1965 or 1966 Wildcat convertible

Discussion in 'Cars wanted' started by jonmil, Mar 21, 2024.

  1. jonmil

    jonmil Well-Known Member

    Hi guys I'm helping a friend search for a Wildcat convertible. He is in his 70s and not looking for a restoration project. He wants to buy a nice car (in his words). 1965 0r 1966 Thanks.
  2. Briz

    Briz Founders Club Member

    Just about finished with this one. Just detailing the trunk and under the hood.. Runs and drives perfect. 0 Rust.
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  3. jonmil

    jonmil Well-Known Member

    Briz, Its beautiful can you message me with the details, location, price etc Thanks Jon
  4. Briz

    Briz Founders Club Member

    Sent you a PM with the info several days ago. Drove the car yesterday and loved every min of it. Going to take her to church this morning .
  5. 86hawkturbo

    86hawkturbo Active Member

    Friend of mine has an awesome 65 cat conv white blue gut console tack auto buckets not cheap
    he is asking 44,000 if interested contact Skip Boyer 717 476 7295
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  6. Briz

    Briz Founders Club Member

    Being that these cars are 2 yr only body style and a very limited production of convertibles finding a "nice" car on the cheap will not be easy. When I was looking for mine the nice ones that needed very little to nothing were 35 - 40K. I bought a fairly solid builder under 5000$ and then spent 35-40K.
  7. buickbonehead

    buickbonehead WOT Baby!

    Briz, did it come with the rare headrests? Or did you track those down?

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