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  1. psychostang

    1963-65 Riviera Parts Inventory

    Do you have the following parts for a 1965 Riviera 1) Rear bumper 2) Front grille closeout panel - bolts to bottom of grille 3) Rear window trim 4) Right front headlight door parts? I need the arm that goes from the lower door to the pivot! 5) Closeout panel right behind right headlight, with hardware. 6) Rear taillight harness with sockets. 7) Front bumper. 8) Fan shroud Please include prices for anything you have. TIA
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    1965 Cowl Tag Codes

    I see your point. Interesting, as my cowl tag has the star. It is an early build 65 Riv.
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    1965 Cowl Tag Codes

    I believe the star denotes the optional custom interior as being present.
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  5. Do you know if anyone has a Carter 3921s carb for sale?
  6. If what your saying is true about the crank hubs, then this may be just a 1963 block. Rotating assembly may be from somewhere else! I truly don't know. I'm not taking it apart. This car is not even driveable, I'm missing the taillight harness, and front/ rear bumpers are barely hanging on. I've got a lower ball joint to replace on the right front, and it needs a booster. I"m in the middle of doing a 4 wheel disc conversion.
  7. I do not know. It is actually a 66 ST400 trans. The SP circuit is not hooked up. I don't know what converter is in there. As far as the manifold is concerned, I just wanted to see what year it was. This car is a mish mash.
  8. Do you know if the intake manifold has a date code? I wonder what the difference is between a 4180s and 3921s. They both have heat riser choke. That's my problem right now. The choke was stuck, and I was able to free everything except the valve inside the housing.
  9. Code is JR546. That confirms the engine in the car is a 401 2bbl. Serial shows it from a Le Sabre 1963 built in South Gate California.
  10. Hello! Andrew here, from Lutz, Florida. Purchased a 1965 Riviera out of Colorado, last June. Was supposed to be an all original barn find. Was not. Engine serial number shows it to be from a 1963 Buick Le Sabre, with 2b carb. Carb has stamp 4180s on base. I believe this is a 1966 400ci carb, but I could be wrong. My question is what should be the correct carb, for a 1965 Buick Riviera with 401 and ST400 auto trans? I've included a pic of the eng serial as installed, and my vin. By the by, if anyone has seen the correct block for my vin, please let me know.