The Buick Wildcat offers a roomier alternative to a muscle car. Offered from 1965 through 1970 the second generation Wildcat took styling cues from the popular 1963 Buick Riviera. The Wildcat was Buick's sportier full-size model that was designed to compete with the Impala SS, and Ford Thunderbird.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Buick Wildcat to the global market. This car is powered by a built Chevrolet 350 featuring Holley High Flow aluminum heads, Holley performance aluminum intake manifold, MSD ignition, Edelbrock 4 barrel carburetor, all mated to a Turbo 350 automatic transmission. The exterior features what appears to be the original chrome trim, original sill plates, and a convertible top with a glass rear window. The interior is very nice with a non-factory recovered bench front seat, aftermarket radio, all original gauges, additional oil pressure and volt gauges, and a GT steering wheel. This Buick Wildcat also features many creature comforts such as remote mirror adjusters, power top, a full-size spare, and power steering and brakes. Some other features include braided hoses, an oversized radiator, and electric choke. This car came out of Utah where the owner reported it never running hot even in the 110°F heat. This Wildcat has a nice clean dry undercarriage and starts up, runs and drives great.
Hagerty said that the Buick Wildcat, “might actually be the best deal for a higher-horsepower, full-size car right now. The problem is that we do not see many come to market all that often.” This is your opportunity to buy a full-size car for a fraction of the cost.