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About cjp69

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  1. 67 Riviera, 75k miles - $10,250 https://www.goodguysclassifieds.com/classified/11506/1967_Buick_Riviera.html
  2. 63 Riviera CONVERTIBLE! https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/cto/d/1963-buick-riviera-convertible/6534865685.html
  3. Interesting pair of 73's on CL

    It is the real thing, seller is a collector of the larger Buicks and a member of v8buick.com
  4. 70 Riv - 75k miles - $12500 https://albuquerque.craigslist.org/cto/d/1970-buick-riviera/6522406880.html
  5. 68 Riv with 58k miles - $9500 https://chicago.craigslist.org/nch/cto/d/1968-buick-riviera-hardtop/6532769710.html
  6. https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/cto/d/1973-buick-electra-limited/6531647949.html https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/cto/d/1973-buick-electra-customized/6531878577.html Same seller.
  7. 71 Riviera? https://baltimore.craigslist.org/cto/d/estate-yard-sale-march-24th-9/6532243238.html
  8. 65 Riv Gran Sport? - $20k https://buffalo.craigslist.org/cto/d/65-buick-riviera-gs/6531488361.html
  9. 68 with low miles (20k?) for $13,500 https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/d/1968-buick-riviera-430-cid/6528438141.html
  10. Got it, Thanks Tom!!!! I will put the answer here as well, in case someone else needs it in the future. Use a long 6 point box end wrench or a long 6 point socket & a ratchet. Give them a "Snap" to break them loose. If their frozen still use a little heat from a propane/map grass torch. Heat well & try again. As rusty as they can get I've never broken one using this method. I have the french locks in stock if needed.
  11. I have a slight exhaust leak at the manifold on my 65 Riviera. My mechanic friend has been soaking the bolts for a couple of days and is now ready to try and remove them (hopefully without breaking them). Any tricks to getting the locking tabs off, especially in a tight space, like where the AC parts are? Thanks in advance, Chris