While it had used the name earlier to designate a pillarless hardtop, in 1963 Buick called its new personal luxury car the Riviera. The design was tweaked a bit in ’65, with headlights concealed, taillights dropped into the rear bumper, and a Gran Sport option added. The Riviera was stunning when new and it’s classic today, either restored to stock or converted to lowrider custom. Thinking Thunderbird? Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick? Image is available ready-to-hang on canvas or aluminum, or on chrome paper with lustre coating mounted to a hard black back, suitable for framing. A signed numbered Certificate of Authenticity comes with. Edition is limited to 65.