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  1. Looking for a tranny for a 1995 Rivera, not supercharged. Email dixiek726@yahoo.com
  2. Super Clean 1964 Buick Riviera, Vin#7K1112720. Mid 60’s Rivieras are widely considered the best designed post-war American car. This is a rust free Nevada/ CA car boasting a 425 c.i. (7.0) L. “Wildcat465” motor, Super-Turbine 400 automatic transmission, limited slip differential, fresh original Buick desert tan paint, all brand new Buick fawn color interior including: seats, door panels, headliner, carpet sunvisors, and trunk, Buick logo mattes, new hardwood console panels, new weather stripping throughout, power windows, brakes, and steering, new tires, chrome, period-correct Keystone mags with Riviera logo mag caps, plus original Buick hub caps set, Sunpro tach, strong motor and excellent mechanicals, CA registration through April 2013. Classic Car Magazine June 2010 said the #1 car to restore and collect. This car looks and drives awesome, and is a real head turner. Asking $19,900 Serious inquires only. See more photos here : Buick Riviera for sale | Hemmings Motor News
  3. Hello folks, I had a question I am trying to rebuild my 64 Buick Riviera's transmission. Looking for an master overhaul kit, but when I do most sites sell a TH-400 kit, even though 64 Rivi's came with a ST-400. What is the difference between a TH-400 vs ST-400 or is there any? I just don't want to buy a kit and find out their are a slight difference. Most places had really bad return policies. If anyone can help would greatly appreciate it. thanks!
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    64 Riviera Transmission

    Hello folks, Sorry for same treads, still getting familiar with the forum. I had a question I am trying to rebuild my 64 Buick Riviera's transmission. Looking for an master overhaul kit, but when I do most sites sell a TH-400 kit, even though 64 Rivi's came with a ST-400. Do they just categorize the transmissions differently ? Or what is the difference between a TH-400 vs ST-400 or is there any? I just don't want to buy a kit and find out their are a slight differences. Most places had really bad return policies. If anyone can help would greatly appreciate it. thanks!
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