This is a 3 owner always garaged convertible Buick riviera. It has been babied it's whole life and is looking for a great new home.
Car runs and drives out great. The paint and interior are in great condition.
Issues with the car currently are front and rear plastic valance pieces have cracking on them. The power steering pump has a small leak and the radio does not work.
The back window on the convertible is a little fogged up but the headliner is in great condition.
If you would like further pictures of any specific parts on the car I would be more than willing to send them to you via email. Just message me and I can shoot them over.
Yards of chrome were applied to the two-door coupe, which was a fashionable treatment in its day
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