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    Would it hurt the value of my 71 charger 500 if I replaced the original 318 with a larger engine?
  2. 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
  3. 350 V8, 4 barrel carb. Duel exhaust through bumper. Ram Air Induction through functional hood scoops. Automatic 3 speed. 2dr hardtop coupe (vinyl white). Bucket seats. Runs well: 39,700 miles. Car lived in Montana all it's life (no salty roads). Good condition. Some aftermarket modifications on interior & rims, but would be easy to fully restore. Video can be watched at: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B79u...it?usp=sharing I'm open to reasonable offers, not low ballers. See Hagerty and NADA valuations below. Regards, Tyler email: BigSkyTyler [ at ] gmail.com call: 1-406-five87-six275
  4. WANTED 1970s cadillac eldorado convertible, daily driver, only have up to $8000 to spend. thanks for leads, referrals. jerry whitfield 336-765-8312 or send email
  5. Storage kept for the last 15 years. 55,167 miles with all original interior/engine. Needs tune up but starts. Vehicle is located in Philadelphia. Please make a offer if interested. Thank You
  6. Im new to the centurion world and thought they basically were the same car from 71-73. So i bought alot of parts that dont fit or came in a package deal. I own a 1972 and purchased a 73 rear bumper which of course doesnt fit.Then i found a guy in lubbock that had parts for a 72 and he sold me alot of stuff that i already had along with the front and back bumper which i needed. So here is my parts list excluding shipping set of black factory wheels w/o tires $300 decent condition a 71 grill. great condition $200 Door panel top and bottum and rear panels top and bottum.---gold and brown--$200 Back bumper filler (goes underneath the trunk)left and right side---$100 Gold 71 hood has crease on top right side(fixable)----$75 73 back bumper with lights (driver side was broke in shipping still useable) $100 I have a pair of the back corner pieces left and right---$100 I have a trunk lid with the grilles in it. Don't know which year that is . $150 The little storage console$100 Now i do have alot of little misc pieces that i will be taking offers on Seatbelts,interior trim,back quater panel light marker,driver side hood hinge, ash trays, back bumper brackets1973, and more. If you are looking for a small trim piece please email me as i might have it. My email is tripledcustoms@gmail.com . It comes straight to my phone so i can get u a quick response. If you have a picture of a part u need email me the pic so i can match it and i will let you know. I leave my shop at 5pm central everyday. I will still take calls but cannot get pictures until the next morning. 214-554-2631 bubba Located in dallas
  7. Hey guys my name is bubba. Pretty new to this forum and had a couple parts for sale. I have a 1972 centurion and have only had it for about a month and a half. Im a newbie to the centurion world and have been searching and ordering parts without doing alot of reasearch. So now im out of a little money and i have alot of parts that dont fit a 1972. I have a back bumper for a 1973. I have a grille and headlight bezels for a 1971. Some door panels. A trunk lid for a 1971.A hood that has some damage on the tip. I have a set of black buick factory rims all 4. Alot of interior pieces and chrome pieces. I can be reached at 214-554-2631 or tripledcustoms@gmail.com. It goes direct to my phone so i will answer quick. Thanks fellas. I can email pics and sms pics. just let me know what you are looking for
  8. Hi, need to buy new radiator for 1971 Riviera w/AC. I don't want any plastic / alu applications. New brass that looks stock is what i want. Any suggestions regarding supplier ? Thank you
  9. Good day everyone, My father bought a 1971 Buick Riviera when he was 18. He babied this car for so many years. It rarely saw the light of day at times. He and my mom have gotten to the point in their lives where they don't want to stare at this car in garage anymore. (As beautiful as it is.) They have talked about selling it so I am looking to get some info on the potential value of this car. Stats - 46,000 original miles, 455ci Engine, Power Windows, Power Trunck Release, Original Wheels, Factory AC, air suspension, and last but definitly not least, an 8 track player. The color is the copper color with light saddle cloth interior. Needless to say there are no tears or stains in the interior. What would a car like this go for in the Riviera market? We are in the central valley of California. Unfortunately I don't have a picture with me now to post. Would love some insight from the professionals here.
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