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  1. Thanks for welcoming me to as a new member of the Buick Club! I am pleased to share some information about 4 of my favorite Buicks. The first is a 1957 Roadmaster 75 Riveira. Garnet over White over matching two tone interior. Factory AC and all power options. Totally Restored inside and out about 4 years ago. Next is my 1965 Riviera: Turquoise Mist over black deluxe interior, AC and most power options. 74K original miles, frame on restoration of a RF California body. The third is a 1966 Riviera: Turquoise Mist over Aqua Deluxe Buckets, 72K original miles, all original except one respray. Finally, 1971: Vintage Red over black deluxe bench interior, all factory options except maxtrac. Purchased from the second owner 44 of years and fellow ROA member. These cars give me tremendous pleasure both in driving and visually! Thanks for your interest!
  2. I am searching for the OEM Factory Alloy 15 X 7 Wheels and Center Caps that were optional on 1985-1990 Buick Electra/LeSabre Estate Wagon. 15 X 7. .
  3. This is our latest addition to our Buick Collection. We are thrilled to have it and traded a non- Buick with a Friend for this fine car! 47K Miles, restored interior and paint, excellent car. So proud to have it! David and Craig, Imperial, Mo.
  4. Hello Buick Lovers~! I am very happy to say that SMartin sold this car to a friend recently, who then sold it to us a couple of months ago! It is Beautiful and was perfected by Adam! David Baker and Craig Seekamp
  5. Hello Riviera Friends. I cannot find the phone number for Raner's Riviera Ranch in Colorado - tried google, facebook, etc. Any info will be appreciated! David Baker #14360 ROA
  6. Hello Riv Lovers! I am looking for a right hand mirror for my 71 Riv. I ordered one which looks correct, was supposed to fit the car, and it isn't correct. Information on any sources or Mirrors for sale will be appreciated. David Baker ROA 14360
  7. Thanks to you all for your helpful replies! I did locate a Buick Right Hand mirror which matches the left - the only difference is that I will have to add some black paint in the small outer trim groove.
  8. Hello Riv lovers. I am trying to find a right hand mirror for my 71 Riviera. ( I cannot find any information to indicate if this was an available factory option) Any suggestions on a right hand Riviera or Buick Mirror that will match (or come close) the left mirror? Thanks David Baker #14360 ROA
  9. Great. Can you tell me the model number - they offer several that say they fit the car, but they have different bolt patterns. Thanks. Or send me a photo of the starter/bolt pattern. Thanks.
  10. Good advice - supposedly two mechanics have already done that, but the third one will do it for sure`!
  11. It's a long story. Last year the starter performed perfectly - but on rare occasion, when it was really hot outside and the engine was hot, the starter would not re-engage until the car sat and cooled off. So I had the starter rebuilt. When the starter came back, it had a new new problem - it would crank too slow to start it (a new battery was installed at the same time) - but if you turned the key off for a minute, it would then crank normally and start. So, I took it to a different shop who took the starter off and sent it back to the shop who rebuilt the starter - they checked it and bench tested it and stated that it performed perfectly. So the mechanic reassembled the car and could not find the problem. I drove the car for 6 months in that condition. Now, the starter will barely crank and the car will not start. The car has a full electrical charge and this condition repeats even with a charger/starter on to boost it. I have been told that it could be an electrical problem which needs to be traced down; so the next shop that will look at it to trace down these problems. But if it is the starter, I do want to replace it rather than have it rebuilt again - that is why I am seeking advice. Thanks.
  12. Hello everyone! I am in need of a remanufactured or new starter that will fit my 65 Riviera with the 401 engine. Rebuilding my started was not successful. I have found several starters on line that state they fit this engine, but the bolt attachment patterns are all different. The starter is still on the car - so I cannot compare visually until the car is towed to the repair shop. Your help is appreciated! David Baker #14360
  13. Hello everyone! I am in need of a remanufactured or new starter that will fit my 65 Riviera with the 401 engine. Rebuilding my started was not successful. I have found several starters on line that state they fit this engine, but the bolt attachment patterns are all different. The starter is still on the car - so I cannot compare visually until the car is towed to the repair shop. Your help is appreciated! David Baker #14360
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