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Sweet64rivi

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  1. How do you get to the back of the instrument panel? I never took mine apart and have no idea where to start.
  2. Where can I purchase a light switch for my 1964 Riviera? Second question I have is how do you replace the switch? The courtesy lights stay on after turning the knob and takes may attempts to get them to switch off. Plus the gauge lights do not illuminate anymore.
  3. ISO help trying to figure out what is draining my battery. My 4 year old battery went dead so I bought a new one. Car turned over and ran fine. Battery had a full charge when I parked it but was completely drained in a week. Any idea on what i should look for that could possibly be draining my battery?
  4. 303 Aerospace Protectant. I use it on engine compartment, hoses, vinyl, rubber gaskets, tires ect... https://www.goldeagle.com/product/303-aerospace-protectant/
  5. Here's a link to an event for the 2019 Riviera Owners Association 2019 International Meet in Gettysburg, PA https://www.facebook.com/events/318765755604389/
  6. Here's a link to the 2019 Riviera Owners Association 2019 International Meet in Gettysburg, PA https://www.facebook.com/events/318765755604389/
  7. September 20 to September 22, 2018 NorthEast PA All Buick Regional Meet Northeast PA All Buick Regional Meet, September 20-22, 2018, 880 Main Road, Lehighton, PA 18235. Host = Free Spirit Chapter, Buick Club of America. This will be the place to be to see a vast selection models of old/new BUICKS in one area Please visit our website, www.buickfreespirit.org, for more details and registration form. MUST register by August 15, 2018 Price per car is for the 3 days Sponsor: Free Spirit Chapter, BCA When: September 20, 2018 10 am- 5 pm Location: 880 Main Road Lehighton, PA, 18235 Cost: $35.00 per car for the 3 days To Register: Call Sally Getz at 610-377-6130 or e-mail us
  8. I have a 1972 Buick Skylark and was wondering if I can switch out the bumpers from a 1971? I'm not a fan of the rubber bumper guards on the 72. Is the mounting points, hardware, lights, ect interchangeable? Anything I need to know?
  9. Thanks John, I ordered the ABS plastic quarter bumper fillers from Plastic Parts Inc. Do you know where I can find the black bumper filler between the rear bumper & the truck? The pieces under the license plate and between tail lights and bumper?
  10. I like Penn Grade (formerly Brad Penn). Has all the zinc you need and made from the finest sweet crude on earth from Pennsylvania. https://www.penngrade.com/penngrade-1/
  11. Here's a link to a website that lists gas stations by state that sell non ethanol pure gas: www.pure-gas.org . You can also take a couple 5 gallon gas cans down to the local airport and buy some 100LL octane jet fuel. My riv loves the high octane and the added upper cylinder lube.
  12. In search of those plastic rear quarter ends for my 1976 Buick Electra 225. They just recently started to crack and fall apart. I need both the left and the right.
  13. In search of those plastic rear quarter ends for my 1976 Buick Electra 225. They just recently started to crack and fall apart. I need both the left and the right.
  14. Does anyone know what the original brand and model tire was factory installed on the 1976 Buick Electra 225? And how large of a white wall?
  15. Brad Penn has all the ZDDP you will need. Made in America. http://www.penngrade.com/penngrade-1/
  16. Sunday October 30, 2016 is the 40th Annual Old Car Show & Indoor/Outdoor Flea Market. Plus a Car Corral. Kempton Community Recreation Center 83 Community Center Dr, Kempton, PA 19529 Registration 8am-Noon. Awards at 2:30pm. www.buickfreespirit.org
  17. The ones on it now are plastic that go to a tip with no cap and it has a disc to prevent the spoke hub cap from falling off. Not sure if they were original or not I just assumed not.
  18. Does anyone have a photo of an original valve stem or can anyone tell me if they are similar to what you can get over the counter? Working on the last details for Hershey! Also, the motor for the power antenna does not work Anyone have experience with rebuilding them or again is this something you can buy over the counter. I'd rather rebuild the original if possible.
  19. 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak Convertible sold for $26,000. (i'm kicking myself for not making one more bid on it as I thought I had it at $25,500. Was holding out for the 1935 Ford...which didn't go my way either) 1937 Pontiac 4 door $13,500 1935 Ford Roadster $35,000 1957 Crosley Hot Shot $6,200 1948 Crosley Fire Truck $3,250 1988 Monte Carlo $6,100 1963 Studebaker $14,000 1914 Overland $19,000 I didn't hear what the Impala sold for as I was over drooling over the Overland.
  20. PennGrade http://www.penngrade.com/
  21. 303 Fabric Guard http://www.goldeagle.com/product/303-fabric-guard?gclid=CJW21bSK980CFdcRgQodF4oI-g&gclsrc=aw.ds
  22. Here's a link to gas stations in PA that sell non-ethanol. Not sure if any are near Huntingdon. Maybe seek out a local http://pure-gas.org/index.jsp?stateprov=PA
  23. Grab a few gas cans and head to your local airport. Have them fill you up with 110 octane low lead pure gasoline.
  24. Be sure to check out the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles. It's about 35 minutes from Allentown. http://boyertownmuseum.org/
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