1967 Buick Wildcat Convertible
1 OF ONLY 2,276 EXAMPLES PRODUCED
METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED SURVIVOR W/ 69,750 MILES
BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED AND PROPERLY GARAGED
ORIGINAL ARCTIC WHITE PAINT OVER RED INTERIOR
DESIRABLE LONG-TERM WEST COAST VEHICLE
360 HP 430 CI WILDCAT V-8/SUPER TURBINE AUTOMATIC
VERY WELL EQUIPPED WITH FACTORY FEATURES AND OPTIONS
FRESHLY SERVICED, DETAILED, AND READY TO DRIVE AND ENJOY!
Introduced for 1962 and produced through 1970, Buicks Wildcat exemplified full-size performance, Buick style with plenty of class, luxury, and the power to humble many more overt performance cars with ease. While the 1962 Wildcat was a subseries of the Invicta Sport Coupe, the Wildcat was a unique Buick series from 1963 to 1970. While aimed at the performance-minded owner/driver, the Wildcat would include four body styles from 1963 through 1970, including 2- and 4-door sedan, and glamorous convertible. Chiseled bodylines, luxurious interiors, and restrained bright trim suggestive of power and speed defined Wildcats throughout their run, backed up by a succession of large-displacement Buick engines. By 1967, Buick unveiled new engines offering the same or greater power and easier maintenance than the prior Nailhead designs. For its part, the Wildcat was powered in 1967 by a 430 cubic-inch powerplant belting out 360 factory-rated horsepower on tap.
Positioned above the LeSabre lineup, the Wildcat series was quite popular and catered to Buicks faithful buyers and provided a family-friendly alternative to other flashier high-performance cars. This meticulously maintained 1967 Buick Wildcat convertible is an exceptionally fine exemplar of the Wildcat concept and it is quite rare as one of just 2,276 produced. Just 69,750 miles are indicated and this Wildcat certainly looks it, with such great preservation suggesting attentive and careful ownership and storage throughout its lifetime. The Artic White paint finish is original and looks great, complemented by red interior upholstery, a black power convertible top, blacked-out Wildcat grille, and handsome Buick road wheels. Factory options are abundant, including power brakes and steering, a power-adjustable front seat, tilt steering wheel, power windows, an AM pushbutton radio, and power antenna. A full-size spare wheel/tire resides inside the Wildcats trunk. A recent service and detailing makes this rare and outstandingly preserved 1967 Buick Wildcat convertible ready for cruising and touring enjoyment along your favorite stretch of open road. Contact us now and see this beautifully preserved and presented Wildcat convertible, obtain full details, and prepare to add this fabulous car to your collection today!