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 and taillights dropped into the rear bumper, and a Gran Sport option was 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? Edition limited to 25. Signed, numbered Certificate of Authenticity comes with.
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