1966 Wildcat GS with 500hp pump gas 462 and Gear Vendors overdrive.

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  • ????? is almost done.....soon.


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Recent User Reviews

  1. BuickGSrules
    5/5,
    "WOW - just plain simple WOW!!"
    If it is ready for BG this year, I hope to be able to come and see it. Fantastic job you have done.
  2. 67skylark27
    5/5,
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    Gorgeous Car!!
  3. GranSportSedan
    5/5,
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    freakin awesome car WildBill. good job!!

User Comments

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  1. flynbuick
    As usual, great work Bill.
  2. Steve Schiebel
    Beautiful car, excellent restoration. Kudos!

    Contact this lady if you're interested in a '66 Wildcat 4dr Hdtp donor car. It's got a white bench interior, AC and a clean dash. 401 auto drivetrain is there too, but currently not running. It was a Cali car, but now resides in a pole shed (concrete floor) in WI. Bad is that it was purchased to use the front clip to restore a friend of mine's (now deceased) '66 Wildcat convert. Sheetmetal, trim, bumper, etc from cowl forward are junk. No idea on price wanted, you'll have to ask.

    lethasemail@yahoo.com
  3. gs66
    I really like that!
  4. 66electrafied
    In-freaking-credible!
    That car will be absolutely wicked once it's done!
  5. Smokey15
    Very nice, Wild Bill! Real attention to detail and some subtle mods that only will be noticed by "the right" folks. Love it!
  6. mineseats9
  7. moleary
    Exquisite!
  8. WQ59B
    Holy S- gorgeous work!
    Any measurements RE altering the floor for the GV? Considering such for my Invicta but hadn't thought that far ahead yet… and I was just talking about soundproofing for the floorpan...