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For Sale: 1981 Buick Riviera - "totally original car, Slate Firemist metallic" - Kernersville, NC - Not Mine


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For sale on Craigslist: 1981 Buick Riviera in Kernersville, NC  -  $8,750  -  Call Greg:  336 671 92 two two

 

Link: https://winstonsalem.craigslist.org/cto/d/kernersville-1981-buick-riviera/7309826381.html

 

Seller's Description:

1981 Buick Riviera

  • condition: like new
  • cylinders: 8 cylinders
  • transmission: automatic
  • odometer: 32,000
  • title status: clean

Selling my 1981 Buick Riviera with only 32,000 original miles. Slate Firemist metallic with matching vinyl Landau roof. I'm the second owner. The car is totally original - paint, engine and interior. Bucket seats with center console. Always garaged. New tires, belts, hoses, exhaust, bumper fillers, shocks and headliner within the last 3000 miles. Air Conditioning does not work. Selling for health reasons and unable to enjoy it any longer. Please call and leave a message - Emails and Texts will NOT be replied to.

 

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When new, these svelte cars were expensive,

well above the average person's car budget.

Now they're bargains, about the value of a 

used Ford Taurus!

 

For car fans, depreciation can be wonderful.

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Yes, Doug, I imagine it is the Olds 307. So-so power for the nice and heavy Riviera. We've had a '79 Riv with the BUICK 350, and an '85 Riv with the 307. The 350 did a much better job of getting the car off the line, and for passing power at highway speeds. The 307 is O.K., but the 350 is that much better (as I see it). Not trying to start a feud with anyone on the forum! John

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