V8 in the Buick Skylark could have anywhere from 140-260 hp.
Chevy and Buick shared the same block-to-trans bolt pattern back then.
Chevy 350 is just what we call that motor because Chevy is the most popular of the gm lines, but really its a GM 350. Having said that, a Buick, Pontiac, Chevy, or Oldsmobile motor are the same motor for the most part. There are som exceptions with the Cadillac motors but that's an other story. should be smoothe sailing for you.
either the timing is off or you have a plug wire crossed.
12 degrees btdc.
The Chevrolet 350 V8 does not have a timing belt. It has a chain.The Chevrolet 350 V8 does not have a timing belt. It has a chain.
There are many tell tale signs. Color, Chevy will be orange, light blue, or black. Buick has pretty much, anyway, been proud of that gold. The valve covers on a SBC, will be flat on the top. Buick are usually more rounded, and say Buick, on them. The SBC water pump will extend out to make room for a timing cover, Buick houses them together.