Collector's Dream Cars Las Vegas LLC proudly presents...
An immaculate 1967 Buick Riviera GS! This vehicle needs no restoration and is ready to enjoy now!
This cars story:
This car spent the last 20 years in a climate-controlled garage in rural Iowa. Driven only periodically, this gem has all the original equipment offered in 1967.
Boasting a big block V8 430. The original owners of these cars used it as a “family car”, but we promise you, after he dropped the wife & kids off, he let the horses run! Elegant muscle!
A pristine 1967 Riviera Grand Sport. Not only is this car drive-able, but it is show worthy and is a fine example of a truly rare and beautiful piece of history. Everything from the exterior paint to the fine and well-kept interior, this vehicle is one of the finest specimens of Collectors Cars and deserves to find a home with the finest of car connoisseurs. It cruises the highway effortlessly and is super fun to drive block to block!
As General Motors' first entry into the personal luxury car market segment, the Riviera was highly praised by automotive journalists upon its high-profile debut. The ground-up design that debuted for 1963 was also Buick's first unique Riviera model, and it pioneered the GM E platform.
Unlike its subsequent GM E platform stablemates, the Oldsmobile Toronado and Cadillac Eldorado, the Riviera was initially a standard front engine/rear-wheel drive platform, only switching to front-wheel drive starting for 1979.
RWD (rear-wheel drive)
GM Buick Big-Block V-8 430
Valves per cylinder: 2
7041 cm3 / 429.7 cui
246 kW / 335 PS / 330 hp (SAE gross) / 5000
624 Nm / 460 ft-lb / 3200
Inquiries please call Michael 702-544-0235, [email protected]