1964 Buick Riviera Spt Cpe "Concours Restored Rare Super Wildcat Dual Quad 425
Price: US $51,311.00 Item location: Boca Raton, Florida, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Buick
- Model: Riviera
- SubModel: Super Wildcat
- Type: Sport Coupe
- Trim: Coupe
- Year: 1964
- Mileage: 83,830
- VIN: 7K1113660
- Color: Claret Mist
- Engine size: 425cid
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Buckskin
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1964 Buick Riviera Super WildcatAll matching #'s, ully option loadedPristine Car in Best Color Combination"
Exterior Color: ClaretMist(L)
Mileage driven since restoration: Less than 1000 miles(228)
FORMER RIVIERA OWNER'S CLUB NATIONAL WINNER!
Engine:Original Factory# matching completely rebuilt 425/360HPwith 465ft lbs oftorque "Super Wildcat V-8"Clearlyvisible stamped on the block is7K1113660(Original Factory Stamping)
Transmission: Originalfactorythree-speed Super Turbine 400completely rebuilt
Genuine wood trim
Power Steering(one finger steering)
Power Windows& power vent windows.
Tilt steering wheel
Buick factorywire wheel covers (Magnificent Condition)
Buick factoryAM/FM Radio with Buick Reverberator, ront &Rear speaker & power antenna(works and sounds great)
Buick trunk matwith Spare tire, ire cover & Jack
THE PAINT AND BODY ON THIS CAR IS OF CONCURS QUALITY.I KNOW IT LOOKS GREAT IN THE PHOTOS...IN PERSON IT'S EVEN BETTER!
1964 Buick Paint Chip Chart
The fit on both doors,hood and trunk are as good as you'll ever find!
The undercarriage, rame, loor & trunk pans arerocksolid.
The chrome and trim has all been done and look superb.Done to SHOW QUALITY!
The interior is new and looks & feels terrific.It is the best I've ever seen since I rode in a brand new Riviera back in 1964!
The trunkis the nicestdetailed one I've ever seen. (since 1964)
The engine compartment is spectacular and all correct.
The engine runs smooth and powerful and the transmission shiftsperfect making this car a real joy to drive.If you so inclined, ut the pedal to thefloor, pen up the dual Carter AFB'S and this car "Hauls A**"
I preferto relaxandcruiseat the legal speed limit and listed to the great sounding original AM/FM radio with the factory reverberator....it delays the sound from the rear speaker to the front speaker and makes it sound like your listening to music in a grand concert hall!
It cranks right up the first time...every time and the factory air-conditioningblows ice cold.
In 1963, he Buick Riviera was introduced to plug a gaping hole in GM's line. Buick's fortunes had fallen precipitously to ninth in the overall market, nd it was desperate for a flashy new product. All the GM divisions were fighting for the car, ut Buick's general manager Ed Rollert convinced GM design czar Bill Mitchell that Buick was the perfect division, ikely because Rollert agreed not to alter the stunning design of the original "La Salle" design sketches Mitchell presented.
Out of37,658Rivieras built in 1965, nly2122were ordered with option codefor the 425 CID Super Wildcat V-8 rated at 360 Horsepower and 465 ft. lbs. of torque at 2800 rpms. This is one of those very rare cars.ENGINES
Referred to affectionately as the "nailhead" due to the shape and size of the valves and their configuration, he425-cu.in. V-8 was stout!
