1973 Buick Riviera, only 62,000 actual miles! TRADES CONSIDERED!
In 1971 the Riviera was redesigned to the dramatic and flowing "boat-tail" styling. This design mated the two piece vee-butted rear end and fastback rear window that was inspired by the 63 Corvette. Despite this change Riviera sales dropped to the lowest numbers seen, hence, this body style lasted only 3 years. Now, a little over 40 years later these cars have quite a following and are admired by the classic car audience. This particular car is believed to be original miles and after examining the car we believe you would have to agree. Much of the original paint adorns this 2 door hardtop but the originality doesn't' stop there. Take a look inside, seats, carpets, dash, all the way done to the original working 8 track stereo. We've also provided the undercarriage pics for you to take a look at and see the original and solid floor pans and frame. This car is defintiely not full of rust or filled with bondo. We would classify this car as a nice driver quality survivor type car that has not gone through a bunch of modifications or restoration. You definitely won't come across many of these "solid" boat-tails anymore! Feel free to give us a call with any questions you may have at 507-386-1726 or email "email@example.com" TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND FINANCING IS AVAILABLE