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1973 with 53k miles - $15,900

 

https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/cto/d/1973-buick-riviera-boattail/6680260879.html

 

1973 Buick Riviera Boattail - 455ci - 53k miles - $15900 (long beach) hide this posting

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1973 buick riviera 

VIN: 4Y87U3H469809 
condition: excellent 
cylinders: 8 cylinders 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 53000 
paint color: brown 
size: full-size 
title status: clean 
transmission: automatic 
type: coupe 

Selling a very clean 1973 Buick Riviera Boattail with 53k original miles.
California Blue Plates and two owner car.
No rust at all!
Strong 455ci engine with TH400 automatic transmission.
Newer Paint in original color Burnt Coral.
Lots of history/paperwork what goes with the car.
$15.9k obo
For serious interested people, I can send a link with 400 photos and videos.

Not desperate to sell so no low balling!
No trades!
Don't need help to sell my car! Edited by cjp69 (see edit history)
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And it has a consolette!  Where's PWB -- on his way to LaLa land...?  :huh:

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Of course they pop up right after I get my ‘73 Chevy.

That bronze gem is close from my first ‘73 Riviera’s home, Visalia

Doubt he’ll trade....

 

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Recent acquisition of a nearly new condition 1967 - 1969 hub and medallion for Super Deluxe Wire Wheel Covers. Part number is 1377173. This is an original GM produced part, not a recent reproduction part. 

 

Hub shows no sign of ever being mounted on a wheel cover or used on the road. No pitting of the chrome or underlying pot metal base. Very minor storage scuffs and light dust due to no original box. 

 

The plastic Riviera logo medallion has no scratches on the face or missing silver or black paint on the reverse side. 

$60. 00 plus FREE USPS Priority shipping to anywhere in the USA. International shipping rates apply. 

 

Contact me if you have any questions. 

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1973 - $18,900

 

https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ram/cto/d/1973-buick-riviera/6674690179.html

 

1973 Buick Riviera - $18900 (St Paul)

 

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1973 buick rivera

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 68100
paint color: blue
size: full-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1973 Buick Riviera for sale $18900 OBO. This car is a survivor. Fantastic paint, motor, interior. All the original paperwork and everything works (except the clock). No rust and the chrome is in very good shape with no pitting and deep shine. Work done in the past 12 months: completely rebuilt OE carb, brakes, new tires, complete tune up with new wires, exhaust manifold gaskets on both sides and all fluids changed. Interior is immaculate except for one seam tear on driver's seat which is pictured. No cracks in dash or arm rest, headliner like new and original carpet that isn't faded or worn. Glass is in great shape. This car was optioned with AM/ FM, AC, block heater, rear defogger, speed alert, cruise control, rally wheels and custom trim package plus dual exhaust.

Please feel free to text, email or call between 9am and 9 pm CST
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How come none of these great boattails are close to me? ?

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4 minutes ago, RivNut said:

How come none of these great boattails are close to me? ?

Minneapolis isn't so far from KC in the grand scheme of things! :lol:

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50 minutes ago, RivNut said:

How come none of these great boattails are close to me? ?

Are you looking for a great boat tail Ed?  Any year specifically?  LMK and I will keep an eye open for you.....

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It would be nice but with the four that I have plus two drivers if I were to buy another one, I'd be looking for pall bearers and my wife would be holding an auction.

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2 hours ago, RivNut said:

It would be nice but with the four that I have plus two drivers if I were to buy another one, I'd be looking for pall bearers and my wife would be holding an auction.

  It does look like your signature is pretty long.  BUT, no boat tails, either past or present!

 

 

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Nothing between the 67 and the 83's.  I've never had the thrill of the power of 455 or agony of filling the gas tank behind one.

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Seen for sale on FB Buick Riviera Cars and Parts for Sale - Official ROA Facebook Group

Listing is not mine.

Bumper Brackets
$100
Connersville, IN

One set of rear shocks and brackets for 74-76 Riviera and one set of front shocks and brackets for a 73 Riviera. All four for 100 bucks.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/BuickRivieraCarsandPartsforSale/permalink/2201143433437776/?sale_post_id=2201143433437776&rt=11

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2 hours ago, NC68Riviera said:

Seen for sale on FB Buick Riviera Cars and Parts for Sale - Official ROA Facebook Group

Listing is not mine.

