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1964 Riviera wheel covers.

 

Probably not what you're looking for  BUT  if you're trying to add or clean up a set of the cast aluminum wheel covers for a 1964 and yours are typical and have beat up plastic centers in the spinner, here's your salvation.  The centers in these wheel covers are the same part number as the centers in your knock-offs.

 

https://sanantonio.craigslist.org/pts/d/1964-buick-riviera-hubcaps-3/6449899191.html

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On 12/1/2017 at 11:39 AM, JZRIV said:

https://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/cto/d/1965-buick-riviera-gs/6423352139.html

 

For Sale: 1965 Riviera. The car is a GS but the LX 425 and dual quads are long gone. I believe the transmission and rear end are original. It has a 1965 LT (401) engine currently. 53000 actual miles. Clear PA title in my name. The interior is mostly there but in poor condition. Body is fairly solid with no significant or structural rust other than the front of the hood. It ran when I parked it 5 years or so ago and the clamshells worked. I have owned it since 2005, but have not personally seen the car in a few years. The car is at a friend's shop in Freedom, PA just outside of Pittsburgh. I am near Altoona.

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Did anyone here happen to contact the seller of this car? The listing was up through early January

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Why in the world would you advertise a car for sale that's loaded on a tow truck? 🤔

 

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On 1/28/2018 at 8:44 PM, RivNut said:

Why in the world would you advertise a car for sale that's loaded on a tow truck?

 

Free delivery...?  :wacko:

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Riviera Gas Pedals on Ebay (I am not associated with these listings)

1963 1964 1965 Buick Riviera GS Gran Sport Gas Pedal Pad

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1963-1964-1965-Buick-Riviera-GS-Gran-Sport-Gas-Pedal-Pad/401208954800?fits=Model%3ARiviera&hash=item5d69eacfb0:g:NxAAAOSwZJBYBhiQ&vxp=mtr

The retainer holes are in rough shape.

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1966 1967 68 69 70 Buick Riviera Electra 225 LeSabre Wildcat Gas Pedal 1369459 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1966-1967-68-69-70-Buick-Riviera-Electra-225-LeSabre-Wildcat-Gas-Pedal-1369459/401489521491?fits=Model%3ARiviera&epid=3007625574&hash=item5d7aa3eb53:g:L4wAAOSwndZaelt5&vxp=mtr

This one has very good retainer holes

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"...real thing...  If this guy has a true MZ code engine and pitched the original carbs he's crazy.  What's the deal with ... original quadrajetS....  Perhaps, but hopefully he meant Quadrajet as in only one.  

 

This hasn't been up for a long time but I'm curious as to how many of you have ever seen one of the Offenhauser dual quad 'Quadrajet ' manifolds.  With the right cabs that could be 1700+ cfm's.

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22 hours ago, RivNut said:

What's the deal with ... original quadrajetS....

Yeah, I assumed the guy didn't know the difference between a spreadbore and squarebore carb.  I'm also suspicious about the pedigree of this 'GS', but there's now way to tell without going to see it in person.  <_<

 

...and what happened to the power steering reservoir cap?  :wacko:

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I've seen this one on our somewhat local craigslist.  

Asking $14500

Says original paint. Looks very clean.  I don't care for the color, but the interior color works for me.  If I had some money to buy one,  I would give this one a second look. 

https://fingerlakes.craigslist.org/cto/d/rare-opportunity-1964-buick/6447700253.html

 

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2 hours ago, Imperial62 said:

https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/cto/d/buick-riviera-turbo/6483298899.html

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RUNS AND DRIVES FOR TESTING THIS IS A CALIFORNIA CAR NO RUST ,IT NEEDS A TOTAL RESTORATION
THIS IS THE TURBO ENGINE
.INTERIOR IS SHOT

GREAT PARTS CAR

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Tempting, tempting.   I would like to investigate but likely this seller just wants the car gone, as I so often see.  But - how about a silver car, no vinyl top, leather buckets, turbo. 

T-type.  The turbo, transaxle (performance ratio), steering wheel, and wheels are probably close to the asking price.

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Solid '68 not mine.

I bought my steel wheels from this gent then sold my original chrome mags.

Real nice guy and car. Don't know why he's selling. I just recognized his car and house on ebay.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1968-Buick-Riviera/152907035350?hash=item2399f832d6:g:Zf8AAOSwtudag4ik&vxp=mtr

 

 

 

 

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Indeed a nice tidy example. Note passenger seat recliner option! Trunk looks amazing. Too bad exterior pics are washed out from the all the white background. Would have photographed MUCH better with a different background.

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2 hours ago, epriv said:

No A/C :o

 Wow I just realized no AC. At least it’s light colored to reflect some heat. The latest owners brain probably got fried in the Florida sun. If I recall correctly he got it from Colorado. Go figure

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Standard interior, I think I can make out a vent knob by the passenger side kick panel, so no A/C either.

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On ‎2‎/‎14‎/‎2018 at 7:38 AM, PWB said:

Solid '68 not mine.

I bought my steel wheels from this gent then sold my original chrome mags.

Real nice guy and car. Don't know why he's selling. I just recognized his car and house on ebay.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1968-Buick-Riviera/152907035350?hash=item2399f832d6:g:Zf8AAOSwtudag4ik&vxp=mtr

 

Is it me or are the heater core feeds blocked off and the engine water lines feed back on themselves between the engines front and rear water ports? So this non-AC car also has no cabin heating capabilities? Not cool (pardon the pun).

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 Accessories? We don’t need no dang accessories! Good catch NC. I think a heater core would be relatively easy to change on a 68?

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