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  1. Hello I have a 1963 Buick riviera with the 401 CI Nailhead engine and the car has a Dynaflow 2 speed transmission and I would like to swap it out for a Super turbine 400 transmission. I know that the Super turbine 400 was standard in the 1964 and 1965 Rivieras but does anyone know if the Super turbine 400 transmission was longer then the Dynaflow and if the 1964 to 1965 Rivieras used a shorter driveshaft? Because if that is the case I would have to change the driveshaft too. Thanks for any help.
  2. Selling some extras I have to fund other project. Selling a nice factory 425 Dual Quad Intake Manifold, 65 Secondary Linkage(original, not a repop and complete), and a Super Wildcat Air Cleaner(needs a snorkel and a rechrome, very straight overall). I will have pics of manifold this weekend when I take it off the motor. Pics of air cleaner and linkage attached. Selling all for $1000. Also selling a 63-65 Riviera 3.23 posi third member-very clean overall $850. Buy everything and I will pay for the shipping. Email me with any questions. Thanks!
  3. 1964 Buick Riviera - $6500(Spokane) For Sale is a 1964 Buick Riviera . This Riviera is a runner and driver . It is fast and powerful , shifts perfect and does not smoke or leak. Have clear WA Title specs: engine -----wild Cat 465 425 cu. in. 340 HP. transmission = TH 400 P.S P.B P.W Tilt wheel , Cruise, A/C, AM Radio Dual Remote Exterior Mirrors . Dual exhaust with blue streak mufflers. The A/C needs new vacuum lines as does the Cruise Control, In my opinion to make them operable . All power windows work well. Recent items done to this Buick: Four New WSW Tires Brakes all around includes : new master cylinder, wheel cylinders, brake shoes, Drums turned. Rebuilt alternator Carburetor over hauled Air, Oil, Fuel Filters changed New Oil Transmission , Rear end checked Hose's and fan belts replaced Heater hose replaced Thermostat and housing replaced Decals Fuel Pump replaced Fan clutch replaced New Plugs, new wires,rotor and Pertronix ignition installed in distributor New Shocks front and rear. All Glass is in very good condition no cracks, chips, or fading. The seats are in great shape, no tears good color and with a good cleaning they could look excellent. Head liner has come unglued in the center. Needs new package shelf. I have new weather stripping for the doors and trunk, also courtesy light lens's. There is no rust through on this Riviera , two or three ares with surface rust only where the paint peeled off , where the paint peeled off on the hood there is primer under it. no rust. Under chassis is good, panels have under seal, frame and exhaust has normal light surface rust. Body is real straight, a couple of small dings on the trunk lid, hard to see. This Buick had a bad paint job done on it and it started to crack an peel off(may have been Lacquer) and someone shot it with primer which it is peeling off. You have a real solid and straight body to work with. The chrome in the interior needs some help but all there. the bumpers. side chrome and head and tail light chrome is in good to very good shape. This Buick can be driven anywhere now, a very good driver. Has a lot of power and shifts good. If you want more pics or have questions contact me . This is one nice Buick Riviera. A paint job and a little TLC you can make this Buick into a real nice classic driver. Must sell due to medical bills coming in. More photos: http://smg.photobucket.com/user/Neatname/library/1964%20Buick%20Riviera Thanks for looking.
