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1964 Buick Riviera - $22,500 (Olympia)

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1964 Buick Riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 106000
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

All Original vehicle never been molested. Runs and Drives great. It sat in an airplane hanger for 26 years. Then got all new rubber, belts, hoses complete service and a set of Vogue Tyres Gold strip Custom Wide Trac touring radial tires. Please only serious buyers. I've owned this car for14 years. 425 cu.in V8 Auto.
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4 hours ago, cjp69 said:

This one sold at RM Sotheby's in Sept 2020 for $72,600.  Very nice car, was owned / restored by ROA member Debra Powless from IL. 

She told me about the restoration process on this one. No expense spared. Top dollar all the way.

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On 1/14/2021 at 11:28 AM, cjp69 said:

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1963 Buick Riviera - $20,000

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1963 1963 Buick

condition: excellent
fuel: gas
odometer: 47150
paint color: black
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

Hello everyone, I'm posting this vehicle for a good friend. EVERYTHING is original. All original miles. He is the third owner of the vehicle second owner was his father-in-law and the first owner was the original owner of the car. It hasn't seen bad weather in the last 25 years always garage kept. He has done regular maintenance to keep the car running. Only thing that's not original is the paint. The power windows are all working condition no mechanical issues turn right on. Pictures cannot justify the beauty of this car, only has to be seen in person to appreciate it. He is getting very old and is ready to pass it on to the next person to appreciate and value this car. He is located in Mission Viejo and I could set up anytime you are willing to come see it. You will be in contact with me until you are ready to go see the car.

 

 

ME Likey!!

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Crummy pics.

 

1963 Buick Riviera
$15,000
Listed a day ago in Nampa, ID
 
 
 
 

 

About this vehicle
 
 
 
Driven 57,000 miles
 
Automatic transmission
 
Exterior colour: White · Interior colour: Blue
 
3+ owners
 

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Selling my 1963 Buick Riviera. Very nice rust free car. Runs and drives great. Has a 401 nailhead and dynoflo transmission. Its been lowered with Jamco 3" dropped springs front and rear. Other than that the car is all original. Message me with any questions.$15,000.
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On 1/5/2021 at 4:29 PM, 1965rivgs said:

  I am VERY familiar with this car. My friend purchased this through an auction house in Chicago on Ebay about 12 or 15 years ago. I stayed at his farm in Vermont for a week before the ROA meet in Gettysburg a few years back and I had a chance to thoroughly inspect the car as he wanted me to buy it. I passed on the opportunity because although I believe this car was a very well kept original GS there was obviously some rust repair which was performed before repaint and that repair was starting to show through. If you look closely at the pics there are some non original generic moldings which have been placed around the body....or at least there was when I looked at it. The car was originally white, the dual quads were added. If this was an original SCO paint dual quad car I would have had it on a Uhaul trailer in Gettysburg. My friend sold this car and a `62 Tbird convert to a dealer in Vermont who I believe is running it through Mecum.

  Sadly, my friend passed away a few months after my stay but thankfully I was able to spend some quality time with him on the farm. He was a very unique person who led an unusual life, and could weave a tale of it, over the course of a few too many whiskies, that was fascinating. My frequent chats with him are sorely missed.

Tom Mooney

Tom, looks like the car has an "MZ" code now.  That is one of the worst looking stampings I have seen. 

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/333865194512

 

 

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1 hour ago, cjp69 said:

Tom, looks like the car has an "MZ" code now.  That is one of the worst looking stampings I have seen. 

 

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Wow...that`s a damn shame. I`m quite sure about the pedigree of this car...you can even see the original "W" which is stamped to the far right of the "M".  If you bring up the pics of when the car was for sale by the dealer in Vermont there is a picture of the original single 4 barrel setup with air cleaner that was removed from the car. I`m seriously considering calling this dealer out and my guess would be the Vermont dealer, which is a large Ford dealer and active in the auction community, might be motivated to do so as well....just a damn shame...

