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2 hours ago, J3Studio said:

 

One of 49 1985 convertibles with the turbo.


So, how did that first iteration of the turbo V6 actually run? No intercooler, no sequential fuel injection, last year for the distributor, too. Anyone know?

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On 7/4/2020 at 8:16 PM, Rivdrivn said:


So, how did that first iteration of the turbo V6 actually run? No intercooler, no sequential fuel injection, last year for the distributor, too. Anyone know?

 

The Riviera's turbocharged V6 gained sequential fuel injection in 1984, so this car has that. Despite my admiration for the turbo Rivieras, I've never driven one, so I'll leave it to those who have to discuss drivability. Here's what I believe is the sixth-generation turbo chronology:

 

    1979-1980 LC8—Rochester Quadrajet M4ME four-barrel carburetor, 185 bhp

    1981-1983 LC8—Rochester Quadrajet E4ME four-barrel carburetor, 180 bhp

    1984-1985 LM9—sequential fuel injection, 200 bhp

 

—horsepower figures are not definitive and many sources do not agree.

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White 68 is back, for sale again by a dealer this time.

 

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/ctd/d/torrance-1968-buick-riviera-hp-v8-2-dr/7155444234.html

 

 

1968 Buick Riviera 430/360HP V8 2 Dr Hardtop Coupe Stock# 0018 - $24500

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1968 Buick Riviera 430/360HP V8 2 Dr

VIN: 494878H900018
fuel: other
odometer: 0
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

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DESCRIPTIONWest Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional unrestored example in its original 'Arctic White' (Code C) factory color paint with its original Black Landau Vinyl Roof and its original Black (trim code 688) vinyl interior of a completely rust free 1968 Buick Riviera 430/360HP V8 with original factory options including air conditioning, power steering, heater, power brakes, power windows, power antenna, power seats, tilt steering wheel, white sidewall tires, dual exhausts, AM 'Sonomatic' radio, electric clock, full carpeting and with it's original matching # 430ci/360HP 4 barrel engine and automatic transmission and with original Buick Rally wheels!

Super striking example in original 'Arctic White' factory color paint with it's original factory Black vinyl interior. Obviously always garaged with no signs of any accidents or rust whatsoever! The floor boards, trunk and all the typical rust-prone areas are completely solid and rust-free - obviously an always garaged and cherished car since new!

The car looks extremely impressive and is in quite exceptional and mostly completely original condition throughout! The dashboard, the headliner, the carpets and all the seats are in exceptional condition with only very minor signs of wear! All the chrome-work is also in exceptional condition and the original spare wheel and jack are located in their compartment in the trunk.

The original and matching # legendary 430/360HP was an entirely new and significant change and improvement with greater power and torque over the previous 425 'Nailhead' engine from 1964-67 and is extremely strong and powerful with 475 lb ft of torque stemming from the 3:42 posi rear end. This particular car drives absolutely magnificently - must be driven to be believed - drives straight as an arrow with no strange road wobbles, shakes or rattles - a truly remarkable daily driver that will give any modern day sports car a run for it's money! The transmission shifts smoothly through all the gears, there are no noticeable oil leaks and the temperature always remains cool! The odometer mileage reads 8,764 miles and the odometer is working although please note that unfortunately the mileage is undocumented.

Recent service history includes a recent overhaul of the fuel system, reconditioned A/C which has been converted to R134, new Rochester Quadrajet carb, new fuel pump, new water pump, belts, alternator, power steering pump, brakes, shocks, plugs & points.

It is rare that Detroit followed one design triumph with another but such was the case with the second generation (1966-70) Buick Riviera! Larger than the original 1963-65 series, it was nevertheless beautifully designed with flowing lines that managed to also incorporate the traditional 'razor edge' look exemplified by Hooper bodied Rolls Royce's and was shared by the Oldsmobile Toronado and used by Cadillac for the Eldorado the following year! A new 425 cid V8 was added under the hood to further enhance the cars reputation as a high end powerhouse. The dual headlights reverted to a horizontal arrangement and now retracted above the grille when not in use and the rear styling featured full width tail lamps. The body's clean lines were enhanced by the lack of vent windows and inside a new instrument panel was to be found. It incorporated a unique vertical drum type speedometer and a full compliment of gauges. A design that has since received the coveted certified 'Milestone Car' status recognition by the 'Milestone Car Society' of post war cars (1945-72) who judged their cars in five catagories; styling, engineering, roadability, performance and innovation and craftsmanship. A Milestone car had to be superior to its contemporaries in at least two of these catagories. Definitely one very rare and highly desirable and collectible original example of one of the outstanding GM designs of the sixties, which has high repute amongst collectors for both it's beautiful lines and smooth and high power performance for a luxury coupe. In 1968 the model had larger reshaped front and rear loop-type bumpers that encased both the grille and tail lamps and the larger 430/360HP V8 engine.