  4. Hi there, im searching for Riviera 71 or 72. Prefer 71. Need good conditions and reliable car for my family. I prefer light interior and vinyl top. I will be glad for your offers. Im from Czech rep., but i have importer for managing all needed stuff to export the car to Europe. You can send them to maldaCZE@seznam.cz Thanks Mike
  5. $10,000 CALL OR TEXT 702-355-0008 ANYTIME. DON'T BE SHY, MAKE ME A FAIR OFFER. YOU ARE LOOKING AT AN ICONIC 1965 BUICK RIVIERA FROM CALIFORNIA WITH A REBUILT 401 NAILHEAD " 445 WILDCAT" WHICH MEANS IT HAS 445 LB FT TORQUE. TURBO 400 TRANSMISSION (INDESTRUCTIBLE!) ONE OF THE MOST RECOGNIZED AND LOVED CARS FROM ITS ERA! FIRST GEN RIVIERAS ARE VERY SOUGHT AFTER WITH THE 1965 MODEL BEING THE MOST DESIRABLE. ONLY YEAR EVER MADE WITH THE CLAMSHELL LIGHTS AND LAST YEAR OF THE FIRST GENERATION. CLAMSHELL LIGHTS THAT WORK! THOUSANDS WERE SPENT ON THE INTERIOR WHICH WAS COMPLETELY REDONE FROM CARPET, DOOR PLATES, WOODGRAIN, HEADLINER, SEATS, DASH PAD, SEALS ON WINDOWS, ETC. I HAVE TONS OF BRAND NEW SPARE PARTS. THIS CAR IS 100% COMPLETE. ALL WINDOWS WORK PERFECT. CALL ME ANYTIME 702-355-0008 FOR ANY QUESTIONS
  6. I have a Buick Riviera up for sale or trade. It was built from a 1964 & a 1965 Rivera. The chassis only has 68,500 original miles, The motor has 4,000 since it was rebuilt. The motor is a 401 Nailhead bored .60 over with a mild cam. It is line bored and balanced. It has Sanderson headers & a Edelbrock 4-barrel carb. It is very reliable, you could drive it cross country and back with no problems. It has a Turbo 400 transmission with a shift kit. I have replaced almost everything mechanically in the vehicle. I have over 10k just in parts alone invested into this car. The car has clamshell headlights from the 65 Riviera but the motors need to be hooked up. They can be opened and closed manually. The car has no rust on it. It was recently taken down to bare metal and was Glasuret primered. The only thing the car needs is a coat of paint and it will be beautiful. The car has American Racing Torque Thrust rims with Bf Goodrich Radial T/A Tires. I am located in Pemberton,Nj. $14,000 obo. I am open to all trades. I also have a 425 WildCat Nailhead motor that im looking to sell and a powerglide transmission.
  7. I have a Buick Riviera up for sale or trade. It was built from a 1964 & a 1965 Rivera. The chassis only has 68,500 original miles, The motor has 4,000 since it was rebuilt. The motor is a 401 Nailhead bored .60 over with a mild cam. It is line bored and balanced. It has Sanderson headers & a Edelbrock 4-barrel carb. It is very reliable, you could drive it cross country and back with no problems. It has a Turbo 400 transmission with a shift kit. I have replaced almost everything mechanically in the vehicle. I have over 10k just in parts alone invested into this car. The car has clamshell headlights from the 65 Riviera but the motors need to be hooked up. They can be opened and closed manually. The car has no rust on it. It was recently taken down to bare metal and was Glasuret primered. The only thing the car needs is a coat of paint and it will be beautiful. The car has American Racing Torque Thrust rims with Bf Goodrich Radial T/A Tires. I am located in Pemberton,Nj. $13,500 obo. I am open to all trades. I also have a 425 WildCat Nailhead motor that im looking to sell and a powerglide transmission.
  8. I have a Buick Riviera up for sale or trade. It was built from a 1964 & a 1965 Rivera. The chassis only has 68,500 original miles, The motor has 4,000 since it was rebuilt. The motor is a 401 Nailhead bored .60 over with a mild cam. It is line bored and balanced. It has Sanderson headers & a Edelbrock 4-barrel carb. It is very reliable, you could drive it cross country and back with no problems. It has a Turbo 400 transmission with a shift kit. I have replaced almost everything mechanically in the vehicle. I have over 10k just in parts alone invested into this car. The car has clamshell headlights from the 65 Riviera but the motors need to be hooked up. They can be opened and closed manually. The car has no rust on it. It was recently taken down to bare metal and was Glasuret primered. The only thing the car needs is a coat of paint and it will be beautiful. The car has American Racing Torque Thrust rims with Bf Goodrich Radial T/A Tires. I am located in Pemberton,Nj. $14,000 obo. I am open to all trades. I also have a 425 WildCat Nailhead motor that im looking to sell and a powerglide transmission.
