1967 Buick Electra 225

For 1967, the Buick Electra was restyled with a sweepspear body side design similar to the rest of the model line-up. It was Buick's largest vehicle for 1967, with a 126-inch wheelbase which it shared with the Buick Wildcat. The engine was a 360 horsepower V8 unit with overhead valves and 475 foot-pounds. The engine was mated to a Super Turbine automatic gearbox.

In the back of the car were full-width taillights. An Electra 225 script could be found on each rear fenders.

The Electra 225 was available as a sedan, hardtop sedan, and a two-door sport coupe. The Custom Series added a convertible to the lineup, which sold for $4,420. The Custom Series was more luxurious, with more comfortable cloth-and-vinyl interiors, and vinyl bucket seats optional on the convertible.


By Daniel Vaughan | Oct 2010

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