In summary, this particular example is one very fine example of this great daily driving and unrestored survivor and turn-key ready to enjoy today obviously always garaged and rust free increasingly desirable and collectible 1968 Buick Riviera 2 door Hardtop coupe! A sure-fire investment that's sure to appreciate over the years for any classic American sixties car collector or simply any Buick enthusiast!
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Buick Riviera -- Low Miles, 1 Owner Garage Kept - $3500

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1982 buick riviera

fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

For Sale at Auction www . BidDynamic . com
This online auction ends Wednesday, July 8 @ 7:00 PM

50,000 +/- miles. One owner, family car. Garage kept from new! Current PA inspection. Brand new battery. Excellent tires. A-1 condition interior. Never smoked in. Perfect for a work car or weekend cruiser.
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1971 Buick Riviera, bucket seats, floor shift console - $25000 (Festus)

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1971 Buick Riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: brown
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1971 Buick Riviera, 455, auto, loaded with some rare factory options.

This is an amazing boat tail 1971 Buick Riviera, the first year for the bodystyle and arguably the most desirable year. It is an unrestored car with a single repaint in the factory color. It has the complete original interior and is in very nice condition.

This car was ordered and owned locally by a gentleman that took great pride and care of the car for decades. Upon his passing, it was willed to a family member and a few years later, purchased by me.

The rare options include a factory rim-blow steering wheel, speed warning system, and Max-Trac which was an early version of traction control. The rim-blow steering wheel was not functioning so was replaced by the more traditional three spoke version so the horns work (also has the optional added horns). The rim-blow steering wheel is included.

The factory a/c is complete and intact but will need checked out and converted to 134. I've bypassed the low pressure switch to test the compressor and it engages and runs quietly. It should merely need the system evacuated and leak checked, then converted to 134.

It has new whitewall tires on the factory chrome wheels. I've also replaced the exhaust from the dual mufflers back. The car runs and drives very nice and always draws attention when out and about.

$25000 firm, and I'm not interested in any trades or offers. Thanks in advance.
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Just a few Rivieras at Mecum's Indy auction over the next eight days. All descriptions as claimed by Mecum and/or the seller.

 

1970 Glacier White Riviera GS coupe with a white vinyl top, a white interior (not pictured), and 31,000 miles ($14,000 hammer price):

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-428788/1970-buick-riviera-gs/

 

1970 gold Riviera GS coupe with a black vinyl top and a green vinyl bench seat (no sale at $25,000)

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-413983/1970-buick-riviera-gs/

 

1973 Burnt Coral/Burgundy/? Riviera GS Stage 1 coupe with a white vinyl top, saddle vinyl 40/40 seats, and 23,000 miles ($41,000 hammer price):

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-414593/1973-buick-riviera-gs-stage-1/

 

1982 White Riviera convertible with 45/45 maple leather seats ($6,500 hammer price):

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-413361/1982-buick-riviera-convertible/

 

—also one ur-Riviera. 1955 Belfast Green/Dover White two-tone Special Riviera coupe with a green/white bench seat ($22,000 hammer price):

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-428751/1955-buick-special-riviera/

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1964 Buick Riviera for Sale

https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/buick/riviera/2334725.html

$43,000

Location: Orange, Connecticut, 06477
VIN #: 7K1030122
Transmission: Auto
Condition: Mint
Exterior: Gold
Interior: Brown Leather

 

Beware, there is a scam listing on Baltimore Craigslist using these same pics and partial description as this listing. the CL price is $17K

I flagged it so hopefully the CL listing will get taken down before someone gets taken for a ride.

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There were just a four Rivieras at Mecum's Indy auction and all but one sold. All descriptions as claimed by Mecum and/or the seller.