  9. Hello. I need to sell my mother's 1986 Riviera, and need help pricing it. I can find very few other 86's online and the prices vary widely. The NADA prices are low of $3307, average of $4777, and high of $7140. I found a beat-up looking 86 online for only $2500 and a nice looking one for $4750. Can you please help me? The car is in beautiful condition (see some photos in the members gallery). It has 57,804 miles on it. My mother was the second owner; I am the third. From the photos you can see the exterior and interior are in wonderful condition, so it looks above average to me. I have little experience selling cars, and no experience selling a car in good condition, and want to price it fairly. My mechanic has kept it tuned and running well since my mother bought it in 1993, so there are no mechanical problems that I know of. Because it was my mother's transportation I never let it hiccup without getting it checked, and it had regular maintenance. The only problems I know of are the following: The radio is poor. I cannot tell if it is just a ground wire or worse. It plays clearly for a few minutes then turns to static, especially on AM. Sometimes it will suddenly become clear again, but usually not. Usually it is bad enough I just turn it off. I had my mechanic look for the problem years ago but he could not find it. Since my mother did not want the radio on while she drove I did not want to spend more money to have it fixed. The Graphic Control Center (GCC) itself is showing its age. Periodically it will flicker, and more rarely, it will go blank for a few minutes (usually 1-10 minutes). During those moments only the radio page of the GCC will work; all others, including the summary page, do not respond. Moments later the computer will come back on and all is well again (except the heater has reset itself to 76 degrees). This happens two or three times within a day or two, and then will not happen for weeks or even months. Then it will happen a couple of times in a day or two, then not again for weeks or months. I have seen no pattern related to use or weather. Many years ago I bought two used GCC computers from junk yards, and my mechanic replaced the original one with this one. (Since the radio was bad from the time we bought the car it makes me think the radio problem is not the GCC itself, maybe a ground or some other wire that wiggles loose, but I really do not know.) I still have the second used GCC, but have not installed it since it has a crack on the screen. I kept it as a back-up. The driver's power seat control is a six-way control. The Tilt Cushion control does not work, but the other controls do work (Forward-Back, Up-Down, and Tilt Back). I do not know if the problem is the switch or a motor. The car is Silver with silver leather upholstery that is in perfect condition. It has a sunroof. It has always been garaged. The only two things I have done to the car is to convert the air conditioner to R-134a, and added seat heaters that have very small low/off/high switches on the tunnel (see the tiny button behind the litter bag in this photo). The car has always lived in the Seattle area, so it has seen no (or maybe few) salted roads. And as you can read in my introduction, it has always been driven by little old ladies in tennis shoes (except for me). Can you help me fairly price it, and tell me anything else you or a potential buyer would want to know about it? Also, is Craigslist the best way to sell it, or what do you recommend? I thought I would post on the Buy/Sell forum here and post to the Riviera Owners Association members website. 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  10. I have a 1964 Buick Riviera. The left rear turn signal and the left brake light have stopped working. I changed the bulb and it still doesn't work. Does anybody have any suggestions? Thanks, Alex.
  11. Looking for a frame for my 53 super Riviera 56R two door hard top. I posted this before but got no serious responses. Any help would be appreciated. Rick
  12. Hello! I have a 1978 Buick Riviera LXXV (75th Anniversary) car. I am currently restoring it. Does anyone know where I can find these NOS parts and at the best prices? This what I am looking for: Tiffany extra plush gray carpet set (NOS or good match), NOS 1978 Riviera black front floor mats with Riviera logo, NOS power antennae, NOS quartz clock or somewhere I can get mine fixed, NOS interior stainless trim, NOS outside rear side fixed window stainless trim (between window and vinyl top). I am missing the stainless trim above the armrest on the passenger side in the back seat area below the fixed side window. Just curious if anyone has good sources for these parts. Thanks!
  13. Hello, Wanted to know if anyone has a harmonic balancer for sale for a 64 Buick Riviera with a 425 Nailhead engine? Or if you know junkyards or other contacts to locate one would help. thanks!
  14. I have a 1966 Riviera GS and I'm trying to find some odd parts. I would like to find: -Interior Riviera emblem (wood trim on dash) -"A" from the hood Riviera -radiator -marker light housing (has the optional side markers) Please reply if you have any of these parts. Thanksg
  15. My 63 Riv dynaflow transmission needs servicing and possible rebuild. I'm up in Boston...any recommendations where to take my transmission? The car is being restored and the transmission is off the car. Ted
  16. Here is the video link: Bidding is at KellerAuctioneers.com Please contact me, Tim Keller at 717-653-8871 to see the car. The car is located in Lancaster, PA.
  17. Hello fellas, I am new to this forum thing. I have a '65 Riviera & I sent her 401 out to the machine shop for a rebuild. I've owed her for about 20 years & shes been sitting for 13ish years. While the engine is out I was gonna pull the heater core thru the firewall. Thats when I learned it doesnt come out that way unless I cut a 1/4 inch around the opening. My question: if I cut it out will the core now be floating/rattling around in the heater box without the metal that I cut to hold it in???
