Comments - Unearthed: 1953 Buick Riviera

Published: Aug 18, 2012
Description: The Riviera name will forever be associated with Buick. Beginning back in 1963, it was known as a personal luxury car which at the time truly stood for something. Back then, the term "personal lu...
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Abraham Mendoza Aug 18, 2012
Breathtaking. It's wonderful.
Tim Preisinger Aug 18, 2012
Wow this is nice!
Dylan Bruder Aug 18, 2012
So beautiful I love these
Pablo Herasme Aug 18, 2012
I'm not a big fan of classic cars, but I like these.
Description: As for the Riviera, its name can be traced back to 1949 when it was used as a designation for the Buick Roadmaster two-door pillarless hardtop coupe. This body style would become extremely popular for...
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Description: Power initially came courtesy of the Fireball straight-eight but was later ditched in favor of the smaller and lighter Nailhead V8. It wasn't until 1963 did the Riviera become its own separate mo...
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Description: As with pretty much all other American cars throughout the 1960s and 70s, the Riviera grew in size significantly. By the time the fourth generation debuted in 1974, the Riviera was so large that it wa...
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Description: The final generation had its debut in 1995 but compared to pretty much everything else coming from GM design at that time, this Riviera was and still is quite a looker. Still, this wasn't enough ...
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Andrew McNeal Aug 18, 2012
Doesn't mean their cars have to be slow or boring
Jason W. Evers Aug 18, 2012
Old people need to drive too..
Andrew McNeal Aug 18, 2012
Buick needs to do like Cadillac and quit making cars for old people.
Jason W. Evers Aug 18, 2012
Nice Trailblazer
Description: A complete frame off restoration and modification job soon began to turn it into something special once again. Since most of the original components were long past their prime, the restorers replaced ...
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Description: Since its completion last year, only 850 miles have been driven and the car has received a number of car show awards. With a starting bid of $55,000, we think this can be a solid deal considering the ...
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Dylan Bruder Aug 18, 2012
One pic of the whole car? What a shame these are gorgeoys
F1 Fanatic Aug 18, 2012
the look....the feel....of steel! :-)
Pancho Luna Sep 01, 2012
That car is nice
boldcars Aug 19, 2012
maybe not the front end, but I wish cars had the personality they did back then
Tim Preisinger Aug 18, 2012
I'm with ya Chris. Cars had so much personality back then
John Jenkins Aug 18, 2012
dear god I'm glad they dont
Chris O'Brien Aug 18, 2012
i wish cars still had front ends like this.