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3 hours ago, cjp69 said:

65 Riv GS - $3k

 

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/cto/d/1965-buick-riviera-gs/6695491952.html

 

1965 Buick Riviera GS - $3000 (Pearl City Hi)

 

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1965 Buick Riviera

fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

Very rare, Hawaii car, 45,000 original miles, runs very well, engine needs nothing, the transmission rebuilt by the best, Noble himself, with only the best parts, and he claimed it was the strongest production trans. ever made. It's called the Super turbine 400, built by Buick, before the Pontiac turbo 400. The rear end is gigantic, with built in ladder bars(factory), and positraction. All heavy duty, factory overkill, but awesome!
One year only for the 425 cid
2x4 bbl 360 hp 465 ft/lb torque
This is a monster! Nothing was stronger in 1965. This was the best GM had to offer, including Cadillac. Nobody even came close to building a car that could compete with it.
That's the good part of story, has rust. Need a donor body, or new Sheetmetal. Mostly around the back window, and in the trunk, rear quarters....but too much for the amateur, and many professionals.
From the doors to the front isn't all that bad. A few holes in the fire wall, but fixable. But considering the condition of the rest of the cab, it's best to replace the whole shell.
If I was keeping it, I'd cut the top off, custom make a truck bed out of the trunk.
Buick convertible el Camino.......
el Riviera.
But if was in the mainland.....
There's lots of Riviera body's in Texas, so this car could be saved and back to original.
The interior is nice, low miles, but the carpet is awful.
The gas tank is gone, but fuel line was replaced, and hooks up to a fuel cell, so it'll run. A leak in the radiator means only short distances
It's scary powerful, iconic design, it shouldn't be forgotten.
Rescue this classic muscle car!
I'd like it out of my neighbors driveway soon. I have 5 cars at my house, just don't have room or time for this project.
Serious only please, No text or phone offers.
$3000 cash in person only.

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1965 Buick Riviera

fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

Very rare, Hawaii car, 45,000 original miles, runs very well, engine needs nothing, the transmission rebuilt by the best, Noble himself, with only the best parts, and he claimed it was the strongest production trans. ever made. It's called the Super turbine 400, built by Buick, before the Pontiac turbo 400. The rear end is gigantic, with built in ladder bars(factory), and positraction. All heavy duty, factory overkill, but awesome!
One year only for the 425 cid
2x4 bbl 360 hp 465 ft/lb torque
This is a monster! Nothing was stronger in 1965. This was the best GM had to offer, including Cadillac. Nobody even came close to building a car that could compete with it.
That's the good part of story, has rust. Need a donor body, or new Sheetmetal. Mostly around the back window, and in the trunk, rear quarters....but too much for the amateur, and many professionals.
From the doors to the front isn't all that bad. A few holes in the fire wall, but fixable. But considering the condition of the rest of the cab, it's best to replace the whole shell.
If I was keeping it, I'd cut the top off, custom make a truck bed out of the trunk.
Buick convertible el Camino.......
el Riviera.
But if was in the mainland.....
There's lots of Riviera body's in Texas, so this car could be saved and back to original.
The interior is nice, low miles, but the carpet is awful.
The gas tank is gone, but fuel line was replaced, and hooks up to a fuel cell, so it'll run. A leak in the radiator means only short distances
It's scary powerful, iconic design, it shouldn't be forgotten.
Rescue this classic muscle car!
I'd like it out of my neighbors driveway soon. I have 5 cars at my house, just don't have room or time for this project.
Serious only please, No text or phone offers.
$3000 cash in person only.

What was this guy smoking when he wrote up this one ?

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17 hours ago, RivNut said:

What was this guy smoking when he wrote up this one ?

 

What was this guy smoking when he wrote up this one ?

 

 

Kona Gold? Just a guess...

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8 hours ago, Rivdrivn said:

What was this guy smoking when he wrote up this one ?

Kona Gold? Just a guess...

 

What was this guy smoking when he wrote up this one ?

Kona Gold? Just a guess...

 

 

I'd say Hawaiian Fantasy   -  LoL

 

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On 9/21/2018 at 5:13 AM, EmTee said:

Here's a pretty 1963 advertised as originally from CA.

 

https://syracuse.craigslist.org/cto/d/1963-buick-riviera-sports-coup/6685231378.html

 

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Doesn't look like it has AC from the pics. I emailed the seller and got this: power windows/ truck release/rear seat door levers/  10 disc cd player.  verything works.has extra accessories.  runs excellent.no rust no problems with truck undercarriage.  # do match.  santa monica california was restoration site give me a call at 315 317 1621 cell or home phone 315 454 9550 and ill tell you all about it.
 

