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  1. Great eye. I definitely see what you are talking about
  2. I certainly don’t plan on paying list price for either one.
  3. Thanks everyone for the feedback. Give this one a look over and provide thoughts and opinions. Tint has to go and this is from a private party seller using a consignment house. Which would you choose. GO!!!! https://www.silverstonemotorcars.com/vehicles/347/1964-buick-riviera
  4. Correct....it's an aftermarket cruise that was installed, not original cruise offered as an option (dealer disclosed as such when we talked live on the phone). The turn signal on the column is a modern one with the cruise built in. Looks to be from a mid-80's Riviera.
  5. I'm the former owner of a 64 Riviera and am currently looking to purchase another 64' Riviera for sale in Texas from a dealer called TripleFAutomotive. It appears the original owner may have been a member of the Riviera Owners Association as the car has a window sticker and a tag hanging from the dash. I'm trying to find more information about the car. It appears to be well taken care of and all original (minus aftermarket cruise control) I've researched and requested additional photos on the Fisher Body plate, engine code stamp and transmission. It appears to be a numbers matching vehicle. Something weird is going on with the odometer. The odometer almost looks like it's been tampered with or the numbers are faded on it. Just weird. If anybody knows this Rivi....fire away!! https://www.triplefautomotive.com/inventory/184/1964-buick-riviera Thanks!
  6. Thanks gentlemen for the input, glad to know there are helpful guys out there. @ Rivinut, I'll be sure to start a new thread next time. I have no intention of paying the price listed and we've discussed a price that is several thousand below list price. I'm more interested in the fact that it appears to be a clean, mostly original 425 Super Wildcat which was limited production for 64' and that it was a number matching vehicle. @Rivinut....you are absolutely correct....these are not options, but standard. My previous 64 had many more options and was an AC car, but I had issues with the AC and found it to be more problematic than it was worth....granted they bring more money. I've also corrected the dealer about the claim of the steering wheel and actually desire the wood wheel. Attached is a picture that I had the dealer take for me of the odometer for me. I've just never seen anything like this. I'm not so much worried about the actual miles as I am about if something has taken place behind the dash in an attempt to alter the odometer. @Steelman....are you stating that the 4 note horn is no original??? I knew it was an option, but wasn't aware of any specifics beyond that. So I assume by everybody responses, that nobody is familiar with this vehicle. I believe the gentlemen who owned it was Raymond B. White. I believe he was the member of the ROA. Thanks, Robert
  7. Changing topics since I've found some Riviera folks!!! I'm the former owner of a 64 Riviera and am currently looking to purchase another 64' Riviera for sale in Texas from a dealer called TripleFAutomotive. It appears the original owner may have been a member of the Riviera Owners Association as the car has a window sticker and a tag hanging from the dash. I'm trying to find more information about the car. It appears to be well taken care of and all original (minus aftermarket cruise control) I've researched and requested additional photos on the Fisher Body plate, engine code stamp and transmission. It appears to be a numbers matching vehicle. Something weird is going on with the odometer. The odometer almost looks like it's been tampered with or the numbers are faded on it. Just weird. If anybody knows this Rivi....fire away!! https://www.triplefautomotive.com/inventory/184/1964-buick-riviera Thanks!