This custom 1965 Buick Riviera received a frame-off build and is
powered by a 6.0-liter LS V8 engine paired to a 4-speed automatic
transmission with integrated transmission control, a Lokar shifter
and Strange 9-inch posi-traction rear end. The engine features new
LS3 heads, a Stage 1 camshaft, new Holley front runner setup with
alternator, power steering pump, water pump, FiTech Ultimate LS
injection, an aluminum radiator and dual MagnaFlow exhaust. The V8
is fed by a stainless-steel fuel tank built by Rick's Tanks built
and features a built-in Aeromotive 340 fuel pump. This California
Black Plate car has RideTech air-ride suspension with remote
control as well as custom-built tubular upper and lower A-arms from
Scott's Hotrods. It sits on American Racing wheels measuring 20x8
inches up front and 20x9.5 inches at the rear. The wheels feature
Carlisle knock-offs and are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport tires.
The Buick features Wilwood disc brakes with a Wilwood brake
booster, master cylinder and adjustable proportioning valve. The
interior features a custom two-tone diamond tuck center interior
with matching trunk, as well as a new Painless wiring harness,
Vintage Air climate control and a Bluetooth stereo system. The
Dakota Digital gauges look original but are new and modern and
retrofitted into the factory dash. Additional features include an
Ididit polished steering column, wood-grain steering wheel and a
Billet grille to complement the working powered clamshells. It also
has rechromed front and rear bumpers, lower valance, clamshells,
taillights and lots of polished stainless steel. The car has new
glass all around, and the battery was relocated to the trunk with
an added kill switch. It has new emblems, NOS trunk lock, power
windows and power steering. ** PREVIEW
1965 Buick Riviera
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