Tom

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5 hours ago, 1965rivgs said:

Wow...that`s a damn shame. I`m quite sure about the pedigree of this car...you can even see the original "W" which is stamped to the far right of the "M".  If you bring up the pics of when the car was for sale by the dealer in Vermont there is a picture of the original single 4 barrel setup with air cleaner that was removed from the car. I`m seriously considering calling this dealer out and my guess would be the Vermont dealer, which is a large Ford dealer and active in the auction community, might be motivated to do so as well....just a damn shame...

Tom

 

Yeah, I spoke to one of the previous owners and he told me it was not an original MZ when I inquired about the vehicle. 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Chimera said:

That Z is WAY oversized also, hehehe.

 

 

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Yea and it looks like the Z was done with a chisel! The seller should be notified. Maybe they know and don't care but its possible they're going by what the person they got it from told them but still shame on them for not properly vetting what is being represented as a very rare car. 

This is exact reason I never wanted to post the original MZ stamp in a public forum as well as using careful judgement when sending it privately.  

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9 hours ago, JZRIV said:

This is exact reason I never wanted to post the original MZ stamp in a public forum as well as using careful judgement when sending it privately.  

 

It's awful, but I agree with @JZRIV. So many of us want to share our hard-won knowledge, but there are unscrupulous folks who will use that data to make a car into something it isn't. I've personally seen this on other marques—it's most common when the change in one characteristic can cause an outsize change in value.

I'll keep this in mind as I continue to work on the Riviera Project. Perhaps a little less data and a few more warnings.

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Man, these boats are flipping fast. That car was up for sale just a few years ago up north.

Hence the no AC.

Now she’s in Florida.

Well I guess one can drive her the two cool months out of the year in comfort. Not me.

 

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1964 Buick Riviera - $15,600 (Lago Vista)

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1964 Buick Riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 137000
paint color: silver
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1964 Buick Riviera
425 cubic inch "nailhead" engine, that came from the factory rated at 465 ft/lb torque.
Turbo-Hydromatic 400 automatic transmission
4 core radiator,no rust ever
Silver color -Black custom interior-whitewall tires
Good road car, never wrecked
numbers matching
many options
$15,600 firm

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1964 Buick Riviera - $18 (Austin)

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1964 Buick Riviera

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fuel: gas
odometer: 32
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

1964 Buick Riviera with a powerful 425 nailhead that drives great with original working AC, electric windows, seat, and antenna. New front windshield Newer radiator New paint job New rechromed bumpers,headlight bezels and headlight grills. $18k. Ron 254-Four58-228Nine
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1964 Buick Riviera - $15,500 (Lago Vista)

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1964 Buick Riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 137000
paint color: silver
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1964 Buick Riviera
425 cubic inch "nailhead" engine, that came from the factory rated at 465 ft/lb torque.
Turbo-Hydromatic 400 automatic transmission
4 core radiator,no rust ever
Silver color -Black custom interior-whitewall tires
Good road car, never wrecked
numbers matching
many options and a/c
$15,500firm

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Old Air Products 24" manual Defrost (blue tab) control cable for 1968 Riviera and Full Size Buicks. Still sealed in OAP packaging. I used the other cable in this kit.

 

Verify the length of Defrost cable you need before committing to buy this.

 

$30 plus 10.00 postage to USA addresses only.

 

PM me if interested.

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Here are the details passed on to me of the 1966 Riviera being sold to contribute to a charity (shown in the recent Riview). 

 

 

"Obviously, the intention of the owner was to help us as we serve people in various countries around the world. We do medivac flights and angel flights, provide medical and dental clinics, build wells, teach reading classes and provide many other services to the local people in remote, undeveloped regions of the world. Please take a look at our website (flyawa.org) where you will see examples of the humanitarian work that we do. I share this information with you because we want to honor the donor's desire to provide funds for us to help as many people as possible. 
 
