36408 Miles 425/360HP Dual Quads V8 Automatic2 Dr Hardtop
S industry and which has high repute amongst collectors for both it’s beautiful lines and smooth fast performance for a luxury coupe. “One of the most beautiful cars America ever built” as stated by none other than Sergio Pininfarina of Ferrari design fame at it’s debut at the Paris auto show in 1963. This landmark design of 1963-64 would continue for only two years until 1964 before the hidden headlight change in 1965.
38, the popular chrome Buick road wheels with painted charcoal inserts first introduced on the ’64 Wildcat. Contributing to the cleaner look was the removal of the non-functioning side scoops. The 1965 model also enjoys high repute amongst collectors for both it’s beautiful lines and super smooth and fast performance for a luxury coupe and with this model’s very rare and highly desirable options of bucket seats, center console with a floor shifter, power windows, power driver seat and air conditioning, this is indeed one extremely desirable example of a 1965 Buick Riviera with the rare Gran Sport option with the Super Wildcat 425/360HP engine
West Coast Classics are proud to present an exceptional example of this mostly all original (apart from a repaint in date correct ‘Regal Black’ from it’s original ‘Bamboo Cream’ factory color) and stock 1965 Buick Riviera with the highly desirable ‘Gran Sport’ Performance Group with its original matching #’S 425/360HP 2 x 4V (LX Code) V8 Super Wildcat engine and with original ‘Black Vinyl’ factory color interior, original ‘BS’ code ‘Super Turbine 400’ 3 speed automatic transmission and loaded with original Gran Sport options of dual exhausts, Positraction rear end, performance gearing and factory options of bucket seats, center console with floor shifter, air conditioning (Cost $421), power steering, power driver seat (Cost $74), power brakes, power windows (Cost $110), power antenna, cruise control (Cost $63), tilt steering wheel and original AM/FM ‘Sonomatic’ Buick radio (cost $268) with rear speaker!
Unlike other Buick’s, including the youth orientated Wildcat, the Riviera GS came with just one engine and transmission combination. Powering the GS was a potent 425 cid V8 with a 10.25: