REVISED PRICING!!! 1971 Buick Riviera GS Boat Tail / $27,000 / 83100 / This 1971 Buick Riviera Gran Sport (GS), has a 455 Cubic Inch Engine, with 370 Horsepower at 4,600 RPM’s, delivering 455 foot pounds of Torque at 2,800 RPM’s, with a 400 Turbo Automatic Transmission. In 1971 Buick’s opinion, “the most daring new car design in recent history.” It’s boat tail shaped rear end and innovative detail to design and styling make the Riviera GS out to be a classic collectors vehicle. Only 1 of 3,175 total GS production models, it is as rare as it is unique. A Full Body, engine out, and Full Underbody Restoration has been completed. Fully Loaded with Power Windows, Door Locks and Driver Side Seat, Rear Defog, Tilt Wheel, Max Trac and Climate Control. The legendary Buick Boat Tail Riviera was only produced for three years from 1971 to 1973 and this one is a beauty.
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.”
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