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Buick Wildcat Concept

Buick Wildcat Concept (1953)

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Buick was born in 1899 as Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company, a producer of an independent internal combustion engine and automobiles. This company was incorporated in May 1903 as Buick Motor Company, by Scotsman David Dunbar Buick, settling in Detroit, Michigan.

Also in 1903, the struggling company was acquired by James H. Whiting that transferred it to his native town Flint. To manage it...  more

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Wildcat II
Wildcat II
1954, 0cc, 0cv,
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Wildcat I
Wildcat I
1953, 0cc, 0cv,
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