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1963 Buick Riviera classic car photos
The original Buick Riviera was unusual for a car of its time in that it did not share a body type with any other GM cars. It's design can only be described as classic, and it's often touted as the epitome of art in the form of a car.
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Despite being longer than a Ford Thunderbird the Riviera weighed nearly 200 lbs less in its first generation, which covered the years 1963 - 1964 - 1965. It came with a 401 or 425 cubic inch Buick V8 engine and a Twin Turbine automatic transmission. Power steering was also standard, showing us that Buick still considered itself a luxury brand. The base price in 1963 was $4,333, and production was limited to increase demand in future years, a common practice in those days. It had a 1/4 mile time of 16 seconds, not bad for a car that got 13.2 mpg. In 1966 the car got bigger and shared a body type with the Oldsmobile Toronado and in 1967 with the Cadillac Eldorado. The third generation started in 1971 and was very controversial for its strange styling. Many of these older cars are still available on the used car market, especially online. Parts can also be found for much cheaper online, assuming you live in the United States.
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