A superb survivor, this Wildcat is all original except for one professional respray in Arctic White with a complimentary Blue interior. This car has had three documented owners from new. On May 15, 1963, Oscar Garvick purchased this car new from Mount Joy Buick in Hanover, Pennsylvania. Garvick's widow sold the car to Lennis Dedrick of York, Pennsylvania on April 16, 1991 and then it was sold to a New Hampshire owner who has kept the car well maintained and stored year-round in a climate control garage. This was the first year for the Wildcat convertible and this survivor is just one of 6,021 built that year. Powered by the V8 401CI engine with 425lbs of torque. 325HP at 4400RPM. Power steering, power brakes, power top, AM radio (crackling) with rear mounted speaker. Original trunk liner and spare and jack. Odometer shows 62,000 miles, believed original. In 2005, the car has 58,000 miles so just 4000 pampered miles driven in the past 13 years.
1963 Buick Wildcat - $35,000
|Paint||Arctic White (respray)|
|Door Panels||Blue Vinyl|
|Floor||Blue Loop Carpet|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|
|Engine||V8 401CI 325HP|