The 1964 Buick Wildcat was sportier and is adorned with loads of trim and brightwork. This extremely clean and preserved car has only traveled 63,672 miles since being built at the Flint, Michigan assembly plant. This car has had all the service and maintenance kept up to date over the decades and still features the original Desert Beige and Bronze Mist paint, Saddle upholstery, chrome and trim. The car looks spectacular and drives like a dream. Powered by the original numbers matching V-8 Overhead valve 401ci, 325hp engine. Features include power steering, power brakes, bucket seats, center console with floor shift, clock, AM Radio, Speed warning and Trunk release in glove box. Original documents include the Production Order Slip and even the salesman business card from Irv's Buick. Ride in style and comfort behind the wheel of this Buick.