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Wheels in the Grass

’63 Buick Wildcat, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

For the 1962 model year Buick introduced the Wildcat sport coupe to compete with Pontiac’s Grand Prix, and to some extent, the Ford Thunderbird. A year later, the Wildcat line expanded, adding a convertible and a four-door hardtop, while the Grand Prix and T-Bird remained exclusively as two-door hardtops for a few more years. This 1963 Buick Wildcat four-door been resting comfortably for a while now alongside a Niagara Falls used-car lot. When new it listed for $3,871 and there were 17,519 of them built, making it that year’s most popular Wildcat.  The LeSabre four-door sedan was the best-selling full-sized Buick for 1963, with a total of 64,995 produced.
— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know

’63 Wildcat brochure art