1966 Buick Riviera
This car was built in Flint, MI. From the factory, she was optioned with the Strato Bench, door guard moldings, rear seat speaker, seat-belts, power steering and power brakes.
When the current owner (a collector of mostly 60-70's era American muscle type cars) purchased the car several years ago she was in pretty good shape but needed freshening.
The car was partially pulled apart and repainted, the engine came out and was freshened up, the underbody was painted and new true dual exhaust was installed.
The paint is the original color, Riviera Silver Green, and the interior is all original in green vinyl.
The engine is the Wildcat 465 (named after the 465 lb.ft. of torque) 425ci Nailhead pushing out 340 HP. An Edlebrock Street Performer 4bbl carb was added along with the aforementioned dual exhaust. All that torque is sent to the Buick specific 10 Bolt, 3.07 geared rear axle.
There are some small imperfections in the paint on some of the chrome. The interior is in very good shape but does show some of the original mileage.
This car is a great driver and has looks not seen in any other cars of that generation.
The flip up headlights work correctly as does all the other electronics on the car.
Truly an awesome car to jump in an enjoy immediately.
Asking price is $26,000
Questions, to schedule a test drive/meet her in person or to make an offer, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Thanks for the interest.
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