The engine's original design debuted in 1953. The 425 is heavily based on the401-cu.in. V-8, ith an 1/8-inch increase in bore, llowing most of the engine internals to carry over. All425-cu.in. V-8s feature a unique camshaft, owever, ith more conservative valve timing.The Super 425featuresa dual four-barrel, 00cfm Carter AFB carburetor setup.With the twin four-barrels. The 425 was good for an easy 360hp and 465-lbs.ft. of torque at just 2,800 rpm. Coded LX by Buick, he 425 features 10.25:1 compression and has hydraulic lifters. Both the block and heads are cast iron.They breathethrough cast-iron exhaust manifolds, nto a special 21/4-inch dual exhaust system that was laminated to control noise. The standard Riviera had duals, ut with only 2-inch pipes.TRANSMISSIONS
The 1964RivieraSuper 425had a greatly improved transmission,the Super Turbine 400.TheSuper Turbine 400 featured a reinforced valve body. These transmissions also benefited from recalibration that allowed theSuperWildcat425to shift at higher rpm. The three-speed Super Turbine 400 featured four pinions in each planetary gearset, ersus the usual three.Gears were engaged by a combination of overrunning clutches and multi-disc clutches, o that the overrunning clutch for each lower gear released while the multi-disc clutch for the next higher gear engaged, uaranteeing an ultra-smooth transition between gears. Kickdown on the Super Turbine 400 is controlled electrically. And to compensate for changes in altitude, he transmission features an aneroid bellows that adjusts hydraulic pressure automatically. These revisions caused Car and Driver magazine to refer to the Super Turbine 400 as "without question, he best automatic transmission in the world."DIFFERENTIALSThe standard&only-rear axlein the Super 425was a 3.23-1ratio.Rivieras ordered with the Super Wildcat425 dual quad packagepackage were all gifted with a limited-slip differential.
In their day......and even in some present-day circles-Buick's massive 12-inchfinned-aluminum, our-wheel-drumbrake system was considered the best in the industry. While the brake linings covered a massive 320.5 square inches of swept area, he aluminum drum's superior conductivity allowed Buick to get by with less lining area per pound of vehicle than most other big car manufacturers. Motor Trend noted that the Riviera's "Al-Fin" brakes would "survive at least two more panic stops than other cars with cast-iron drums all-around." And even when they did fade, hey were noted to recover in half the time as cast iron drums. These Duo-Servo brakes were backed with Moraine vacuum boost as a standard feature.They had air-cooled fins in the front and finned drums in the rearBODY
A bit of trivia: All 1963 to 1965 Riviera doors were assembled without the exterior doorskin in place. This allowed assemblers to fit the frameless door glass properly; and then the outer doorskin was attached. The all-steel body of the1963-1965Riviera is stout and, n contrast to A-body Buicks, ore rust resistant.Thicker gauge metal was used on Rivieras a
INTERIORThe interior in the 1964Riviera is a beautiful mix of chrome, inyl and authentic walnut veneer. trivia: The Riviera's high center console was actually an engineering benefit. It allowed a straight route for the driveline, o that the Riviera could use a simple universal joint on its two-piece propeller shaft, ather than the more complex and expensive constant-velocity joint used in the other big Buicks.REPRODUCTION PARTS
The high nickel content in Buick nailhead V-8s makes them extraordinarily durable. Though not as common as the Chevrolet350-cu.in. V-8, good number of mechanical parts are readily available from a number of Buick engine specialists, nd even older neighborhood auto parts stores. The Super Turbine 400-essentially the same as the Turbo Hydra-Matic 400-is one of the world's great automatic transmissions, nd is easily rebuilt by any competent transmission shop.This transmission and enginewere completely rebuilt. The car runs fantastic and shifts exactly as it should...this is an amazing car to drive and hard to believe it is 52 years old!
I drove this car a few days ago all around Boca Raton....I am hard pressed to remember when I've received as many honks, aves, humbs up and people actually stopping &getting out of their cars to take photos of this car.
I realize most would call this car a "Trailer Queen" I really don't like this name given to any vintage car that is restored to this #1 level...and to be blunt, e do not want to sell this car to anyone who is going to onlyput it inside a trailer and take it to only car shows to win a "best of show" or 1st place award.
