For sale in our Chicago showroom is this very classy 1966 Buick Riviera. This very original car is truly a sight to be seen. Sporting its original Arctic White color and the original Plum interior, this is a rare car for sure! The torquey Wildcat 425 V8 engine makes a healthy 340 horsepower, which is surely enough to put a smile on your face, and keep it there! The 3-speed automatic transmission glides through the gears with no hesitations or "clunks," as some cars develop with age. While the Buick nameplate is traditionally more of an upscale name, nothing with a V8 should be exempt from having a good time and making some noise while doing it! A set of glasspack-style mufflers have been fitted making this Wildcat motor breathe easier, and definitely louder! The soft whistle of a factory exhaust has been replaced with this authoritative rumble. All of the road manners of this Buick are sure to impress anyone, as it just eats the road for miles on end. Options on this personal luxury cruiser include: Air-Conditioning, AM/FM/CD player, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Windows, Seat Belts, and Radial Tires. For more information on this stunning 1966 Buick Riviera, contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488 or Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more HD photos and an HD video of this vehicle running and driving, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com.
Yards of chrome were applied to the two-door coupe, which was a fashionable treatment in its day
I was 16 years old when the Riviera first appeared at the local Buick dealership in Redding, California.
The Buick Riviera debuted in October 1962 to tremendous acclaim, its uniquely beautiful “knife-edge” styling
This summer, Hagerty introduced a new tool for those interesting in the classic car marketplace, launching the Hagerty Vehicle Rating.
The Pick of the Day, a 1953 Buick Super Riviera, is such a build featuring subtle modifications for an overall exceptionally clean look.
I bought my 1964 Buick Riviera in 2012. The owner told me the car was purchased new by his aunt and uncle in Glendale, California.
My grandfather was a prominent chiropractor in the Washington D.C. area. He was very successful. He had the best of everything. He loved his cars.
“It’s just an iconic piece of American automobile design.”