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Beauty In A Reinforced Concrete Body — Coming in at over 4,000 lb, the 1963 is no lightweight. you could hit a telephone poll and the car will just smile and keep on going. the 401 bigblock has tons of power and torq, although the tires are too small to get it all to the ground. the car is farily quit for having such a big motor, and you cant feel the transmission shifts at all. inside the car is everything bucik stood for back in the day, power steering, 4 way power seats, power windows, rear wood center console, the works. sadly there are only seats for 4 in this over 17foot long beast, however those are 4 very comfortable seats. named one of the top 25 most beautiful cars in the world, the american jaguar is truly the epitomy 1963 luxury

Pros: Plenty of power, really comfy interior, seamless shifting transmission

Cons: only a 2-speed automatic, brakes are horrable, gas mileage is that of a hummer

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1999 Buick Riviera Reviews

Overall I Love This Car. By Marshal

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Good Luck Finding 1! By Kevin

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1998 Buick Riviera Reviews

Okay For A Single Person But Not For A Family By ammoworld7

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98 Riviera By Chris

This car has great handling and performance. Also has great breaking with its 4 wheel disc brakes. It handles great in all road conditions. Got the car for a great price in really great shape. Hav... Read More

1997 Buick Riviera Reviews

90's Luxury By Scott

Good looking car with sleek body lines. Stereo and wheels are dated both will need upgraded. Power can be added simple with a pulley change. Exhaust tips are something definitely needing change. Sl... Read More

Very Under Estimated, And Sometimes Misunderstood. You Have To Own One To Know. By Randall

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1996 Buick Riviera Reviews

Great Sleeper, Loads Of Fun, Plenty Of Power. I Love It! By Josh

Great car. Supercharger gives it kick. Front wheel drive is no fun. Very reliable car never had a major repair in seven years of ownership. Very fun. Easy to get wheel spin. 22-26 mpg, rarely at the p... Read More

Just A Super Car! By 96RivBrad

You can find these in immaculate condition for under $3k. Don't worry about the mileage. IF it's been properly maintained it will run forever. Supercharged and ultimate comfort. Rare design that never... Read More

1995 Buick Riviera Reviews

Even With The Couple Issues I'm Currently Having, I Still Love The Car. By Anarchy32

I really love my Riviera. When I first had seen it on the lot I knew I wanted it. The white paint job was flawless, great looking, and bright. The interior is all burgundy with leather seats. The inte... Read More

Overall I Am Very Impressed. By Alvin1966

First my appreciation for the Buick brand and especially the Riviera. Previously I owned a 75 85 and (95 we still own) which were purchased new. The 95 I am referencing in my comments is one purchase... Read More

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