The year 1967 brought an all-new engine to the Wildcat line (along with the Riviera and Electra 225) – a 430-cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carburettor and 360 hp (268 kW) rating that featured larger valves for better breathing than the previous 401/425 nailhead design that dated back to Buick’s first V8 in 1953. It has a 10.25:1 compression ratio and a four-barrel carburettor, with max power reached at 5,000 rpm and 475 lb-ft (644 Nm) of torque at 3,200 rpm – all SAE gross values. The 430 was relatively short-lived as it was only offered through the 1969 model year. For 1970, the 430 was superseded by the largest Buick V8 engine ever – a 455-cubic-inch engine that was basically a boring version of the previous engine with the same large-valve design and a horsepower rating of 370, and a torque rating of more than 500 pounds. Also, 1967 and 1968 saw the addition of new federally mandated safety equipment that provided better occupant protection in a collision, and accident avoidance features as well. Like other full-size U.S. cars of the late 1960s, the Buicks became bigger, plusher, and less economical.
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