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1967 Buick Riviera

Gorgeous, Restored As-Needed, Tour or Show

$39,800

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This 1967 Buick Riviera is a stunning example of Buick’s “luxury muscle car”. She’s a real joy to drive with her sleeper persona and her power to spare alter ego. She will be a welcome addition to any muscle car collection.

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PRICED FOR QUICK SALE!!  This beautiful 1967 Buick Riviera is a restored as needed example of “the gentleman’s muscle car”.  She’s well optioned with air conditioning, power windows, tilt wheel and power antenna. She has benefitted from about $10,000 in recent restoration and upgrades.  She needs nothing to be enjoyed for both touring and shows.

The current owner acquired the Riviera approximately one year ago from PJ’s Auto World in North Carolina and has completed numerous enhancements and restoration upgrades accompanied by records and receipts. PJ’s Auto World purchased her at auction and is not aware of her earlier history.

The livery is beautiful in her original Sapphire Blue (Paint Code 4815L) which appears to be a recent repaint. The paint has a beautiful overall presence with great shine and luster with almost no imperfections. The Sapphire Blue gives her an understated elegance while accentuating her sleek lines. She comes complete with the 15” Buick Rally Wheels and new Goodrich Radial redline tires. The rear bumper has been re-chromed and all of her chrome and brightwork show well overall. Her undercarriage is very clean and shows very well.

This Riviera’s interior shows very well throughout. Her Blue Vinyl upholstery (Trim Code 651-B) is a beautiful compliment to her Sapphire Blue exterior. The front bucket seat backs have been reupholstered in the correct Blue Vinyl within the past year and look beautiful. The rear seat upholstery may be original and shows expected patina for its age and shows well. The dash, instrument cluster and wood grain console all are in excellent condition. The dark blue carpets all show well with very little wear. She comes complete with a satellite radio and remotes and black rubber Buick floor mats. The driver’s door panel is original and in nice condition but does show expected patina for her age and use. The trunk compartment is in excellent condition and comes complete with a full rubber mat. Overall, the interior is in excellent condition and shows very well throughout.

The engine compartment is very clean and nicely detailed and painted throughout. Her 430 cu in V-8 runs very well and produces 360 hp at 5,000 rpm. Her intake manifold has been replaced with a high volume Edelbrock manifold to enhance performance. The original and restored manifold accompanies the Riviera. She has the GS exterior badges but does not have the GS 342 rear gears nor the 5.75-inch diameter air conditioning clutch found on the GS model. Therefore, it’s assumed that she is not a Grand Sport model.

This Riviera is well equipped and runs and drives beautifully. She is accompanied with approximately $10,000 worth of restoration receipts for work performed over the past year. She would be a beautiful addition to any muscle car collection.

For more information and details, please call, text or email Harry Clark at +1.602.245.7200 or harry@classicpromenade.com. This Riviera is available for inspection at our Phoenix showroom.

1967 Buick Riviera

$39,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER NAME
LOCATION USA
VIEWS 1899

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1967 Buick Riviera
1967 Buick Riviera

$39,800

VIN 494877H929075
BODY STYLE Coupe
FUEL Gasoline
MILES 18498
GEARBOX Automatic
DOORS 2
INT COLOR Blue Vinyl
EXT COLOR Saphire Blue
YEAR 1967
LOCATION Phoenix, AZ
PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 1899

Buick Riviera

Interesting Fact: The Buick Riviera saw two production time periods, with the first being from 1963 to 1993, and then a smaller period from 1995 to 1999. This gap only occurred because Buick did not market the Riviera during 1994. As a personal luxury car, the Riviera was designed with comfort, rather than speed, in…
Interesting Fact: The Buick Riviera saw two production time periods, with the first being from 1963 to 1993, and then a smaller period from 1995 to 1999. This gap only occurred because Buick did not market the Riviera during 1994. As a personal luxury car, the Riviera was designed with comfort, rather than speed, in mind.   The Riviera proved to be parent company General Motor’s first foray into personal luxury vehicles and ended up being heavily praised by automotive journalists. At its beginnings, the Riviera was a front-engine platform that eventually switched to front-wheel drive in 1979.   All in all, the Riviera produced around 1,127,261 units during its lifespan. The 7.0-liter Nailhead V8 engine ensured peak performance along with a three-speed ST-400 automatic transmission. This allowed the vehicle to hit a top speed of 115 miles per hour, making it a high-performing luxury vehicle.  The Buick Riviera is still a heavily sought-after vehicle due to its unique origins!  

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