Despite Buick’s marketing materials using words like “technology” and “future”, and featuring an attractive, young and blonde female runner on multiple pages, I’m willing to bet the average age of a ’91 Skylark buyer was over 65.
In fact, the type of driver that comes to mind when seeing one of these Skylarks in image or in person (the latter of which is very uncommon in recent memory) is that it of a little old lady whose primary need for a car is to get to church and run local errands, rarely driving more than a few thousand miles per year and at speeds of over 35 miles per hour.
Given the condition of this car, I think it’s safe to say that my assumption could well indeed be true. However, I should note that I saw this Skylark out on a Saturday night. I was meeting a date and it was cold, so I didn’t stop for more pictures. That said, I guess even the little old ladies like to go out and have fun once in a while, and I couldn’t support it more.