This car should be enjoyed and driven. If you want to take it to a car show thats a few hundred miles away...then PLEASE drive it toand from the show.Your smile will be as broad as mine was when I spent a few hours driving it around South Florida on a gorgeous day. I started off with the AC on and the power windows up.....but the AC blows so cold...and the weather was so glorious...that after twenty minutes, lowered all the windows, urned off the AC and cranked upthere FM station playing oldies and enjoyed the great South Florida day.
I could talk about this incredible car for hours....but better than more details...please study every photo and then pick up the phone and call me at(954) 873-6495and I'll give you the lowest acceptable price.
This car is inside myresidential air-conditioned garage....Hire an inspector or even better come in person. This is guaranteed to be a "NO DISAPPOINTMENT" 52 year old PRISTINE very collectable Buick Riviera at it's finest.
Located in Boca Raton, e are located between the Palm Beach International Airport (25 miles to the South) and the Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport (25 miles to the North)
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We have beensellingthe best of the best in Vintage & antique classic cars on Ebay since March of 2000. More than $150 MILLION DOLLARS of vintage cars.
We have 915 Positive Feedbacks, ll most all are for Vintage cars.
In actuality, e have sold over 3000 vintage cars since 2000! However, nly 1 out of 3 buyers wants to use the Ebay process.
Click here to see the cars we have sold this year :click hereWeunderstand that many collectors who are buying a car like this are doing so for investment purposes and do not want anyone else to know their final price of acquisition.
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I WOULD LIKE TO DEDICATE THIS AUCTION TO THE MEMORY OF SEVERAL OF MY CAR PALS WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY AND I KNOW ARE DRIVING AROUND IN THEIR FAVORITE RIDE IN "CAR HEAVEN"
JUST TO NAME A FEW.... EARL "MADMAN" MUNTZ, ARRY ISSACSON, ARRY FISHER, ERRY J. MOORE, IMMY LEAKE, OM BARRETT,CARROLL SHELBY, OHN WILLMENT, IR MALCOLM CAMPBELL, IR DAVID BROWN, ALLY PARKS,NELLIE, USS, amp; BRIANJACKSON, ERBIE LIVINGSTON, EORGE BARRIS, ACKFRIDAY,JIM RATHMANN, AROLD & JACK WILCOX,FIREBALL ROBERTS,MICKEY THOMSON, ORA ARKUS & ELFIE DUNTOV,HARLEY EARL, ILL MITCHELL, ILL JENKINS, D WEAVER, OIS EMINGER, ARVEY CRANE JR., OB GITTLEMAN, ARRY SHINODAAND SMOKEY YUNICK.Also a fond farewell to my long time Pal & one of the greatest car collectors in the world who just passed away, obert "Bob" Lee.
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
The car is for sale locally in South Floridaand we reserve the right to cancel this auction at any time before the end of the auction. We do not have a Buy It Now Price listed. If you wish to discuss the lowest acceptable price...PLEASE...DO NOT write us and say "What is your lowest price?"
Instead, all us at954-873-6495and we will be happy to discuss that with you.
The car will be made available for inspection by serious bidders throughout the auction. The car is garage kept in Boca Raton, lorida
Please e-mail us if you would like to see the car. If you prefer, e can arrange to have a qualified, ndependent, rofessional mechanic perform a pre-purchase inspection for you (at your expense).
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL AS A FORM OF PAYMENT. THIS IS TRUE FOR BOTH THE INITIAL DEPOSIT AS WELL AS THE FINAL PAYMENT.
This1964Buick Rivieraturns heads &causes a sensation whereverit's driven!Shipping: If you need help shipping this car in the U.S. or anywhere else in this world, will be happy to put you in direct contact with Mary Olson who has been our sole shipping person for not only us, ut for several of my friends who own car museums. She is honest, eliable, ependable and gives great personal service. She has arranged shipping for myself and several of my friends of more than 3000 cars over the past 10 years.Twenty First Century Auctions has been selling fine Late model sports cars, intage and collectible cars on EBAYMOTORS since March of 2000 and we have a 100% feedback rating.Even in this very tough economic times where real estate has tumbled down a very steep hill....vintage cars...the real ones...the pedigreed cars in great restored or near perfect original condition continue to hold value and in most instances appreciate.
