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1964 Buick Wildcat for SALE

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I'm selling my 64 Buick Wildcat convertible. 60,100 miles. I have all the paperwork, bill of sale, build sheet and all the paperwork for everything that was ever done to it. I am the 3rd owner. Previous owner owned it for 39 years and was the accountant in a Buick dealership. ALL the documentation. Owner repainted it himself. Drives great but its not a showcar...

     Car is needy however. Needs paint and an interior. Engine is tight and solid, rebuilt last winter. 1 spot of rust. Bucket seats, console and stock Buick tach. 

     Radio doesn't work, passenger door window doesn't work either. It is a solid car, solid floorpans and frame.

     I took a new job, and I am looking to downsize. $8,000. Email for pictures. I'll take a set tomorrow...

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Currently located in Milford, CT.

I have Rally wheels on it but not original, it came with hubcaps. I put on new tires.

No power seats. Top is good, and works. May be original, I don't know, but if it was replaced, it was a while ago...

Pictures tomorrow (Saturday).


445 Wildcat engine (401), new Rochester carb, console with tach.

Heater and cables all work, new fan. new master cylinder and brake booster. new brake hardware all around. Original aluminum front drum brakes. ST 400 transmission. No holes in floorboard or trunk.

I have a complete spare interior in blue (4 door panels, buckets, rear bench), including a power drivers seat. Many spare parts.

Originally the car was silver, 2nd owner painted it white himself... he was an accountant... Interior is black. Little to no rust.


Pete - relax... just say '...where is the car...?' I don't need your attitude.





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I have more pictures.

Radio doesn't work.

Passenger side window doesn't work.

Solid car, no rust in trunk, frame or floorboards.

Clean and runs like a champ, I had it out today... 401, ST400. Many new parts... starter, water pump, carb, master cylinder and brake booster. New aluminum radiator. Hoses, thermostat, top end just redone, new cam & timing chain, solid car, take a look...



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