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  1. 1964 Buick Wildcat 401 Nailhead. The frame has already been restored, and some sanding work has been done. The interior is original. Runs good, but pings when floored, so it will need a tune up. I can provide pictures. Asking $13,000 OBO. This car will easily be worth $30,000 when the restoration is complete.
  2. $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
  3. once again, I need to call on you for help with my Buick. I bought a new water pump. There is only a single option available for the 401 engine. When I got it home, I checked for fit (I thought) by looking at the bolt holes. Yup, everything lines up, and when I laid it on top of the timing case cover on a workbench, it looked fine. So.......I went ahead and turned in the core. This is not my first rodeo, so I should have known not to turn in the core until the new part was installed. But when I went to install it today, I could see from the top down view, that the pump did not mate correctly only at the point where the lower radiator hose connects to the pump. The new pump is about 3/4" longer at this point, than the timing case cover, which leaves the back of the pump with an opening that can not seal. All the pump part numbers are the same from 1962 thru 1966. I can't find an alternate part number, like without A/C, or, Manual tranny, or anything silly like that. Anybody have any ideas?? My core is long gone, so if that's your idea....too late. Thank you, in advance.
  4. I'm working on a 65 riviera that sat for 10 years. I got it started and the water pump started leaking. No big surprise there. But while I was changing the water pump I got the bright idea to tighten the bolts around the timing cover. they looked wet. One bolt snapped off with hardly any pressure. It looked more corroded than I would have expected. So, I created a lot of extra work for myself taking the timing cover off to extract the broken bolt. When I took out one timing cover bolt near the fuel pump, much to my surprise, antifreeze came pouring out. I felt that from the corosion I saw on the other bolt that it was getting into coolant too. Can anyone tell me if there are bolts on the 401 that are supposed to thread into the cooling jacket??Please tell me this is normal. Thank you in advance!!
  5. 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???
  6. 1964 Wildcat Hardtop, with Buckets, console, 401, A/C, Power Steering and brakes and automatic. Rust free California Car, Looks great, runs great! many more detailed photos at www.vaultcars.com or Call Steve Snyder, 714-401-1047 $12,995, Anaheim, California.
  7. Hi! Can anyone confirm that the heads (stripped) from 1957-58 364cid, are interchangable with the 1960-64 401-425 HEADS? Got a broken 364 head, and a good 425 head.... :eek:
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