That being said, I have attached the appraisal for the car and pictures that the owner provided. I have been instructed to accept the appraised value or the appraised value and any amount above that as a charitable contribution to AWA. I have received several inquiries and we hope this car will be a blessing to both the purchaser and the nonprofit.
 
Here are comments from the owner:
 
"Here are the photos of the Riviera that we spoke about.  The mileage seen in the photograph is the mileage the car had at time of my purchasing it, and has about 250 additional miles on it as I have driven it some to "exercise" the car as well as checking out the rebuild on the main carburetor.  The Riviera is currently equipped with it's Factory Dual Quad setup, but the "front" carb showed no signs of needing to be rebuilt, so it was not and both Carbs now perform great.

The Transmission was recently serviced with a new filter, modulator, fluid and Aluminum Transmission pan.  I replaced the Factory Trans pan as it is made of thin metal & tends to distort its shape with periodic tightening of the bolts, whereas the Aluminum Trans pan does not distort and thus it seals well & does not leak.

The Air Conditioning system was recently upgraded from R-12 to R-134 Refrigerant, and the compressor was replaced with a NEW Factory style Compressor and the whole system was recently evaluated on a hot 106 degree Arizona afternoon and it blows cold!

The Suspension was recently rebuilt with new ball joints, shocks & other "consumables", and it drives superb.  The "body mounts" (I believe there are four of them) MAY be in need of replacement - Nonetheless, I THINK that in the miscellaneous items that comes with the car, is a set of body mounts.  I'm not certain on the newness or condition of said body mounts, however if they need replacing they are both a simple and cheap thing to replace.

The Trunk area is in as good of condition as the rest of the car and it is quite remarkable to me that it looks so good.  Most cars of this vintage cannot hold a candle to this car's trunk and carpeting.

The tires were replaced by the previous owner and even still have the "blue soap" on the whitewall!

This car is 54 years old and is near perfect.  However, it would take very little to get it extremely close to "perfection" with very little time, dollars and effort.  This could EASILY be "the centerpiece" of any Buick collector's museum, in my opinion and experience in dealing with Grand National Roadster Show Champion cars and 55+ years of building & restoring Hot Rods and Classic Cars.  I grew up with my stepfather's 1956 Buick Roadmaster, which he purchased new.  I guess you could say that Buicks are one classic car venue that I do know, inside & out. 

The car also comes with "extras", and they are;

Single four barrel intake manifold and carb.  Stock factory exhaust manifold, as it has been replaced with a Ceramic Coated "SANDERSON" exhaust manifold.  Ceramic coating lowers the exhaust (and underhood) temperature, and flows better.  Also, it looks great - just like polished stainless steel.   (Sanderson is a valued & highly respected manufacturer of aftermarket exhaust manifolds)." 

 

 
My office hours are Mon. - Thurs. 9am - 6pm Eastern time. Feel free to call or email me.
 
Sincerely,
Sharon
 
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I was looking at the appraisal and a couple of thinks stood out to me,

1) I did not realize that appraisals could be made from looking at photographs, and 

2) the appraisal says the interior is black, but on my monitor it looks dark green. 
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20 minutes ago, RivNut said:

I was looking at the appraisal and a couple of thinks stood out to me,

1) I did not realize that appraisals could be made from looking at photographs, and 

2) the appraisal says the interior is black, but on my monitor it looks dark green. 
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I noticed the same thing with the color, yet the paint almost looks gold (metallic) and the green is darker so probably just didn't get it right. It shows ZZ (Riviera Silver Green)There are more pages to the appraisal...

 

It does look like it came with a posi from factory, which is cool.

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28 minutes ago, RivNut said:

Trim Green, code EE on the one document.  How about the deposit receipt of $10? But when I looked at the ROA website, green is not mentioned as a trim color and E is Midnight Blue.  ????? 

 

Trim could be interior? green. Then color as paint as ZZ.

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