 

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1965 Gran Sport - $2500

 

https://greenville.craigslist.org/cto/d/1965-buick-rivera-grand-sport/6709048031.html

 

1965 BUICK RIVERA GRAND SPORT - $2500 (GAFFNEY)

 

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1965 buick rivera

condition: fair
fuel: gas
size: full-size
title status: missing
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

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63 Riv with 45k miles for $15k

 

https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/cto/d/1963-buick-riviera-coupe-org/6684656988.html

 

1963 Buick Riviera Coupe org. gc. fs or ft - $15000 (Cuyahoga Falls)

 

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1963 buick riviera

condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 45000
paint color: black
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

all org. 401 Nailhead 45,000 org. mi runs great. cash only need no help to sell.will trade for a Chevy or Pontiac 1960-1970 need cash and trade.

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Seems like a national closeout sale on Rivieras.

 

58 G for a low equipped '67.

 

Four more listed last night. My goodness.

 

I wonder why the switch pitch is not connected...

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Buick-Riviera/382576043545?hash=item59134f2619:g:te8AAOSw0VZbqQ6v&vxp=mtr

 

 

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1965 Riv - $32,500

 

https://nashville.craigslist.org/cto/d/1965-buick-riviera/6714256838.html

 

     1965 Buick Riviera - $32500 hide this posting unhide

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1965 1965 Buick Riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: silver
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

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1965 Riviera, 401 nailhead, original car redone with NOS parts. wins trophies consistently...runs very strong !!!
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1966 GS - $19500

 

https://orlando.craigslist.org/cto/d/clean-1966-buick-riviera-gs/6717270159.html

 

CLEAN 1966 Buick Riviera GS - $19500 (24983) hide this posting

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1966 Buick Riviera GS 

fuel: gas 
odometer: 36000 
title status: clean 
transmission: automatic 

Clean and rust free 1966 Buick Riviera. All original, except for paint. 36k orignal miles. Everything works except for A/C and radio. Runs and drives great. New brakes. New tires. New Battery. The gas tank was cleaned out and boiled overnight. Edelbrock carb but still have original.


New paint job--looks real nice, but not the perfect, yet it is near show quality and nice enough for daily driving. 

This is a well taken care of original car. Bought from original owner about 4 years ago. The car is in excellent condition with normal wear. Price negotiable, but these are valuable cars, so no BS and i don't need help selling or need to sell it, so no low ballers. Call ,Text or email 321-fourZeroEIght-2ninE5two

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On 9/28/2018 at 10:34 AM, Ted "Wildcat65" Nagel said:

Curtains don't match the rug?  Text says no a/c but the engine clearly has an a/c pump.  Gosh do you think its the same car? 

 

https://cnj.craigslist.org/cto/d/1969-buick-riviera-cruise/6694992959.html

 

Palm trees in NJ?   High dollar Florida dealer has been turning down offers on it for a while.   https://www.ebay.com/itm/Buick-Rivera-16k-Original-Miles-Simply-Stunning/392134593058?hash=item5b4d0b0a22:g:-fcAAOSwC0dbso-t&amp;vxp=mtr

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This car has been on ebay for months.  Although a number of options are listed as "rare", the only one that I consider rare is the shoulder belt option.

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On Bring a Trailer: 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport

The Verde Green looks great on this car!

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1965-buick-riviera-8/

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This 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport is finished in Verde Green over a green interior and powered by numbers-matching 425ci Super Wildcat V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. Factory equipment also includes a dual-quad intake, air conditioning, power steering, and 4-wheel finned aluminum drum brakes. This example was reportedly registered in California between 1965 and 1998. The seller has added only a handful of miles since purchasing the car in 2015, and a service performed earlier this year addressed the brake, fuel, and ignition systems as outlined below. This Riviera GS is now being offered with an original Protect-O-Plate, manuals, and a clear Virginia title.

BaT Essentials

  • Lot #13288
  • Seller: ChazB
  • Location: Annandale, Virginia 22003
  • Chassis: 494475H935131
  • 76k Miles Shown
  • Numbers-Matching 425ci V8
  • Factory Dual-Quad Intake
  • 3-Speed Automatic
  • Verde Green over Dark Green
  • Power Steering & Brakes
  • Factory Al-Fin Drum Brakes
  • A/C, Power Windows, Power Locks
  • Private Party or Dealer: Private Party
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13 hours ago, lrlforfun said:

OK Riviera People: Better check the legitimacy of this dark green 65 Riv out.   Mitch

Mitch, why are you saying this? Is something rotten in Denmark?

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OK Mike: This, or an identical twin like it has been spammed and misrepresented on many different Craig's Lists, e bay and who knows where else.  When any car is put out there and marketed like this it's a cinch there's something ominous going on. Check this past Summer's posts on this topic from this forum and V-8Buick.com.   Mitch

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Mitch, I think that was a different car, although very similar to this one. I remember it popping up on Craigslist in multiple cities. Somebody on one of the facebook groups even came forward and said they knew the real owner of the car and that it was definitely NOT for sale.

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