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On 6/26/2021 at 8:08 AM, PWB said:

Swap bamboo cream for copper mist…fate fatal 😔

 

so close

 

Paul, I figured that you would be all over this one!  ;)

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1 hour ago, MasonLucas said:

1964 Buick Riviera 425 2x4bbl Super Wildcat On Ebay

Unfortunately, it is not a Super Wildcat.  He says in the ad, that it is coded KW.  Someone just installed the dual carbs.

 

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Here is a set of code#895 wheels on FB Marketplace. Listed under “Buick Wheels ….” The listing is from Waterloo, IA.

 

Deals are still out there. $150 for the four.

 

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5 hours ago, RivNut said:

Here is a set of code#895 wheels on FB Marketplace. Listed under “Buick Wheels ….” The listing is from Waterloo, IA.

 

Deals are still out there. $150 for the four.

 

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There are some deals to be found for the 895s. Still a few nice ones out there since they dont have 50+ years of use on them. Not so much for the 853s or 802s...much tougher to find a "deal"; whats out there for cheap are pretty worn/rusty. 

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1 hour ago, J3Studio said:

1978 Buick Riviera LXXV coupe on Bring a Trailer, showing 75,000 miles on the odometer.
 

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1978-buick-riviera-75th-anniversary-edition/

 

@RivNut (and perhaps others ROA members) have weighed in. Bid up to $7,500 with 5 days left.

Must be some other dude using the same handle.  I do not follow BAT, and I for sure didn't post anything yesterday - spent most of the day in the garage. 

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2 hours ago, RivNut said:

Must be some other dude using the same handle.  I do not follow BAT, and I for sure didn't post anything yesterday - spent most of the day in the garage. 

 

Hah! That's what I get for assuming … I'll modify my original post.

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Want a new Riviera? A Dark Blue Metallic 1985 coupe with a blue heavily padded vinyl top, an AstroRoof, tan prima cloth 45/45 front seats, and 73 miles that sold at Mecum Indy for $37,000 plus buyer's premium is now available for $49,700:

https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/buick/riviera/2492965.html

 

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https://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/cto/d/tucson-1968-buick-riviera/7353690580.html

 

1968 buick riviera - $16,500

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1968 buick riviera

condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 38000
paint color: red
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

Up for sale a 1968 buick riviera. The car is a 2 owner unmolested original car. Interior is in great original condition. Paint is also original and in good shape for never being painted. Has factory air (needs charing) everything else in the car works. Just rebuilt carburetor (that's why air cleaner is off in pics, will be back on). Cars runs and drives. Come take a look, won't be disappointed.
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Judging by the painted door strike, I take issue with the 'original paint' claim, but I do agree that it looks like a mostly original, unmolested example.  Not highly optioned, but if that's really 38K on the first trip around, it would make someone a nice driver that could be spiffed-up and enjoyed immediately.

 

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I cannot copy and paste links while using this tablet, but you might want to check out the Cincinnati Craigslist. There’s a free boat tail just for taking it. The seller says that he’s moving and it has to go.

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4 hours ago, EmTee said:

Judging by the painted door strike, I take issue with the 'original paint' claim, but I do agree that it looks like a mostly original, unmolested example.  Not highly optioned, but if that's really 38K on the first trip around, it would make someone a nice driver that could be spiffed-up and enjoyed immediately.

 

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I concur on the paint. I'm thinking that is an unusual color combination for a 1968.

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Good afternoon,

 

I have a 425 Nailhead LX code that was removed from a 1965 Riviera GS to support an LS swap.  It was running perfectly when removed and is complete with everything except the starter.  The asking price is $4,500 obo for everything and the items are located in San Antonio Texas.  I can be reached at 210.549.6484 or robertson.bryan.c@gmail.com if you want to discuss.  BTW, I am NOT the idiot that removed the engined....just the guy who has it now.20210720_181154.jpg.873c4d32ac0c8bbd26bdb345d0821f71.jpg20210720_181201.jpg.fc89416b12e3f868c654be1608b67758.jpg

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Does it have the LX distributor?  If not, with a Quadrajet, it’s basically an MW engine, 1966 Riviera 425. If you’re thinking special cam, you need to find the article written by Dennis Manner that he wrote as an answer to a Q&A in a Riview a number of years ago.  Look at the specs and compare to the 1963 base cam.

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https://norfolk.craigslist.org/cto/d/deltaville-1963-buick-riviera/7357442592.html

 

1963 Buick Riviera - $12,500 (Deltaville)

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1963 buick riviera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 40800
paint color: silver
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1963 Buick Riviera, 40,+++ miles, 401 V8,auto, body in very good condition, needs paint touch-up on hood, nice interior, brakes re-done, good tires, good chrome,
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45 minutes ago, awk409ak said:

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So for starters, what he has is a 65 LX block with a 66 intake with the Q-jet?  Correct?  Are the valve covers off a 401?

 

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Steel nailhead valve covers could be off anything from 59 - 66.  There are a few subtle differences but it’s hard to tell from the pictures what these may have come from. These have the locating tabs but I’m not familiar enough with them to be able to positively identify them. I do know that they’re switched right for left. 😁

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