Invest your money in something you just don't "Put in the Bank" but something you can "Drive to the bank and anywhere else you might choose to do with your family & friends."Why not have fun with your money? ...enjoy your life and know that when you wake up in the morning your dollars are still safe in your garage or warehouse and haven't evaporated into thin air!
I asked Jerry while staying at his house in September of 1989, why do you now have over 1000 collectible cars?"He replied with a slight grin and replied "Should I buy more?" We made a 10 car deal involving V-12 Ferrarison a breakfast napkin at the Dobbs House restaurant in the Houston Hobby Airport just before I boarded my flight back to Miami, lorida...and that was Jerry J...having fun and wheelin & dealin 24/7...anywhere and anytime!Iconsidered my self veryprivileged to be close friends with the late Jerry J. Moore fromHouston,Texas. Jerry was a Real Estate Mogul and one of the largest owners of shopping centers in the world.I really miss my pal and think of him often.Jerry was also an avid car collector and amassed one of the largest and best vintage car collections on the Planet.If Jerry told me once....he probably told me over 100 times......"In case you forgot...remember..."You will never see a Brinks truck at a funeral service or a Hearse with a luggage rack at a cemetery!"He believed that at best, ife is uncertain and thatone should enjoy desert 1st.Car collecting is a family thing...everyone around the world admires and loves these great vintage and collectible cars.We have sold cars fromAustraliatoAlaska...FromChinatoSaudi Arabia.....FromManhattantoMoscow....and the hobby keeps growing & expanding all the time.Collector car insurance is dirt cheap...about $250-$300 a year for a quality collectible like this. and you can buy full coverage!They usually require a garage and not more than 2500-3000miles a year put on the car.I recommend you only buy a car like this if you have a garage to keep it in.I always try and look for major flaws and mention them and try to point them out when I see something. If you call me I will go over the car with you in great detail...both inside and out.Ialways try and find some flaws in every car and mention anything that doesn't work. On this Riviera the only thing I could find not working was the clock and the liter...I am going to try and fix the liter or buy one on Ebay. Also the clock does not keep accurate time. I could not find anycosmetic negatives to mention on this car-It is the nicest Buick Riviera I have ever owned, een or driven!Your welcome to come in person to inspect this car for yourself...hire anyone you like to come on your behalf....bring your Experts and magnifying glasses........see if you can find anything really negative worth mentioning...we tried and couldn't find anything other than what we stated in the description...maybe you can?We have tried diligently to find any MAJOR flaws in the paint, ody, nterior, echanical or electrical systems and have not been able to locate anything that we could list as a MAJOR problem in the description or that we haven't already mentioned.
I truly believe there is NO such thing as a "PERFECT" old car or even a late model car that has been driven, E ARE NOT making such a claim.....but this car comes close to perfection...ESPECIALLY when you consider it is 52 Years Old !
We are urging you toPLEASEcome and inspect the car in person, rive it or to hire an expert inspector to do this for you. AGAIN....Please do not ask us to recommend anyone....we want you to select & hire your own inspector.
If you wish to schedule an appointment to see this car, lease call me at954-873-6495....We would appreciate at least a 1-2 day notice. It is currently being stored inBoca Raton, L. It is started anddriven a few miles on occasionif it's a beautiful SUNNY day and allowed to warm up,possiblyonce a week.
This car is owned free and clear. After you speak with us on the phone, t is possible to have a scanned copy sent directly to you.
We know this is a Platinum investment collectable car..this is a car that you can still drive & enjoy and will increase in value...not decrease in value.....and if you chose to...you could drive it every day. We feel very strongly that a car like this will not only hold its value but in years to come will continue to appreciate.
Please don't buy a Museum quality car like this unless you have a garage to store it inside. We do notbelieve this carhas ever been left outside.