 

1970 Glacier White Riviera GS coupe with a white vinyl top, a white interior (not pictured), and 31,000 miles ($14,000 hammer price):

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-428788/1970-buick-riviera-gs/

 

1970 gold Riviera GS coupe with a black vinyl top and a green vinyl bench seat (no sale at $25,000—designated as The Bid Goes On … in case someone comes forward with a higher bid)

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-413983/1970-buick-riviera-gs/

 

1973 Burnt Coral/Burgundy/? Riviera GS Stage 1 coupe with a white vinyl top, saddle vinyl 40/40 seats, and 23,000 miles ($41,000 hammer price):

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-414593/1973-buick-riviera-gs-stage-1/

 

1982 White Riviera convertible with 45/45 maple leather seats ($6,500 hammer price):

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-413361/1982-buick-riviera-convertible/

 

There was also one ur-Riviera. 1955 Belfast Green/Dover White two-tone Special Riviera coupe with a green/white bench seat ($22,000 hammer price):

 

https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0520-428751/1955-buick-special-riviera/

 

The $41,000 that the 1973 GS Stage 1 went for is right on Hagerty's "all the money" for a #1/Concours car.

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1964 Buick Riviera - $16500 (ST JOHNS)

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1964 Buick Riviera

VIN: 7K1158998
condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 21470
paint color: white
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

This Very Original 1964 Buick Riviera has the 425 CID 340hp Wildcat V8 Engine
• Automatic
• Bucket Seats
• Center console with the shifter on the floor
• Power Windows
• Power Steering
• Power Brakes
• Nice paint and Interior
• All gauges work
• Original radio works
• Cold factory A/C.
• Runs & drives great.
• New radiator, muffler, fan clutch, thermostat, motor mounts, transmission mount, oil pan gasket, transmission gasket done within the last couple of months.
• The odometer indicates 21,470 miles (title states exempt). No mileage documentation at this time.
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1971 Buick Riviera. 455 engine completely rebuilt with only 2k miles on it. 400 turbo trans. 84,600 original miles on the car. This Riviera was featured in the movie Hangman with Al Pacino and Karl Urban. Driven by Al Pacino himself. New paint, new interior after movie rental. This is the cleanest boat-tail you will ever find. $32,500. No trades. Vehicle garage kept, covered. I also have the temp tags they used in the movie, a signed photo of the car by Al Pacino that can all go with it. Less

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1971 Buick Riviera, bucket seats, floor shift console - $25000 (Festus)

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1971 Buick Riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: brown
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1971 Buick Riviera, 455, auto, loaded with some rare factory options.

This is an amazing boat tail 1971 Buick Riviera, the first year for the bodystyle and arguably the most desirable year. It is an unrestored car with a single repaint in the factory color. It has the complete original interior and is in very nice condition.

This car was ordered and owned locally by a gentleman that took great pride and care of the car for decades. Upon his passing, it was willed to a family member and a few years later, purchased by me.

The rare options include a factory rim-blow steering wheel, speed warning system, and Max-Trac which was an early version of traction control. The rim-blow steering wheel was not functioning so was replaced by the more traditional three spoke version so the horns work (also has the optional added horns). The rim-blow steering wheel is included.

The factory a/c is complete and intact but will need checked out and converted to 134. I've bypassed the low pressure switch to test the compressor and it engages and runs quietly. It should merely need the system evacuated and leak checked, then converted to 134.

It has new whitewall tires on the factory chrome wheels. I've also replaced the exhaust from the dual mufflers back. The car runs and drives very nice and always draws attention when out and about.

$25000 firm, and I'm not interested in any trades or offers. Thanks in advance.
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11 hours ago, DrownedRiv said:

 

WOW!

 

That's a hell-of-a price.

 

It looks like there were tires on them at one time, with the valve stems in place, but they don't look TOO used that's for sure.

 

I know I don't need any more wheels, and/or wheel covers, but I am waiting for them to give me a price for shipping to NC. Guess we'll see if I get them or not.

 

Thanks for posting!

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5 hours ago, Rivman said:

 

WOW!

 

That's a hell-of-a price.

 

It looks like there were tires on them at one time, with the valve stems in place, but they don't look TOO used that's for sure.

 

I know I don't need any more wheels, and/or wheel covers, but I am waiting for them to give me a price for shipping to NC. Guess we'll see if I get them or not.

 

Thanks for posting!

Agreed!  The price is great.  Some might consider it a steal.

