1963 Buick Electra 225
The Buick Electra received a major restyling in 1962. Just about the only thing that stayed the same was the company’s signature “ventiports.” Under the hood, Buick equipped the car with a 401 cubic-inch V8 that provided a major power upgrade. And with gas costing about 31 cents a gallon, no one seemed to mind the decreased MPG.
The Electra was offered by Buick for more than three decades with several body styles; convertible, station wagon, sedan, and coupe. The Electra would be replaced by the Buick Park Avenue in 1991.