You can look at this car in bright outdoor sunlight or indoors under halogen or florescent light...it still looks spectacular....but don't take our word...PLEASE...come and check it out yourself. I don't like surprises. Our goal not's to give you any....this is a NO DISAPPOINTMENT collectibleclassicBuick
We don't "play games" We love when a car is inspected prior to meeting the reserve. We have no secrets and are proud of our 100% feedback rating...we have been selling great cars like this formore than15 years onEbaymotors.com.Please...do not e-mail us and ask "What is your reserve"Just call us and we can discuss money...the car...a trade...or whatever is on your mind.This car is also being advertised and marketed in other forms of media and if sold prior to having met it's reserve price and a deposit received, e reserve the right to cancel and end the auction early.Should the reserve price be met BEFORE receiving a deposit, e WILL NOT end the auction early and the highest ending bidder will own this incredible piece of automotive art andautomotive history.
Instead call me at954-873-6495....even if your calling fromAustralia,Europe orJapan. We will not e-mail you the reserve but will discuss it with you on the phone!
We are all car guys that are very easy to speak with...no Prima Donnas at this end...just car lovers that do this for the fun and passion of loving our hobby...for the past 50+ years!
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Once you speak with us...you'll agree...we are sincere and dedicated to this eternal love affair with the automobile
The reserve is set at a very, ery fair number...if you wish to discuss the amountplease don't write and ask "What is the reserve price"
Instead...please call us at954-873-6495..... Anytime between9:00 am ESTand 9:00pmEastern Standard Time,MondaythruSundaywould be great.I will not e-mail you what the lowest acceptable price is so PLEASE don'twrite and ask this question. In the past we would e-mail reserve prices but after this confidential information began to appear on blogs and in chat rooms, e decided to refrain from this practice. We will gladly give you this information on the phone!
As with all of our fine cars...we invite you and urge your personal inspection. If you see it....and drive it...you will buy it!SHIPPING: Many of my friends and fellow collectors have shipped literally 1000's of cars over the past many years...all with a great gal named Mary Olson who owns Crossroads Transport...I will be happy to give you her e-mail & telephone & connect you up on a DIRECT basis with Mary and she can handle any shipping needs...this car should be shipped ENCLOSED!
OUT-OF-THE-USA SHIPPING: Over the past 50 yearswe have shipped cars to more than 40 countries...I can put you in contact with the right people who will give you great service at a fair price.
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AS IS - NO WARRANTYThis vehicle is being sold as is, here is with no warranty, xpressed written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, uthenticity, enuineness, r defects herein, nd makes no warranty in connection therewith. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, mperfection, efect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, nd to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to bid based upon that judgement solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.There is no such thing as a "PERFECT" car...especially when dealing with vintage cars that are 25,35 and even 50 years old.Arranging for an independent third-party inspection is a great way to validate a seller's claims about a vehicle's condition. There are many companies and individuals who offer such a service. Of course your personal inspection and scrutiny are suggested and most welcomed.The seller has made a diligent effort to accurately describe this vehicle but does not expressly or implicitly guarantee the accuracy of the above description.Bidders and prospective purchasers are urged and cautioned to conduct their own due diligence, ncluding a physical inspection in person or through a qualified third party inspector or appraiser, efore contemplating a purchase or making a bid on this vehicle.In fact, e would welcome and encourage such an inspection, nd will make every effort to make the above described vehicle available at a time convenient to the perspective purchaser or their agentsWe charge NO fees of any type. NONE!We will help arrange to have your vehicle picked up on a bonded, icensed and insured carrier.There are no dealer fees or other charges and you are responsible to pay all sales taxes in your home state .Required payment is 20%within 72 hoursand the balance in fullwithin 7 daysthereafter.If you buy a car from us and are not happy with something that is major in nature, lease call us and let us know. If we feel it's our fault, e are only too happy to discuss making a possible adjustment on the final agreed price.