Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is please to present the 1967
Buick Wildcat convertible. Buick had been building cars for the
American public for over 100 years and they are one of the longest
running names in automotive history. Taking their seat just behind
GM sibling Cadillac, the Buick brand has always been known for
building quality automobiles with style, luxury, power, and grace.
In the 1960s, with the world changing and the American car buying
public changing too, Buick took on some new ideas and really
stepped up their game with exciting new models like the Riveria,
Gran Sport and Wildcat. Still geared toward the idea of building an
elegant, yet not to flashy car, Buick made sure to pack those new
vehicles with exciting V8 power with big displacement engines like
the 401 Nailhead, 425, 430, and 455. The Wildcat name was used a
lot under the hood of many Buick models from and also wore its
badge of honor outside the vehicle from 1962 through 1970. Debuting
in 1962 as a trim package and becoming its own model in 1963, the
Wildcat was sort of a banker's hot rod. Having style and
sophistication, yet still packing a punch at the accelerator. The
Wildcat was a great stable mate to internal competition like the
Oldsmobile Starfire and Chevy Impala SS and other cars like the
Mercury Marauder and Chrysler 300 series. Our featured '67 Wildcat
convertible is a job to drive with plenty of power provided by its
430 cubic inch V8 engine with a 4-barrel carburetor and 3-speed
automatic transmission. The car is finished in off with a
complimenting red pinstripe running the length of the vehicle and
black vinyl interior. Other features of the car include a power
convertible top, power steering and brakes, power windows and a
power front bench seat. The Buick sits on the quintessential
5-spoke 15-inch Buick rally wheels with Hankook Optimo thin white
wall P235/77R15 1088 tires. Take a ride in a piece of American
history in the 1967 Buick Wildcat, available from Gateway Classic
Cars of Milwaukee!
1967 Buick Wildcat
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