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  1. I took my drivers test in my Mom's 1964 Riviera back in the day. It became my first car (it was a hard life driving a Riviera to high school) I traded it in 1971 for a Cougar. I always missed the Riviera. I bought '64 Riviera four years ago just for the memories. Kenneth
  2. My mechanic is looking for a lamp control module for a '95 Riviera. The local GM dealer said it is a discontinued item. Any help in locating one would be appreciated. Thanks, Kenneth ROA# 10562
  3. Looks like a '65 with a '63 hood and grill/lights! Kenneth
  4. Thanks for the picture! That is what my headliner looks like. Kenneth
  5. Thanks for the info! Mine is a series 60. I will check the company you mentioned. Kenneth
  6. I need help locating correct headliner for my 59 Fleetwood. The interior is black and white. What type of material and color should be used? I would like a reproduction ready to go but I have my old one for a template just in case. I am not sure if it original but it is a light grey velour with a foam/material type backing. I have noticed that pictures of 59 headliner have the bows going from side to side but mine goes from front to rear. Thanks, Kenneth
  7. I just did drum brakes for the first time. What really helped me were lots of before closeup digital pictures. You can look at these instantly for reference when you are putting it all back together. Kenneth
  8. Is there a registry of remaining 1964 factory SuperWildcat Rivieras? It would be interesting to know how many KX codes there are, colors, and equipment. Thanks for any info. Kenneth
  9. I enjoy the look of the bias tires on my '64 Riviera because the whitewall looks rounder. The whitewall on a radial tends to bend out at the bottom with the 'radial bulge'. I hope that makes sense! Kenneth
  10. Ok, one more. The fender 'Riviera' script is actually the script for the trunk. The fender script should have a gap in the R where the straight line meets the loop of the R. Kenneth
  11. Ok, one more. The fender 'Riviera' script is actually the script for the trunk. The fender script should have a gap in the R where the straight line meets the loop of the R. Kenneth
  12. The center a/c vent is gone! It has the two side ones and all the a/c equipment under the hood. Kenneth
  13. The center a/c vent is gone! It has the two side ones and all the a/c equipment under the hood. Kenneth
  14. Thanks for the heads up! I ordered a set today. Kenneth