In 1950 Buick produced its very first Riviera, a 2-door hardtop.
What a beauty even before its restoration. Now you are looking at a
street legal creation that exceeds all expectations. This beauty
began its rebuild journey as a garage kept, family jewel in western
Kansas. From day one everything was planned to very well with no
short cuts, and no expense spared. The powerplant is a 496-crate
motor with a Weiand 872 mega blower. The base engine dyno'd at
520HP and according to Weiand the 871 BBC mega blower puts on out
about 200HP to that. So, you will be sitting at the top of roughly
750 horse. It is exciting as you will see once the beauty becomes
yours. Driving a machine with a blower does require some adjustment
space and alignment everywhere, in decided subframe both the front
and the rear. The front end is a late model SS Camaro and the rear
setup is 4 Bar with strange axles and mosey assembly. Of course,
this beauty has all the cool stuff too. Power steering, power
brakes, Power windows, AC, and more . The Carson top is hand made
from tubular and rolled aluminum with a chop. The cooling system is
from a late model chevy dually pickup (7.4L) with double bypass.
The AC is vintage air. The seats are Lincoln Continental. The
interior and trunks are ultra-leather with asolid headliner. The
wheels are Budnick. The rear tires are MT Sportsman. This dream car
has less than 500 miles driven. There is nothing else that can make
this better than it is. I hope that you will love and enjoy this
car as much as its previous owner has. For more information on this
1950 Buick Riviera for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos
of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link:
https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1222 . You may also
call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or email us at
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