1966 Buick Wildcat Convertible
This Buick Wildcat is just plain impressive. It is large in keeping with the mid-60s GM styling and the Red Jewell tint coat paint is striking, the previous owner says was repainted 14 years ago. The current owner had the vehicle fully serviced from top to bottom in 2019. It is not surprising that this beauty has won over 100 trophies including best of show, best paint and best engine compartment.
The Buick Wildcat represents the top of the line for Buick when it came to performance, luxury and cachet. The convertibles are particularly rare.
Not only is the exterior stunning, the black leather custom interior is pristine. The black leather seats look like no one has ever ridden in them. New floor mats have been installed and a new GM trunk kit. Even the engine compartment is in exceptional condition. It is hard to believe this beauty has 96,000 original miles, per owner. It looks like has never been driven.
Nestled in the super clean engine compartment is a Buick 401 cu.in. V8 with a Carter 4 barrel that develops 325 h.p. The transmission is an automatic 3-speed with floor-mounted shifter.
The convertible top is in soft-white vinyl fabric. Also comes with a custom California cover that is the same color of the exterior.
These Wildcat convertibles are very special so they represent an opportunity to enjoy a classic you will seldom encounter even in car shows.
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 401 V8
- Body Color
- Red Jewel Metallic
- Body Style
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console