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On 7/18/2020 at 1:51 PM, J3Studio said:

There were just a four Rivieras at Mecum's Indy auction and all but one sold. All descriptions as claimed by Mecum and/or the seller.

 

1970 Glacier White Riviera GS coupe with a white vinyl top, a white interior (not pictured), and 31,000 miles ($14,000 hammer price):

 

 

 

The $41,000 that the 1973 GS Stage 1 went for is right on Hagerty's "all the money" for a #1/Concours car.

Any idea how the Stage 1 impacts the value vs. GS or base models?

 

I'm thinking 15 - 20% over the GS?

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32 minutes ago, NC1968Riviera said:

Not mine 

4 16” Polished Aluminum Buick Riviera Wheels Rims - $89

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/pts/d/newton-upper-falls-4-16-polished/7158768376.html

 

I know you’re just reposting the add Mike, but I thought I would mention a couple of errors in their add.

 

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The wheels for the last generation were not “Polished Aluminum” but actually a "basecoat/clearcoat painted" wheel.

 

Even though you don’t see these much, they were the original wheels for the ’95 to ’97 naturally aspirated Riviera. The more popular 12 spoke wheel, was installed when the supercharger was ordered, which was more common.

 

Sure, these will fit any of them, but I don’t think it was available after ’97 once the supercharger was standard equipment. They do look to be in pretty good condition.

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*****CAR SOLD TODAY. *****

SOLD IN ONE DAY, WOW

 

My friend Bob Slusser is assisting his friend with the sale of his 70. See many additional images and info on his post on the cars for sale thread at v8buick.com. 

 

Copy and paste photos link https://www.flickr.com/photos/17586947@N08/albums/72157715294712098

Exterior: This car was recently disassembled and professionally refinished in 2014 by Hausfeld Classics LLC in Springboro Ohio. Restoration took over two years and 1,000 hours labor to complete. The paint and bodywork are exceptional using PPG BC/CC BLACK. The trim stripe was custom painted gray for a tasteful mild accent. Chrome bumpers were newly done

Many replacement and NOS parts were used upon reassembly after paintwork: Fenders, Fender skirts NOS Wheel New Vinyl Top New Trunk Carpet

Interior: While most interior was intact and in excellent condition .door panels and soft interior was either professionally cleaned and restored. New ACC carpet, headliner, front seat covers, New GM window motors installed

Options include tilt wheel, Auto Temperature control, Power Windows, Power Brakes, gauge package, Factory AM FM stereo

New under mounted remoted controlled head unit and upgraded speakers. Sounds really good.

Engine: The engine is a freshly rebuilt correct block, new pistons. Engine is mostly correct with an edelbrock carburetor and electric choke

Ac blows cold with correct compressor and components .converted to 134A

Transmission: The original 400 transmission has been overhauled with the best of components and shifts firm in all gears

Wheels & Suspension Wheels are NOS and perfect Chrome wrapped BF Goodrich Redline Radial TAs. The front and rear suspensions have been rebuilt. All new bushings, ball joints, and Brakes Factory Posi Traction Rear-end .Custom Flowmaster Exhaust

Owner is asking $34,500 located in Dayton Ohio between Columbus and Cincinnati

937-286-4343 Bob Slusser Email Bobbybuick@sbcglobal.net

*****CAR IS SOLD*****

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23 hours ago, Rivman said:

Even though you don’t see these much, they were the original wheels for the ’95 to ’97 naturally aspirated Riviera. The more popular 12 spoke wheel, was installed when the supercharger was ordered, which was more common.

 

Are there exact or approximate numbers for sales of the supercharger option in 1995, 1996, and 1997? Obviously, they were pretty high or Buick wouldn't have made it standard in 1998 and 1999.

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18 hours ago, J3Studio said:

 

Are there exact or approximate numbers for sales of the supercharger option in 1995, 1996, and 1997? Obviously, they were pretty high or Buick wouldn't have made it standard in 1998 and 1999.

 

I would have to believe there are numbers out there somewhere? Of course, they could have been disposed of, or lost over the years too?

 

I’m not sure where Tom B got his information a few years ago when he was putting together his report about the Silver Arrow? That might be the same way to determine the supercharger option? It would take some time to look through every VIN and see how it was built, just for ’95 that would be over 41K lines of info to search.

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  • RivNut changed the title to Rivieras and Riviera parts for sale on local Craigslist, eBay, etc.

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