DESCRIPTIONMy Buick Apollo was passed down to me from my grandma & grandpa. They purchased it 2 years after it's production in 1976 and have taken super good care of it ever since.. Until of course they parked it in their garage in 1996 where it stayed for 14 years. When they moved to western Washington from Idaho, my grandma offered it to me. I was thrilled..... But didn't see myself driving this car until i actually got it out & about. I absolutely love it and am in debt to g-ma forever. I'm use to V-8 power in my '77 Chevy Short Wide Bed pick up so it was a definite change of pace to thee ol' 3 on the tree & inline-6. But i am loving this Buick more & more every time I get to park it and walk backwards away looking and nit picking it. However I am in need of some advice about it. First, my suspension is in dire need of some work, on a strict budget. I love the stock & lowered look. Kinda like a sleeper with a stance that has attitude. Second, the 250 inline 6 that has been well taken care of but is completely bone stock. I'd like to open her up just a bit but stay tasteful. Any advice would help..thanx
TRIM & BODY STYLE
SUSPENSIONLeaf Spring Suspension
CONDITIONNeeds suspension work very badly.
DRIVETRAIN2 wheel drive - rear
DISPLACEMENT250 Cubic Inches
ORIGINALITYOriginal Engine - Matching Numbers
CONDITIONbone stock I-6 w/ the 3 on the tree behind it.