Wednesday, June 18, 2014

1964 Buick Wildcat Convertible

Although it was originally based on the Invicta, Buick's Wildcat became a stand-alone model in 1963. Though more of a sport coupe or a highway cruiser than an all-out muscle car, the Wildcat still packed some punch under the hood in the form of a 325 HP, 401 CI V8, or an optional 360-horse 425. The Wildcat would last until 1970 before being replaced by the Centurion the next year. This Wildcat is one of the most patina-ed cars I've ever photographed, and looks like it has been (or had been) sitting for a long time.

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