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Good looking Riviera. I purchased two 1966’s about 6 months ago for $800. One is a GS model complete and the other is regular Riv, which will be used as a parts car. Both cars have the original 425 nail head motors. I can’t wait to to get the GS back on the road!
Nice! Do you have any pictures of the Rivs?
CHAD I AM SORRY I DID NOT SEE THIS BEFORE THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMENT I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS CAR!
Iam glad you did..because i had too
Dan nice lincoln !
I HAD A1972 DARK BROWN WITH A CREAM VINYL TOP IT HAD 455 CID AND IT RAN GREEAATT! I WISH I NEVER SOLD IT BUT LIVE AND LEARN!
Mine was that Pearl white also and had the 5-starred Buick rims.
I bought mine I was 21 years old in 1975 from my neighbor for $125.00 only thing wrong was the back window blew out from the heat building up inside the car in summer.
I had one like that with a “465 wildcat” origional engine///On the Wildcat 465 versions, a four-barrel carburetor was standard. Two four-barrel carburetors could be ordered as well. This version was called “Super Wildcat” and came standard on the 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport.
I would love to have a 63 blew it 30 years ago could have 2 for 100.00 one complete one parts.
1967 was my favorite! Mine was pearl white and had a beautifully detailed, ( chrome ), and built ’72 455 CI for power. As they say, “passed everything but a gas station”. -)
My Neibor has a blue one of these but a 67 with I think a 427, Beautiful car.
thats awesome man i envy u for owning that awesome car 🙂
Mine was white with black interior. Had 401 cubic inch 4barrel, dual exhaust and was super fast. Had it up to 120 MPH with pedal still left when I shut it down cuz of the rain.
hot mama! I’m in love.