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What the world’s most interesting man says is true. Buick Rivieras…

What the world’s most interesting man says is true. Buick Rivieras…

'65 Buick Riviera

'65 Buick Riviera

1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport.  The pinnacle of American car design in my opinion.

1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport. The pinnacle of American car design in my opinion.

1972 boat-tail Buick Riviera, view from above

1972 boat-tail Buick Riviera, view from above

Custom 1963 Buick Riviera - Beautiful. I owned one of the stock versions of this! loved it.

Fesler 1963 Buick Riviera

Custom 1963 Buick Riviera - Beautiful. I owned one of the stock versions of this! loved it.

TOP NOTCH CUSTOMS BUILDS A CLEAN ’65 BUICK RIVIERA

TOP NOTCH CUSTOMS BUILDS A CLEAN ’65 BUICK RIVIERA

riviera boattail - h-o-t-cars

riviera boattail - h-o-t-cars

1965 - Buick Riviera

1965 - Buick Riviera

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'63 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow I .The Buick Riviera released in 1962, wasn’t quite the car that GM stylist Bill Mitchell had in mind when he designed a luxury coupe, originally intended for Cadillac or GM’s shuttered La Salle brand. A Riviera was sent it to Creative Industries. The resulting show car, became Mitchell’s personal transportation when it wasn’t on the show circuit. C.I. lowered the roof by two inches, then lengthened the hood and front fenders & styled the front lights…

'63 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow I .The Buick Riviera released in 1962, wasn’t quite the car that GM stylist Bill Mitchell had in mind when he designed a luxury coupe, originally intended for Cadillac or GM’s shuttered La Salle brand. A Riviera was sent it to Creative Industries. The resulting show car, became Mitchell’s personal transportation when it wasn’t on the show circuit. C.I. lowered the roof by two inches, then lengthened the hood and front fenders & styled the front lights…

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