350 V8, Hatchback, Original Paperwork!

PJ's Auto World is pleased to offer this 1974 Buick Apollo for Sale. Showing 34,383 miles. 350 V8 engine, 3 speed automatic transmission, power steering, front power disc brakes, factory A/C car (needs a new compressor), dual exhaust, 15” Chrome Buick Rally Wheels, yellow exterior with gold pin stripe, brown vinyl top, color keyed sport mirrors, hatchback, tan bench seat interior, fold down rear seat, shoulder belts, original papers and documentation. This X Body GM Classic is an incredibly RARE find and would be a great addition to any Buick Enthusiast's Collection!

History of the Apollo:

The Buick Apollo is a compact car that was manufactured from 1973 to 1975 by Buick. It was based on the GM X platform along with the Oldsmobile Omega, Chevrolet Nova, and the Pontiac Ventura. The car was named for the Greek god Apollo.

It was available as a coupe, two-door hatchback, or four-door sedan. The two-door models were renamed Skylark for 1975; only the sedan carried the Apollo nameplate for that year.

The Apollo was powered by a standard 250-cubic-inch (4.1 L) Chevrolet inline six or an optional 350-cubic-inch (5.7 L) Buick V8, available with either a two- or four-barrel carburetor. A three-speed manual transmission was standard, with a three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic optional. The Oldsmobile 260 was added as the base V8 option for 1975.
Standard equipment on the Apollo included a semi-closed cooling system, manual brakes with finned front drums, coil spring front suspension with stabilizer bar, extensive use of insulation and sound deadening materials, flow-through ventilation system, full-foam seats, front and rear ashtrays, reinforced front bumpers, carpeting, roof drip moldings, and front and rear wheel opening moldings.

Options included variable-ratio power steering, power drum or power front disc brakes, E78x14 bias-belted tires, custom cloth interior trim, convenience center storage compartment, tilt steering wheel, climate control air conditioning with low Freon detector switch, rear window defogger (blower), tinted glass, sport mirrors with drivers remote control, bumper protective strips with white accent stripe- front and rear, bumper guards front and rear, color-coordinated body protective side moldings, deluxe wheel covers, deluxe wire wheel covers, chrome-plated styled wheels (Buick rally wheels) and a custom vinyl top. Steel-belted tires were introduced in 1975.

There was no conventional antenna mounted on the body of the car. Instead, two wires were embedded in the layers of glass.















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5.7L V8


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