Buick’s opening advertising line for the Wildcat was: “Should only strong, steely-nerved men be permitted to drive this ’64 Wildcat?” Clearly, Buick was letting it be known that they had something special for those who wanted it.
That was 59 years ago. Today, this buick offers a wind in the hair experience and the freedom to cruise in effortless comfort, all with the benefit of no road tax and no MOT requirement. You can litterally run this car on the fuel and insurance only.
The car is structurally sound, but needs some cosmetic love, mainly to door cards and front bench seat. The roof mechanism is there, and new glass rear window is there, but the soft top roof needs renewing.
The car is structurally and mechanically sound, but needs some cosmetic love. Mainly to door cards and the front bench seat. The roof mechanism is there, and I have a rear glass sceen but the roof needs to be redone.
We are currently waiting on a new V5 which has just been started but this will come with a log book.