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  1. First time poster, little knowledge about this older Buick coupe I have. I inherited this beautiful '86 LeSabre Sesquicentennial a few years ago. Less than 75,000 miles, rebuilt engine with less than 10,000 miles on it, garaged, everything except the heat worked. Unfortunately it got tagged in a parking lot and the right side door is now inoperable. I'm now looking to part it out if at all possible, really hoping that there may be some restoration interest somewhere. I have zero experience parting out a car and would love any tips or feedback ya'll can provide. Thanks!
  2. 1988 Buick Riviera, 2 door coupe, dark blue, with nice, clean blue velour interior, fully optioned, 3800 V-6 engine, 240,000 miles, needs rebuild, front wheel drive, always a Southern car, cost over $21,000 new, 2 owners, never wrecked, no body cancer, clean underneath, no dents, easy restoration. car is in Denver, near Charlotte, N. Carolina. Last driven in 2005, not drivable, bring trailer and take this classic home. NADA low retail is $2995, sell for half that amount for first $1495, 336-765-8312,
  3. 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. Thank you for any advice you can give me.<script type="text/javascript" defer="" charset="ANSI">if ( typeof Evernote == 'undefined' ) { /** * Represents global evernote context (namespace). * All objects should be a part of this namespace. * @type {Object} */ Evernote = {};}Evernote.inherit = function( childConstructor, parentClassOrObject, includeConstructorDefs ) { if ( parentClassOrObject.constructor == Function ) { // Normal Inheritance childConstructor.prototype = new parentClassOrObject; childConstructor.prototype.constructor = childConstructor; childConstructor.prototype.parent = parentClassOrObject.prototype; childConstructor.constructor.parent = parentClassOrObject; } else { // Pure Virtual Inheritance childConstructor.prototype = parentClassOrObject; childConstructor.prototype.constructor = childConstructor; childConstructor.prototype.parent = parentClassOrObject; childConstructor.constructor.parent = parentClassOrObject; } if ( includeConstructorDefs ) { for ( var i in parentClassOrObject.prototype.constructor ) { if ( i != "parent" && i != "prototype" && parentClassOrObject.constructor != parentClassOrObject.prototype.constructor[ i ] && typeof childConstructor.prototype.constructor[ i ] == 'undefined' ) { childConstructor.prototype.constructor[ i ] = parentClassOrObject.prototype.constructor[ i ]; } } } if ( typeof childConstructor.handleInheritance == 'function' ) { childConstructor.handleInheritance.apply( childConstructor, arguments ); } if ( typeof childConstructor.prototype.handleInheritance == 'function' ) { childConstructor.prototype.handleInheritance.apply( childConstructor, arguments ); } return childConstructor;};</script><script type="text/javascript" defer="" charset="ANSI">Evernote.EnClipper = { enClipperProcessId: -1, init: function() { Evernote.ResponseReceiver.subscribe(this); Evernote.Addin.getProcessID(document); Evernote.Addin.allowSetForegroundWindow(this.enClipperProcessId); }, onDataReceived: function(data) { if(data && (data.type == "process_id")) { Evernote.EnClipper.enClipperProcessId = data.data | 0; } }};</script><script type="text/javascript" defer="" charset="ANSI">/** * Proxy object for Evernote ActiveX component * @type {Object} */Evernote.Addin = { _addon : null, isAuthenticated: true, init : function(addin) { this._addon = addin; }, /** * Injects css specified by filename to specified document. * @param fileName - path to css * @param doc - document object */ injectStyleSheet : function(doc, fileName) { try { this._addon.InjectStyleSheet(doc, fileName) } catch (e) { Evernote.Logger.error( "Addin.InjectStyleSheet() failed " + e ); } }, /** * Injects script content to specified document * @param doc - document object * @param content - content of the script file */ injectScript : function(doc, content) { try { this._addon.InjectScript( doc, content ); } catch ( e ) { Evernote.Logger.error( "Addin.injectScript() failed " + e ); } }, /** * Loads file content from disk * @param url - path to the file */ loadFile : function(url) { try { return this._addon.LoadFile( url ); } catch (e) { Evernote.Logger.error( "Addin.loadFile() failed " + e ); } }, /** * Append message to log file with specified level. * Supported levels: * 0 - debug * 1 - info * 2 - warning * 3 - error * 4 - critical * @param logLevel * @param message */ log : function(logLevel, message) { try { this._addon.Log(logLevel, message) } catch (e) { Evernote.Logger.error("Failed to log message '" + message + "' to the log file due to error: " + e); } }, /** * Opens new note window. */ openNewNote : function() { try { this._addon.CreateNewNote(); } catch (e) { Evernote.Logger.error("Failed to open new note window due to error: " + e); } }, /** * Return path to directory on local filesystem for specified type. * @param type - type of directory to return. 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  4. 1986-1988 Pontiac 6000 exterior door rubber molding, NOS, in factory wrapper, $75. 336-765-8312, Winston salem, NC
  5. for sale NOS still in GM box: front door molding for an '84-88 Pontiac 6000. $55 plus mailing. 336-765-8312, North Carolina
  6. for sale NOS still in GM box: front door molding for an '84-88 Pontiac 6000. $55 plus mailing. 336-765-8312, North Carolina Jerry whitfield
  7. 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 -->