1991 Buick Riviera 3.8 liter V6

I purchased this car from a couple who wanted to downsize so they could travel in their RV. At the time of purchase the grille was busted from a run-a-way shopping cart & after a lenghty search for the correct grille, I replaced it. The only issue the car has is a power antenna that doesn't stop running so until I replace it I've simply pulled the fuse.

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Riviera (Raw) by Buick - 1993
Ever wonder what the raw film footage looked like (prior to editing) while filming the infamous Buick commercials of the early 90's? Here's a rare look at some raw footage of the 1993 Riviera, set to "Buick" theme song music. Enjoy!





1989 Buick Riviera 3,8
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1990 Buick Riviera 1 Owner 73K Orig Miles 3800 V6 Oldsmobile Toronado GM Classic
Buick Riviera It seems like you do not see all that many of these now days. http://www.1ownercarguy.com and I really do like these COupes I like A Cadillac Eldorado with the V8 and these in the 3800 V6 is just one of the best Gas Sipping Economical Sports car you can drive for CHEAP the Luxury is Great and the Ride the Comfert etc etc On and on.. Leather seating all the options and this one is a One Owner car with only a tad ove 72k on it. Make sure and check out My channel and Website I have all sorts of Unique 1 and 2 Owner cars and I sell them Cheap I will Include links B E L O W Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406-544-6919 Make sure and visit Some of My Websites Below I do All Sorts of Unique Things..;-) http://www.1ownercarguy.com http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com http://www.missoulaautoauction.com http://www.vita-depot.com http://www.Nathanwratislaw.com From Wikipedia The E-body coupes were converted to unibody construction and further downsized for 1986, to a 108 in (2,700 mm) wheelbase shared with the Buick Regal. The V6 was now the only engine, rated initially at 142 hp (106 kW) SAE and 200 lb·ft (270 N·m) of torque. It used the turbo-Hydramatic 440-T4 automatic with a 2.84:1 final drive ratio. This generation was noted for advanced electronic instrumentation, including the first automotive touchscreen controls, which were on a dash-mounted 9-inch (230 mm) CRT display. Four-wheel disc brakes were standard. With a choice of three suspension packages available, up to the performance oriented FE3 setting, handling was notably improved. The Riviera placed fourth for Motor Trend's 1986 Car of the Year contest. Fuel economy was notably improved for the 1986 Riviera, but the substantial investment in the downsized, transverse engine front wheel drive platform resulted in a substantial price increase, to $19,831 to the base model and $21,577 for the new T-Type. Downsizing also resulted in a dimensional similarity to smaller, less expensive offerings from GM, with shared styling cues reinforcing the unfortunate resemblance. 1989-1993 Buick Riviera The smaller dimensions, generic styling, and lack of V8 power soured buyers, and sales plummeted to 22,138 for 1986, only 15,223 for 1987, and a dismal 8,625 for 1988. A restyle for 1989 that added 11 inches (280 mm) to the overall length (on an unchanged wheelbase) helped, but only incrementally, Boosting sales to 21,189 for 1989, but dropping to a low of 4,555 for 1993, the shortened final year of that model.[1] The last 1993 Riviera rolled off the Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly plant line on December 10, 1992. Sales in the personal luxury coupe segment were in decline from 1986 onward, although it is unclear whether the general market trend was initiated by the poor public reception of GM's newly downsized offerings or an inevitable shift in the tastes of the buying public. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)




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