For 1966 Buick performed a style change for the Le Sabre Invicta and Electra, giving these models a new body shape and allowing improved seating positions, legroom and vision. Coil Spring suspension was continued all around for 61, but the torque tube was replaced with a two section drive shaft with four universal joints. Engines, Dynaflow and Aluminum brakes remained the same as previous years.
The 1061 Buick Special was still based upon the 112 inch wheelbase unit construction body of previous years. Model included a four door sedan and a four door wagon . The special was powered by an all aluminum V-8 of 155 horsepower, connected to the new Split-torque automatic transmission.
Body shell for 67 has sweeping lines without trim. Rear wheel skirts are on all models. Vertical ports behind the front wheels begin full-length molding. The 430 mill is standard on the Wildcat.
New contoured front fender sports vertical trim channels. Low molding, rear wheel shirt stress sleek lines. Redesigned grille has Buick emblem. The 4-barrel 260-hp mill is an option.
Basic Silhouette is holdover from previous versions, 430-inch mill with 4 barrel carb. Turns out 360 HP and 475 Lbs. torque.
Automatic-level-control suspension is optional dual-brake system is the Buick Standard.