1963 Buick Electra 225 Convertible Wildcat 445
1963 Electra 225 restored classic with 95K miles.
The 225 stands for the overall length of the car of 225". At almost 19 feet long, this car commands attention. The nickname of "deuce and a quarter" is well known among the car crowd. Buick designers were so taken by her name,
they borrowed it for the crown jewel of the Buick line.
Equipped with a Wildcat 445 401 cubic inch V-8 with a single 4bbl, Buicks ”muscle car” power plant of choice. The 445 refers to the foot pounds of torque. Buick was one of the first manufactures to offer options such as power steering,
power brakes, and 12 volt electrical.
Features include: automatic transmission, air conditioning,
power windows, power seat, AM search tune radio, tissue holder, speed warning, power trunk release, power top, and radial tires. Also included is a set of bias ply tires. This car is flawless on the exterior as well as the interior. All the chrome is glossy with no pitting. The paint finish is glossy black and perfect, the fender skirts fit tight and flush. All of the weather stripping is in good condition and no dry cracks were found. The trunk is clean and dry with no rust; the undercarriage is solid with no visible rust found. The engine runs strong and smooth, great acceleration and the front end is tight. I would drive this car anywhere with confidence. Don’t miss out on this chance to own a very unique ride from the 60s era.
A real eye catcher that drives great!
Yes, I know you can buy them for $12K, and then you
spend $80K to make it look like this!
1963 BUICK ELECTRA 225 VIN DECODE
VIN #: 8J2023261
8 4800 series V-8 Electra 225
2 Southgate Cal.
023261 Production #
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