Category: Buick

1956 Buick Centurion

The General Motors Motorama shows of the 1950s were an extravaganza of design and spectacle, showcasing General Motors’ latest production cars plus dramatic concept cars that predicted the future of the automobile. All of...

1985 Buick Wildcat IV

Buick brought this radical concept to the '85 SEMA show in Vegas. This was the 4th out of 5 Buick concepts dubbed the Wildcat. There were 3 made in the '50s, this one in...

1955 Buick Wildcat III

The 1955 Buick Wildcat III was a 4-passenger reinforced fiberglass concept car. The back of the car had two bomb-shaped rear bumpers. The front also had two bomb-shaped bumpers that housed parking lights and...

1954 Buick Wildcat II

While sharing little in common with its predecessor, the Wildcat I, the Buick Wildcat II was recognized as the sportiest Buick build in the 1950s. Chief Designer Ned Nichols described the wildcat II as...

1953 Buick Wildcat 1

Buick developed a prototype vehicle called the Wildcat in 1953. This model came with a 322 cubic inch V8 engine that was rated at 188 horsepower. For its time, this vehicle was considered to...

2001 Buick Blackhawk

The Buick Blackhawk is a retro concept 2+2 convertible built by Buick in 2001. Its grille is based on 1939 Buicks and the concept car Buick Y-Job, while its main body is based on...

1938 Buick Y-Job

The Buick Y-Job was the auto industry's first american concept car, produced by Buick in 1938. Designed by Harley J. Earl, the car had power-operated hidden headlamps, a "gunsight" hood ornament, electric windows, wraparound...