This rare find survivor 1963 Buick Rivera has all original parts, nothing rebuilt or restored. The wheels currently on the car are not the original wheels but the never used original wheels are boxed and available to go with the buyer.
Nobody has ever smoked or eaten in the vehicle. Car has been garage kept since day one. It has been in the rain only twice since it was purchased in 1963. All original books and paperwork, including the original bill of sale dated August 17, 1963, and the 1963 Buick Accessories advertisement, are available. It was bought and owned by one older man until his death, when it was left to his nephew, the current owner.
The color is bright white with black interior. The upholstery is in excellent shape showing no wear with only a small cut on the driver side door. There is no rust and has never been any rust on this car.
The motor turns over immediately with sounds of power as this car was designed to be. All windows and seats operate. All equipment - radio, power windows and power doors, etc. function as expected. The untouched odometer reads 32192 miles.The car was inspected each year by a mechanic and the oil has been changed on a regular basis. There have never been any major needs evident.
This original surviving beauty is being offered for sale in hopes that whoever buys it will cherish it like its original owner did.
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