1963 Buick Riviera - 445 Wildcat Nailhead V8 - Luxury and Muscle Car Combined

This classic 63 Buick Riviera is packing the 445 Wildcat V8 under the hood. This engine is a version of the famed 401 Buick Nailhead engine and it derives it's name from the fact that it puts out 445 Lb/ft of Torque. In this single four barrel configuration, it also has about 325 HP. This car offers a combination of luxury and power in one package. This particular car is almost completely original with the exception of a repaint at some point. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching.

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