Bumper Brackets
$100
Connersville, IN

One set of rear shocks and brackets for 74-76 Riviera and one set of front shocks and brackets for a 73 Riviera. All four for 100 bucks.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/BuickRivieraCarsandPartsforSale/permalink/2201143433437776/?sale_post_id=2201143433437776&rt=11

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ZOMBIE BUSTERS!

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That dark blue 73 in post #881 above is sharp. It reminded me of a 72 in same color I saw in a junkyard when I was 18 in 1980. Even with the demolished front end, those lines were very attractive in that color and it made a lasting impression. The only thing I could find on it that fit my 67 was the chrome wheels. I found out a couple weeks later after locating a new squeaking sound that the boattail era wheels bolt up but rub the brake drums!

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https://baltimore.craigslist.org/cto/d/1971-buick-riviera/6683695428.html

 

1971 Buick Riviera - $7800 (Parkville)

 

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1971 buick rivera

condition: fair
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: yellow
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: coupe

1971 Buick Riviera with a 455 cubic inch V8 and an automatic transmission. Originally a bench car with a column shift, I had an interior out of a GS installed and the car is now a console shift. Floors were sanded down and painted when the interior was installed but the lower quarters and fenders are starting to rust. The transmission has been rebuilt and the engine just had a recent tune up. Original paint. No leaks or burning of any fluids! Power windows all work, stereo is a new original fit bluetooth system in the stock location with no cuts to the dash. A/C was converted to 134A and blows ice cold.

Too many projects, and this needs someone to restore it before the rust starts eating it away. I have THREE spare rear windows for it, as well as spare clocks and emblems and an extra set of heads and exhaust manifolds, as well as non original wheels and tires.
All emailed offers will be deleted because as much as you think an offer of $6,000 is "fair for the car", it in fact is not a fair offer, mostly because YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE TIME TO ACTUALLY COME LOOK AT THE CAR BEFORE TELLING ME IT'S WORTH LESS! I get that people want to make an offer low enough that they can't lose but I am not desperate to sell and will only entertain fair offers.

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Hey Guys and Gals,

Has anyone seen this vehicle in Melbourne, Florida?  I have an opportunity to buy this Car and I am new to the family of Buick  Chasers. ROA# member 15664.  I am excited but can anyone post their thoughts on this car. I am from Idaho and any help would be greatly appreciated guys.  The link is below.  

http://s1378.photobucket.com/user/dramioncombs/slideshow/

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7 hours ago, Chimera said:

This car has an interesting choice of options.  Power seats, power windows AND vents, Wonderbar AM radio with power antenna and It has the Guidematic auto headlight dimmer from what's visible in the pictures of the interior. But it does not have air condtioning.  Not that a/c would be needed in a northern climate but it has the radiator shroud that came on the air conditioned cars.  We can't see it but I wonder if it also has a thermostatic clutch fan.  No pictures of the data plate or the VIN along with the Engine Serial number or Production code numbers.  I also thought that the only yellow available in 1964 was a much more pale yellow - Sunburst Yellow.Real or pieced together? 

 

Ed 

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1 hour ago, Chasingbuick said:

Hey Guys and Gals,

Has anyone seen this vehicle in Melbourne, Florida?  I have an opportunity to buy this Car and I am new to the family of Buick  Chasers. ROA# member 15664.  I am excited but can anyone post their thoughts on this car. I am from Idaho and any help would be greatly appreciated guys.  The link is below.  

http://s1378.photobucket.com/user/dramioncombs/slideshow/

Looks like a very nice car but I wonder if you can get along with a car that doesn't have air conditioning.  Are you personally familiar with the car?  The reason I ask is that you say the car is in Florida but it has Pennsylvania plates on it.  If it's actually a Pennsylvania car, you'd want to have someone go over it closely to see what, if any, rust repairs have been made to it.

 

Ed

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Thanks Ed for your Response. I did see that it has Pennsylvania plates and I have asked to have a third party inspection and find out actually where the car is in Florida.  There are some red flags because it says it has Air even though it shows it does not.  Do you have a recommendation of  a classic car inspectors that are nationwide and do a good job of looking at classics?  Air would be a very positive on this car since it gets into the 100's here in Southern Idaho sometimes.  I really appreciate your expertise being that you own all years of the Model that I love and am looking for.  I am excited in finding a good Riv that I can drive daily in the summer months. Thanks again

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