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While the GM H platform was originally intended to battle the cheap, gas sipping Japanese sub compacts, they have since found life as small muscle cars. With modification, these cars can support powerful small block v8s. The Monza did come from the factory with v8s, these engines were underpowered and choked with smog equipment. With a modern aftermarket engine, transmission, and posi rear end, even the Skyhawk, Starfire, or Sunbird can run with the big dogs. I myself had a 1976 Skyhawk equipped with a 327, four speed manual, and 4:23 rear end. These little cars can be a lot of fun, and pretty darned quick.
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The early FWD Skyhawk
The article needs an image of the early J-Body Skyhawk, like this- http://www.carspace.com/mr_buick_regal/Albums/buick/1984%20Buick%20Skyhawk%20T-Type.jpg/photo/v./photo.jpg The major difference is the headlight arrangement. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Bizzybody (talk • contribs) 05:48, 19 December 2008 (UTC)