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    KiwiJeff

    Hi all, I'm a Buick fanatic from way back; my '68 Wildcat HardTop I've owned for 27 years; (payed NZ$2,450 for it); my wife has owned her '67 Electra HdTp for 23 years, (both our everyday vehicles) I bought that on a trip to the States in 1996 for US$150 in Bakersville CA; I'm restoring a '68 Wildcat Custom Sports Coupe ( bought on e-bay in 2008 for USD$740.) & a '66 Skylark convertible that I'm rebuilding a 425 Nailhead with dual 500 Edelbrocks & a switch pitch ST 400 trans for, & lastly, a '63 Wildcat Sports Coupe ( that's quite a project, but has good bones); these are my Buicks, I also own a '66 Pontiac Tempest Custom convertible with a 400 pontiac big block, a '79 Pontiac TransAm, a '79 GMC High Sierra that's jacked up & lastly a Modified '43 Willys Jeep I'm building from scratch with a CJ7 chassis, diffs, 4 speed manual & a '66 Buick 300 cu.in V8 for power; so, that's about it from where I'm at...cheers

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    Wow. That's impressive. Are any of them right-hand drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwijeff View Post
    Hi all, I'm a Buick fanatic from way back; my '68 Wildcat HardTop I've owned for 27 years; (payed NZ$2,450 for it); my wife has owned her '67 Electra HdTp for 23 years, (both our everyday vehicles) I bought that on a trip to the States in 1996 for US$150 in Bakersville CA; I'm restoring a '68 Wildcat Custom Sports Coupe ( bought on e-bay in 2008 for USD$740.) & a '66 Skylark convertible that I'm rebuilding a 425 Nailhead with dual 500 Edelbrocks & a switch pitch ST 400 trans for, & lastly, a '63 Wildcat Sports Coupe ( that's quite a project, but has good bones); these are my Buicks, I also own a '66 Pontiac Tempest Custom convertible with a 400 pontiac big block, a '79 Pontiac TransAm, a '79 GMC High Sierra that's jacked up & lastly a Modified '43 Willys Jeep I'm building from scratch with a CJ7 chassis, diffs, 4 speed manual & a '66 Buick 300 cu.in V8 for power; so, that's about it from where I'm at...cheers

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    I bought that on a trip to the States in 1996 for US$150


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