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I have 2 1952 Super 2dr HT cars for restoration. The red one was my grandfathers, a restoration was started back in the early 80s before he passed. It is partially dis-assembled and the engine had been rebuilt but never run. I purchased the yellow one from Kansas back in 2000 as a parts car. It is completely assembled and unrestored; supposedly ran back in 1999 but I have not tired to start it. Between the two are good bodies, sheet metal, trim, powertrains, etc. Both could be restored or combined into one car. I also have numerous used and NOS parts I have been collecting over the past 10 years (not included with the cars). Both have clean titles and are located in the Minneapolis MN area. $3900 for both OR $2700 for the yellow one, $1700 for the red one. Pictures available upon request. firstname.lastname@example.org
The 1963 Buick Riviera defined General Motors new class of personal luxury cars. Other car companies and GM followed Buick with other offerings, but none ever compared to the unique styling of the first generation Riviera. The vehicle offered here is an excellent, well equipped example. This Riviera is painted in its original Blue/Green Metallic paint with a black bucket seat interior and center console. The photos don’t do justice to the bright metal work in the interior of this car. The engine is the Buick 445 4BBL Wildcat V8 coupled with an automatic transmission which has plenty of power to spare. One of the ideas behind personal luxury was performance and a smooth ride. This Riviera has both. Luxury and convenience options include: power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, Power windows, am radio with power antenna, remote driver side mirror, speed alert, and trip odometer. This vehicle is in excellent condition and is ready for your local cruise nite. Don’t pass up this beauty. Asking: $17,500. Please contact us at 631-224-7000 or Info@TalleyClassics.com <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=3 cellPadding=3 width=706><TBODY><TR><TD class=paragraph bgColor=#a0a0a4 height=132 vAlign=center width=162 align=middle>Engine <HR>Odometer Reading <HR>Exterior Color</TD><TD class=paragraph vAlign=center width=162 align=middle>445 4BBL Wildcat V8 <HR>114,000 <HR>Blue/Green</TD><TD class=paragraph bgColor=#a0a0a4 vAlign=center width=162 align=middle>Transmission <HR>Body Style <HR>Interior Color</TD><TD class=paragraph height=132 vAlign=center align=middle>Automatic <HR>2 Dr. Htp. <HR>Black</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
Hi. The steering wheel on my '63 is badly split and generally in a bad way. I think my best option is to replace the wheel for something like a Grant wood rim. Does anyone know which Grant boss/adaptor I need to order to fit the Riv'? I emailed a company called J C Whitney in the US but they haven't replied. Any help much appreciated. Any UK Riviera owners out there? Dave (AKA Isolated of Wales!)
I have set of Buick Aluminum drums and I am trying to identify them. They have steel weights on the outside face and are in good shape. I have a old parts interchange but they are not listed there. I think they are early ones, but I am not sure. The fifth diget could be 6 also, to read 1196637 but I am pretty sure it says 1196837. Any help will be appreciated Sincerely, John email@example.com