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  1. Thanks for the advice on the Jamco kit, sounds like Scarebird it is. I will search for some rotors that will fit the 1976 riviera they recommend but with the drilled and slotted configuration. Also thanks for the advice from the purists out there, I understand my mods wont be everyone's cup of tea, but ive been dreaming of building this Rivi for over 10 years and I want to build it just like I envisioned. I will definately keep all of the original parts and for the most part every mod I plan on making is a bolt on type so going back to original could certainly be in the cards at some point.
  2. Hello Riv Owners, I am getting ready to install a new ride tech shockwave kit, rebuilt the front end, install a new quick ratio steering box, and do a disc brake conversion at the same time. One of my desires is to have drilled and slotted rotors for the look that I am going for on the car, I plan on a US mag PT.2 - U380 wheel so the rotors will be very visible. With that said I am trying to find the right kit to help achieve the look i am after while also making sure overall performance and quality is there. I have read many threads on the disc brake conversion kits: Scarebird
  3. Thanks for the greeting. Here is the cool tag and a pic of the engine compartment, I do need to gather the missing AC components in the next few months. I think the car is pretty darn original so I’m curious to find out what some of the experienced guys have to say about the car after decoding it.
  4. Hello everyone. I’m fortunate to have a few fun classics, but my all time favorite is my 1965 riviera that I recently purchased. I had ideas of building an amazing pro touring riviera, but after getting this original beauty home I don’t think I have the heart to change a thing. The car has 82k miles and has been with its last two overs for over 40 years. The only thing that is non stock on the car is the newer paint job ( no filler in car ) , wheels and tires and the seat covers. I also had ideas of going to a black interior but after having the car for a few days I decided I have to stay
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