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If you're a fan of chrome, hardtops, and cool cruising, then this 1956 Buick Super Riviera will certainly hold a special appeal. It has that ideal classic look and loaded with the right features, to ensure this coupe impresses everywhere it goes.
Dover White and Cambridge Blue are year-correct colors that perfectly showcase what premium '50s classic motoring is all about. After all, the blue is sandwiched by a white that follows the sweeping side trim and the white roof that shows off special hardtop that makes this a Riviera. Of course, the way these colors radiate the sunlight also signal that there has been a solid investment in a modern clearcoat application. So you know you're going to love taking this one to the car shows. And with a shine this nice, only the best brightwork will do. That means the was plenty more investment making sure sweeping side trim is complete and mirror-like; the famous four portholes that signal this is a Super are bold standouts; and the large and intricate grille has a 10,000-watt smile. Even the wide whitewall tires and wire wheels contribute to this cool color and shine total package.
The idea of two-tone continues inside with a stylish two-tone blue. And because it coordinates so nicely with the exterior, you'll be glad this pillarless hardtop gives people such an easy view inside. The wide benches have comfortable cloth inserts, and so with the amount of room in this coupe, it's the perfect classic to enjoy with family and friends. The Buick crest steering wheel is thin and has that kind of instant sense of grip that we seemed to have lost over the years. The dash combines sporting elements like machined panels with elegant dials for a distinctively upscale appearance that still feels premium today. And you're going to love all the original features this one has including a power seat, factory AM radio, and factory air conditioning. But your favorite luxury item of them all will have to be the power window option. After all, it means you can take down all the windows on this hardtop and show off the profile without ever leaving the driver's seat!
Buick's 322 cubic-inch "Nailhead" V8 is the correct motor for the coupe. So you'll love how the engine bay looks authentic, including the blue block, gloss black components, and correct decals. There's even a proper Carter four-barrel carburetor on top for power. Buick's Dynaflow transmission offers a smooth operation, and so this feels terrific going down the road. And you'll love driving this Super everywhere thanks to power steering, power brakes, and Buick's legendary supple ride.
This spent the majority of its life as a California car, and it seems to have really been respected all its life. We even have the original warranty card, owner's manual, and maintenance receipts to prove it. So don't miss out on this stunning and loaded '50s classic. Call today!!!
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