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Joined: July 13th 2010, 10:00pm
Interestingly, I don't recall ever seeing one of these '99s. A pal of mine from way back before then was a big Riv fan, but I never was much in love with the brand. This one seems to drive nice, though. And, there weren't a whole lot of GM products back then that were supercharged.
Joined: December 16th 2009, 11:00pm
Location: Oregon, Thanks for visiting! Now go back home!
Shared the same motor as the Aurora by oldsmobile.
1946-2006 “Your heart was warm and happy With the lilt of Irish laughter Every day and in every way Now forever and ever after."
Datsun240Z71 (Online) Founding Member - WIS
Joined: February 9th 2010, 11:00pm
There's a fellow that had a couple of those who brought them to our local Cars and Coffee. Probably not the most popular Riviera body style.
Randy in Nashville
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Joined: August 31st 2010, 10:00pm
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Riviera? I'd give a nut for a restored '64/'65.
"...and I shan't quit ripping them till I do get buckled!"
J the R 1888
Joined: September 17th 2011, 10:00pm
The Holden Commodore used the Buick 3.8 from 1988 until 2004. It was gutsy and fuel efficient but rough as fuck, and didn't like to rev much beyond 5k.
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