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  1. Thank you, Ed. I've never been in quite that same situation, but I welcome the option.
  2. Plus one hundred—assessment services are worth their weight in gold.
  3. Interesting. Have you ever actually done this?
  4. Sixth-generation Rivieras got the Delco-GM/Bose Music System option when it debuted in 1983, and it was very successful for Buick (and other GM marques). Seventh-generation Rivieras had it throughout. The eight-generation cars never offered a Bose. Why? Interestingly, the Riviera's Oldsmobile Aurora platform-mate did offer it.
  5. Hammered for $23,000 plus 10% buyer's premium. I'm putting the selling prices or the maximum bid in my original post. Four out of the five Rivieras sold, with the only exception being the 1969.
  6. Resuscitating this thread to ask a related question. Who was the manufacturer of those radial tires? Was it Michelin?
  7. I agree. If it is a factory special order, Darwin Falk's research says it would be one of 184.
  8. Mecum's 3,500 vehicle auction in Kissimmee starts this Thursday, and there's the usual smattering of Riviera lots. All descriptions by seller/Mecum. 1966 violet (not original color) Riviera GS coupe with black vinyl bucket seats (sold for $23,000 hammer price): https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0121-442755/1966-buick-riviera-gs/ 1967 Arctic White Riviera GS coupe with tan vinyl bucket seats, estimated at $20,000 to $30,000, selling at no reserve ($16,000 hammer price): https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0121-442697/1967-buick-riviera-gs/ 1969 Po
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