  18. For my '83 Riviera convertible. Will also accept something similar. Like this:
  19. FS: CRT Touch screen removed from a 1986 Buick Rivera - I believe it also fits a 1988-1989 Reatta. Monitor is in average condition but is fully functional. The trim piece that surrounds the unit is also included. Serial #: V134SE2 I just stumbled upon this board, so obviously I don't have a track record/rep here. However, I have been a member on multiple other automotive forums and can provide references if requested..... Additionally, this unit is for sale on ebay if a buyer feels more comfortable going that route. Asking $100 shipped. <!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  20. Hello, I am new to this forum (as you can probably tell) and i apologize if i put this thread in the wrong place. My name is James, and i have owned 2 Riviera in my life - an 89 & 83. In fact, the only vehicles i've ever owned were those 2 Buicks. Guess i got a thing for them! At the moment i own an 83' Riviera, and i am trying to get it functioning again. I got very sick 6 years ago, turned out i had a very serious connective tissue disease that went undiscovered my whole life. By the time they realized what exactly it was that was wrong with me my condition had become quite severe. I am lucky to still be here. After the second brief passing/blacking out behind the wheel episode happened i made a responsible decision to park the car. I didn't want to hurt anyone... Unfortunately, the car ended up sitting for about 5 years while i worked on managing my disease. And while i am still in pretty bad shape, i am much more stable now. Have been cleared by all my physicians, and passed all the DMV tests with a perfect score. This is my baby: It's been tough trying to work on her to get her back in running order in my condition, but i managed to get her started. All i did was change oil/filter, trans/filter, air filter, (tried to do the fuel filter but couldn't get the nut to budge) Luckily i had parked her with less than an 1/8th of a tank of fuel. I used a fuel treatment mixed with 7 gallons of fresh gasoline and crossed my fingers. Surprisingly she didn't run rough at all, just smoked a little from the exhaust for a couple minutes. Now i am working on the brakes (or trying to anyway). I discovered i have a ruptured brake line just aft of my drivers-side door. Need to replace it, along with doing pads, rotors, maybe even calipers (we'll see). But i can't find my bloody hubcap removal wrench!!!! I took a few photos of the nut itself. Can anyone help me identify which wrench works on it? There is no color (as far as i can see) on the nut itself, and the wrench i had never had a colored cap when i got it. Any help would be super
  21. hi, i'm looking for some parts for my 1953 special riviera...i need a gas pedal, a shift stick with knob (for manual transmission), wiper blades (somehow the one i have on it are 11" long but they keep getting stuck on the top of windshield) so i guess i need 10" one, exterior sunvisor, and perhaps one of you knows where to get an upholstery kit for the seats, something ready to put on it... thank you
  22. :cool:EMAIL ME @. July_93704@yahoo.com if you can help. Thanks.
  23. This car has had a new suspension put in as well as the carburetor rebuilt it last ran about 3 years ago. It has brand new whitewalls and all four hubcaps I have just bought a new long 6v battery and a lot of nos voltage regulators from eBay the interior looks marvelous as well as the outside 99.99 percent rust free other than the floor boards but even that is an easy fix, but just don't have the time. I want to sell it to someone who will restore it original and not a low rider or hot rod it. email me for pics ((july_93704@yahoo.com)) or I can text them. price is 4800 obo. I think price is a deal given the condition of the car. Car is blue with gray, all trim is there and has 80k miles. Am writing this on the fly so if you hace Q's text me @ 559907 five, zero, six, two. Thanks
  24. Was wondering if anyone had any information on the best procedure to remove and replace the complete window mechanism for a 1973 Buick Riviera. I have the service manual for the '73 but nothing in it about the body. I also have the '73 Fisher body manual but it really does not have anything specific on the Riviera. Does anyone have any additional information or has taken one in and out and perhaps can guide me as to the best procedure? Your help will be appreciated. Lee p.s. I recently purchased a regulator w/o the motor and have no idea of how to rewind the spring and install a motor. How can one get the spring at the proper tension while installing it on the window arm slot?
  25. I have the opportunity to buy a 1985 Buick Riveriera convertible turbo. I have done some research, and my friend is selling it for $7k. The car is in good overall shape but needs some minor fixes. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!