1966 Buick Riviera The 1966 Riviera was all-new and despite being rear-wheel drive, shared some structural componentry with its new sister, the front-wheel drive Olds Toronado. The handsome styling with enclosed headlamps was largely the work of Bill Mitchell, head of styling at GM. Equipped with the 340-hp, 425-cid ' Wildcat ' V-8 this Riv has standard power steering and brakes, AM radio, and Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission. The Arctic White exterior is complemented by a black vinyl bench seat interior and American Racing alloy wheels on the exterior. Buick built 45,348 of the sporty models for 1966.
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