1964 Buick Wildcat for sale 101032924
1964 Buick Wildcat
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1964 Buick Wildcat


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Classic Car Overview

In the 1960s you bought a Buick because you wanted style to go with your power. Today that spirit has made them a true unique cruiser. And in the case of this 1964 Buick Wildcat, and its original 401ci V8, there might be no more affordable way to get a classy classic with this much power. These full-size Buicks had some of the best designs for the era. The styling is a little more curvaceous than the Olds and Cadillac C-bodies, and the lime gold style paint goes nicely with Buicks premium image. The designers really understood what it took to make a full-size premium coupe. That meant distinctive front and rear styling with impressive center points. Plus, not only did the bumpers follow this unique design, but also the lower side trim artfully connects with these wraparound units creating one cohesive perimeter. And while the whole car has a very original-style feel to it, the upgraded 18-inch wheels add extra flair to enhance the cool cruiser personality. The green of the interior nicely coordinates with the exterior color. Plus, the textured tan inserts add comfort and distinction. So youll happily leave the windows down to show the interior of this pillarless hardtop. This was Buicks full-size offering so theres plenty of room for you to comfortably share the classic car experience with family and friends. Youll love grabbing the factory dual-spoke steering wheel that gives a clear view of those large and bright gauge pods. And the dash has a great original look, right down to the factory AM radio thats still on display. Under the hood youll find a 401 cubic-inch V8. Not only is that the upgraded displacement for the 64 Wildcat, but also the consignor states this is the original motor to the car. The same is also true for the three-speed automatic transmission. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this V8 makes the right kind of power. And Buicks of this era were especially concerned about torque. After all, thats what makes this Wildcat so eager when its pulling away from the stoplights. This is a powerful and affordable cruiser with true distinction. So dont let this Wildcat slip away, call today!!!

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    99,378 miles
  • Engine
    401 V8
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Automatic
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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