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49 minutes ago, cjp69 said:

1969 Buick Riviera all original excellent condition

Coming out of Ohio I would definitely check the underside of this one, especially the rocker panels behind the lower chrome panels. I am speaking from experience... :(

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22 hours ago, NC68Riviera said:

You would think they would have posted more pictures when asking $58K for a car!

Agreed!

 

 I have some I got last week if anyone is seriously interested in the car. 

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On 5/24/2018 at 2:54 PM, RivNut said:

When the 1995 Riviera was introduced in early 1994, a number of local BCA and ROA members in the Kansas City area helped host the unveiling of the '95 to the Zone 6 Regional managers.  As compensation for helping, we were given access to a couple of the cars for a day's use and one of the above pictured books.  I donated my book to the ROA library some time ago.  

i was looking through some photographs for another reason and came across these photos of one of the Rivieras that we had use of for a day.  The colors didn't scan really nicely but you get the idea.  In my driveway parked next to my '63 which at the time was my daily driver.1274361303_1995Rivieranew2.JPG.921d59ef3fcec24c44183c19d908201d.JPG669902341_1995Rivieranew1.JPG.0e18cf3cee8f8b382ed799b2df60bbc2.JPG

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Needless to say, I like that '67 -- my color!  This one has the black cloth upholstery just like my friend's parent's car.  Those turbine wheel covers are unusual and also look really sharp!  ;)

 

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3 hours ago, EmTee said:

Needless to say, I like that '67 -- my color!  This one has the black cloth upholstery just like my friend's parent's car.  Those turbine wheel covers are unusual and also look really sharp!  ;)

 

 

Indeed! 

How rare and classy - turbines AND cloth seats. 

Business class upgrade for comfortable hauls.

 

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On 5/29/2018 at 3:57 PM, cjp69 said:

Agreed!

 

 I have some I got last week if anyone is seriously interested in the car. 

 

 

 

 

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Wow, that interior color scheme is gorgeous.  Wish changing the interior colors didn't mean replacing essentially EVERY single panel and part.

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22 hours ago, RivNut said:

https://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/d/1985-buick-riviera/6607254288.html

 

Not mine but I personally know the car and the owner.  This could be the buy of the century if this is the model you've been looking for.

 

Ed

Ed,

 

Agreed.  A beautiful and special Riviera!

 

As I have said, the owner is a stand-up guy based on previous dealings we have had.

 

Hope Jim might be able to bring it to the ROA meet.

 

Jim Vesely

 

ROA # 7437

 

 

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