epriv

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About epriv

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  • Birthday 11/13/1961

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  1. Jim, the black ribbed molding is mounted to the rockers. The stainless steel trim is mounted above that on the fenders/doors/quarters between the ribbed molding and was sandwiched between the ribbed molding and a strip molding. All cars had the ribbed and strip molding, but the SS trim was an option. (can't find a good picture)
  2. You can try this. I bought a replacement glass for a side (door mount) here. Mitch http://www.auto-glass.com/carmirror.htm
  3. '65, listed as "survivor". Not sure what it survived from though. https://reno.craigslist.org/cto/d/1965-buick-riviera-complete/6512833565.html
  4. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2018/02/21/nine-reasons-to-own-a-1971-73-buick-riviera/
  5. Thanks. I thought as much.
  6. Anybody know how this comes off? I want to get the plastic bezel re chromed and don't want to break anything.
  7. Standard interior, I think I can make out a vent knob by the passenger side kick panel, so no A/C either.
  8. Toranado / Riviera. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9lQgRC37xQ
  9. Here's a good reference. Mitch http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t52070477/restoring-a-60s-vintage-gm-6-way-power-seat-unit/
  10. Ken, is that a digital clock in the '73? Did you add that? I know they are in 4th gen cars, but never seen one in a boat tail (unless I never paid attention).
  11. Seen this on a GP website.
  12. autotraderclassics.com, americandreamcars.com.
  13. I bought the same NOS mirror from the Buick Farm about 200 years ago for a 68 that I had. Sold the car and never put the mirror on. I have since installed it on my 70, which to my pleasant surprise, had the holes already in the visor as Paul described. I too located them with a sewing pin. Mitch
  14. Schmiddy, I seen this car this past Friday at our local car show here in Illinois. It is really something.