1967 Buick Wildcat Custom Convertible $10,000

Discussion in 'Cars for sale' started by Puddin422, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    This is a very rare car. There were only 2279 total Custom Convertibles made in 1967 and only around 500 optioned like this one (I'm told). Car runs and drives great! It will need a new top. The floor pans have some rust but are not rusted out. Front seats are not pictured. They need to be recovered. I just bought the ones that are in it until I could get them done. $80,xxx original miles.

    *Power seats
    *Power windows
    *Power top
    *Cruise control
    *Air conditioning
    *Factory column shift
    *Wildcat Custom Convertible

    Click to enlarge pics. Asking $10,000. Cash talks! Located in Crossville, TN (between Nashville and Knoxville along I-40). 931 210 0244

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  2. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

  3. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    The car is still available. We had to end the auction early due to an unexpected trip out of town. Will entertain possible trades. Not really looking for another classic car, but maybe a truck, bike, car trailer, race car..
     
  4. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    Price drop - $6500!!
     
  5. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    Here are a few more pics of the car! By the way, the car is stored indoors. The leaves are not from being parked outside! We had been working on it outside, and it was during the couple of weeks that the leaves were falling like crazy. We'd pull it out of the shop to work, then pull it back inside when we were done everyday. We rushed to get pics online and didn't vacuum them yet. THE CAR IS STORED INDOORS!!





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  6. Junkman

    Junkman Well-Known Member

    This looks like my old Wildcat with the exception of the primer paint job. Mine was red on an original white car.
     
  7. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Would you consider a project truck? Have a 79 J-10 Jeep that I was planning to drop a 350 in someday. Its a retired Tenn Hwy dept truck and I've had it since 03. Bought it in Christ church Tenn ( I think)
     
  8. Junkman

    Junkman Well-Known Member

    The more I look at the photos, the more this Wildcat looks like the one I had and sold a few years ago with the exception of the mileage. Mine had over 100K miles on it and I sold it to a guy in Plant City,Fl. Does this have a posi rear and automatic level control ?
     
  9. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Ill throw in the 350 also. Truck drove to where its now parked and with a little coaxing will drive onto a trailer with no problem.
     
  10. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    I'm sorry. I forgot to check on this post!! We really need the cash right now. Price drop to $5500. Please call Jim at 931-210-0244. He may take that trade. I'm not sure. We need the money more than we need another toy. ;) I know he'd trade for something that would replace his daily driver, for sure. He likes 4 door 4x4 trucks and SUVs.
     
  11. BK455

    BK455 Platinum Level Contributor

    Interested, p.m. sent waiting for description of condition of car. Body panels, rust etc as per p.m.

    Dennis
     
  12. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    The first and third pics in post #5 show the trunk rust and firewall rust spots. I don't have pictures of the floor pans, but we are a family of 4 and climb all over getting into the car and have zero concern doing so. Honestly, we work 100 hours a week right now and it's very hard to get additional pics at this time.
     
  13. BK455

    BK455 Platinum Level Contributor




    Okay, I appreciate you getting back with some info. How about the body panels, have any of them reworked? Patches to rear quarters? Dents? I just need enough info to go on.

    Thank you very much,

    Dennis

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    Okay, I had to save the pic and zoom in on that area on the firewall. I am going to pass for now, but would love to talk to someone so I will be calling the phone number in one of the posts above, just not sure who that person is. Do they actually own the car? Will be calling soon.
     
  14. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    Yes, that's my husband's number. He/we own the car. His name is Jim.

    Were you not able to click on each pic to enlarge? I can email the full size pics.
     
  15. BK455

    BK455 Platinum Level Contributor

    I was able to save them then enlarge them. But you have no mention of there being any rust on the firewall or fenders, so looking for rust holes that we don't know exist, don't pop right out at us like they do for you because you know where they are. I am going to call your husband first chance I get.
     
  16. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Member

    Re: 1967 Buick Wildcat Custom Convertible SOLD

    Sold.
     

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