No these are different styles. The bumpers will not interchange.
the front frame horns are different
No. It will fit the 1966 and 1967 Chevelle only. A 1967 Skylark hood will fit if you can find one.
I know of no gold edition made in 1967. Buick did offer an Olympic Gold edition of the 1996 Skylark to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Olympic Games.
should be the same identical frame as they are both A bodies.
Floor mats for 1967 Buick Special-Special Deluxe-Skylark-GS340-GS400 Also California GS were all Rubber with the White Buick Tri Shield and were color matched to the interior of the car.
Chevy and Buick shared the same block-to-trans bolt pattern back then.
Probably around 16 mpg. I had a 1969 LeSabre once and the best I got out of it was 18.6 on the freeway.
1966 and 1967 skylark conv. Use the same frame. Called gm a body chevelle , lemans,skylark were all the same. The convertible used a full box frame for extra support.
In 67 Buick didn't have a 350. It would have been a 340 or a 300 possibly a 400.
Try a Auto Salvage yard an you might get lucky. Might find one on Ebay. You can also just buy a generic one and use it.
The Answer is yes! Buick sold the engine tooling to AMC in the late 60's and bought it back around 73 and started to put it in to Buick Apollo's, Skylark's and Century/Regals in 1975.