Restored ’63 Buick Wildcat Convertible to Be Raffled Off at High School Event

A club at East Syracuse Minoa (ESM) High School has restored a rare and beautiful ’63 Buick Wildcat convertible and will be raffling the vehicle off at a club event at the high school next month. It’s a pretty cool accomplishment for the students of the ESM Automotive Technology Club, who will use the Wildcat as the centerpiece of the 10th Annual Cruise-In/Open House/Car Show which will be held on Saturday, June 7.'63 Buick Wildcat

The restored Wildcat comes with a 401 cubic inch, 6.6L engine paired to an automatic transmission, it’s painted a brilliant Inferno Red with a white top and a blacked out interior, and it even features power steering, windows, and seats. The Wildcat, which is one of only about 6000 every produced, was donated to the club by Irving Goldman of Manlius and looks simply stunning in its refreshed state.

The beautiful ’63 Wildcat proves that luxurious and powerful cars are no recent development for the Buick brand—and we’re carrying the result of over fifty years of innovation and marvelous design in our inventory here at Warsaw Buick GMC. When you’re down salivating over the ESM students’ red restored Wildcat, come see us at Warsaw to salivate over models like the Verano and LaCrosse today.

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