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The Last Year Of The Original Riviera Body Was Very Distinctive. Headlamps Were Stacked Vertically Behind The Fender Grilles, Which Opened When Lights Were Turned On And Taillamps Were Housed In The Bumper Bar. Riviera Emblems Appeared On Front Fenders And Deck Lid.
In 1965, the stylists under the tutelage of Bill Mitchell pulled out all the stops and designed headlamps hidden behind Working clamshell doors, which covered the headlamps in this one-year-only offering. Other than the covered headlamps, the 1965 version had a mild update on the grille, the rear quarter trim, the rear end, and a new rear bumper wheel now housed the taillamps.
CLEAN SOLID CALIFORNIA RIVIERA
Features On This Very Nicely Optioned Riviera:
401 ci V8 Engine
Automatic Transmission With Floor Shift
Woodgrain Trimmed Center Console
Tilt Steering Column
Power Drivers Seat
Remote Drivers Side Mirror
Rear Window Defroster
Stock Factory AM Pushbutton Radio
Paint In Arctic White
Black Vinyl Bucket Seat Interior
Whitewall Tires On Buick Rallye Wheels
Worldwide Enclosed Transporting / Financing Available
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.”