JJ62

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  1. '65 GS in California... https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/cto/d/sheridan-riviera-1965-buick/6981717849.html
  2. '65 GS on BAT: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1965-buick-riviera-15/
  3. No, I'm asking about securing the actual cover to the underside of the metal dashboard. I will probably have an upholstery shop do it.
  4. I'm interested. Where is the car located? Do you have a picture of the data plate?
  5. How do you attach the edges of the dash pad to the underside of the dash?
  6. Okay, now I get it. I didn't try fitting it up. The brackets on the dash goes through the u shaped part of the dash pad. Thanks for your help.
  7. Bill, I am in the ROA already. I can screw the screw through the dash bracket. How does the dash pad capture the screw? The hole in the metal of the dash pad is much larger than the screw. Am I missing something on the dash pad? Jim
  8. Hello all, Trying to piece together my interior, got a couple questions. I need to know size and type of screw that holds the dash pad to the bracket. Does the screw just go up through the bracket and into the metal piece on the dash pad? Is the clip shown on the dash bracket supposed to be on the dash pad? Also wondering if there needs to be a spacer under the inside rear bucket seat bracket. The floors have been "repaired", and there's 1 1/2 inch gap between the mounting plate and the floor. Also wondering if there's anywhere to buy the front u-shaped brackets for the front seat that the mounts slide into. See attached pictures. Thanks in advance, Jim
  9. I'm trying to find out the application and value for these emblems that I acquired with some other parts. Any help would be appreciated. I was told that they are road wheel center cap emblems. I have 5 and 3 are in the original packaging. There are no markings anywhere and they each come with a double sided adhesive disc. They are 2.72" diameter, .178" thick. I have '65 road wheel caps and they seem a little small to fit those. Thanks, Jim .
  10. Looks like a pretty good deal here, $2500. Not mine. Contact seller. https://appleton.craigslist.org/cto/d/menasha-1983-buick-riviera-convertible/6940013743.html
  11. I've been reading up on that, probably the way to go, but I just want to go with what I have. I already installed a new MC. Rock Auto is out of stock on boosters, so a Dewey rebuild may be my only option.
  12. Hello all, I'm going through the brakes on my '63 and there is brake fluid in the vacuum tank. I'm assuming that I need to replace the booster or get it rebuilt. What are my options for each of these solutions? Thanks in advance, Jim
  13. Thanks, RivNut! The valve is already gone. There's a custom exhaust on it.
  14. Hello, I've been trying to find one of these "donuts" online and I can't find anything. I checked the Walker and Fel-Pro sites also. Anyone have a part number or supplier? TIA, Jim
  15. A '65 GS on Ebay that actually might be legitimate? Not mine. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1965-Buick-Riviera/163733711034?hash=item261f4a28ba:g:JygAAOSwwc1dAorK&vxp=mtr&frcectupt=true