The Buick Sport Wagon was an innovative mid-sized station wagon, based on the new GM A platform (RWD). It was 5 inches longer than other Skylark four-door sedans and wagons. It featured a raised roof and skylights over the cargo and second seat area.
The Buick Sport Wagons were built in three generations, spanning 1964-67, 1968-69, and 1970-72.
The 64-67 Sport Wagon had a skyroof that consisted of four tinted glass panels surrounding the elevated section of the roof.