1957 Buick Super Riviera Super 50 Series

Price: US $7,595.00 Item location: Martell, Nebraska, United States
  • Make: Buick
  • Model: Riviera
  • Year: 1957
  • Mileage: 86385
  • VIN: TKL14AJ504521
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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Description:

1957 Buick Riviera

1957 Buick Super 50 Series Riviera Model 56R. Dresden Blue/Starlight Blue exterior. Medium blue cloth - medium blue cordaveen interior. Power steering, power brakes, automatic trans.

364 nailhead, engine has no water pump, and when I put the battery in it recently the starter clicked but did not turn it over. I think the engine is stuck, but doubt it is much. Interior is in very, very good shape. Exterior of body only shows two very small rust spots on the driver rocker. Photos of the under side of each rocker is included. I purchased the car without a title and just last year I located the original owner of the car, and she showed me the photos of the car when they purchased it. She even described the night she put the small dent in the rear bumper in 1958 in Wyoming. I have additional photos of the car when new, some additional manuals,etc. She was able to get the title as it was still registered to her after all of the these years in storage. She sold to her parents during a divorce and it was never registered after that, she assumed that was in about 1970. So I now have a clear Nebraska title in hand. Not salvage, not bonded, etc., just a valid clear and clean title.
I haven't seen one this nice at this price. I sold a business where I stored this and my new building won't be ready until spring, so I would like it to go to a good home.
Deposit required by paypal, final payment by wire transfer, approved and verified cashier's check. Will not ship until payment is cleared. My place isn't easy for a semi to get to, so I will be happy to take to a truck stop about 10 miles from my house to help get it on a transport. Transport MUST MUST MUST set up pickup time with me MORE MORE MORE than 48 hours. No exceptions. Obviously with it not running, they will need to expect to winch it on. I can't tell you how many times trucks have shown up with a driver who doesn't know anything about what he is picking up. Many great haulers, but some real morons.