SOLD.....PPG Dream Car Award winner is a one of a kind Riviera professionally built starting with a 60K original mile car. The body is absolutely arrow straight, the fit and finish is spectacular and finished in a PPG Brandywine base/clear coat finish. The bumpers have been re-chromed and all other chrome and stainless is in excellent shape with a billet grill. Power comes from an LS1 engine, 4L60E automatic overdrive transmission, power disc brakes up front with drums in the rear, power steering, Vintage A/C Gen IV, power windows. Built on a factory X frame, Jamco lowering springs give the car its low stance, and KYB shocks on all four corner. Body modifications include custom head headlights and flush mount LED taillights. Some moldings on the car have been shaved, while the firewall and inner fender panels have been smoothed. All new Contrasting Black and Tan interior, Autometer gauges, and a Pioneer stereo system, Flashpower billet steering wheel. Stainless gas tank with in tank fuel pump, 2 ½” exhaust with Flowmaster 50 series mufflers. The Riviera rides on 19’’ & 20” Intro wheels with knock offs, Firestone Fire Hawk tires 245/35R19 in front and 275/35R/20 on the rear. Price $67,500.
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.”