Wildcat

Half an Engine: 1964 Buick Wildcat

Taking its name from a series of concept cars, the Buick Wildcat was sandwiched between the LeSabre and Electra for much of the 1960s. It was considered more of a performance-oriented full-size automobile, though it was available in a… more»

One Owner Barn Find: 1964 Buick Wildcat

Through most of the 1960s. Wildcat was the performance version of Buick’s full-size automobiles, sandwiched between the LeSabre and Electra. Unlike its temporary at Pontiac, the Grand Prix, the car was available in multiple body styles, including a 4-door… more»

Decent Driver: 1963 Buick Wildcat

What’s in a name?  Well, quite a bit, actually, when an automaker with a typically conservative reputation chooses to call one of their offerings a Wildcat!  But that’s one of the things I’ve always admired about Buick when every… more»

Nailhead V8: 1964 Buick Wildcat

From 1963 to 1970, the Wildcat was Buick’s performance-oriented full-size car. Its name was derived from a series of concept cars on display in the 1950s. The Wildcat was retired going into 1971 as the focus shifted from muscle… more»

Original 425: 1966 Buick Wildcat Hardtop

Some cars blend into the background like an automotive chameleon, while others make a bold statement that is impossible to ignore. As you look at the photos of this 1966 Buick Wildcat Hardtop, you probably won’t be surprised to… more»

Original 401: 1965 Buick Wildcat

The owner of this 1965 Buick Wildcat recently found it hidden away in a barn. A close inspection revealed a structurally sound classic that would make a rewarding and straightforward restoration project. He has coaxed its original V8 back… more»

Backyard Find: 1968 Buick Wildcat 430-4 Sport Coupe

Sitting in this garage is a classic car that will leave its new owners with a few choices to make. It is a 1968 Buick Wildcat, and it presents quite nicely as a driver-quality car. However, it seems that… more»

Grand Performance: 1965 Buick Wildcat 425

Update 9/17/2020 – Error, this Buick Wildcat is not a GS. How cool is “Wildcat” as a name for a car? In a day when cars are named “Telluride” or “Palisade” or an automobile company is called “Sellantis”, which… more»

Desert Survivor: 1969 Buick Wildcat

The Wildcat started out as the Buick Invicta’s sport model in 1962, and soon replaced the Invicta in the line-up. By that time, the car had a whole range of body styles, like this 1969 Wildcat four-door sedan. You… more»

Field Find: $2,500 1963 Buick Wildcat 401

The Buick Wildcat was introduced in 1962 as the sporty, 2-door hardtop version of the family-oriented Invicta and was so popular it became its own series the following year. The nameplate carried on through 1970, but the 1963 edition… more»

36K Miles! 1964 Buick Wildcat

A classic, beautiful and powerful two-door in white with a red interior, very low miles, and a 401 V8? Yes, please. I know that there isn’t one universal car that everyone loves, but I can’t see anything not to… more»

Pole Barn Find: 1962 Buick Wildcat With 12K Miles

Now here’s a for-real barn find and a pretty substantial discovery at that, a first-year, 1962 Buick Wildcat. The story goes that the previous long term owner’s husband purchased this car for her in late 1962 and she only… more»

Spotless Survivor: 1963 Buick Wildcat

Finding a rust-free 1960s classic that is ready to be driven and enjoy could never be considered to be a bad thing. That’s what the next owner could be scoring when they buy this 1963 Buick Wildcat Hardtop. It… more»

Big Block Beauty: 1970 Buick Wildcat 4-Door Hardtop

I guess that if a manufacturer makes the decision to end production of a car with a truly great model name, then they might as well go out in style. That is precisely the decision that Buick made when… more»

Viable Restoration: 1963 Buick Wildcat

This 1963 Buick Wildcat looks quite tatty and tired at first glance, but a closer look reveals that this car might be a bit better than first thought. You will find it listed for sale here on Craigslist. Located… more»

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