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1967 Buick Riviera Review
Performance, ride, handling, braking, solidity of the body
the 430 engine's oiling system, the early Quadrajet carbs that sometimes leak
Nice Style And Impressive Performance! — Mine has the GS package, it's loaded with most options and has bucket seat and console. The disc brakes are powerful, the a/c and accessories all work good. The handling is very nice for a large 60's car and acceleration is more than adequate!
Primary Use: Commuting to work
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