1967 Buick Riviera --
With a 430 cubic inch Wildcat V8 a stylish Black interior and striking Plum paint this Riviera is certainly some of the coolest metal to ever roll out of Detroit. Thanks to years of meticulous preservation it can be paraded without worry. And as a virtually untouched survivor that's priced at only $50K it's the bargain of the century! If you're in the market for a fully pedigreed classic that combines tons of character with an unbeatable price you're looking at the car of your dreams! Inspired ...by Bill Mitchell's love of hand-built London coaches the second generation Riviera features a classy body shell that conveys a sense of style and sophistication perfectly befitting its exotic name. And the incredible shell you see here a stunning Riviera Plum survivor wears completely original aesthetics that have been exceptionally maintained. Consistently providing its various owners with rock-solid reliability and a sense of custom-tailored comfort the car has never been separated from its chassis. This Buick's desirability as something that's as rare as it is unique is both genuine and fitting. While the exterior of this slick E-Body does an excellent job posing for world-class visuals the engine compartment is where Buick purists REALLY start to take notice. And for good reason too because the car's original 360 horsepower Wildcat V8 is the kind of powerhouse that makes people either put up or shut up. The car's proven Super Turbine 3-speed spins a correct limited-slip differential around beefy 3.07 gears. Factory power steering combines with an original suspension and Buick's familiar power-assisted drums to provide good stops and competent handling. And at the corners of that chassis polished Buick Sport wheels spin around stylish Riviera center caps. Don't miss the opportunity to take home this unique and affordable tri-shield! Call click or visit today.