1997 Buick Riviera Supercharged
I have had my Riviera now for 6 years, by far one of the best cars that I
have owned. Stylish, comfort, and has the sleek looks...along with the 3800
engine and Supercharger.
1996 Buick Riviera (Supercharged 3.8 V6)
This is an amazing nice car, we bought it in Arizona in 2001, and have had
it ever since with absolutely NO problems. It has some small dings in the
doors from inconsiderate people in parking lots and the chrome wheels are
beginning to flake severely, but looks fantastic for a 13 year old car in
3800 Series 2 Modding Basics
Mods and Vendors list
Short Stack Intercooler
UD Water Pump Pulley
UD Alternator Pulley
Solid Motor Mounts
3 Inch Downpipe
Shortened Dog Bones
Rear Strut Tower Brace
Aeroforce Scan Gauge
3 gauge Pod
Throttle Body Heat Shield
Throttle Body Spacers
Ebay user "American Superchargers"
Modular Pulley System
All other parts not listed were purchased at various auto parts stores,Ebay
users I dont remember and Walmart.
JOHNS RESTORATION BUICK RIVIERA "AIRBRUSHED"
CAME IN DARK RED !!! WE WET SANDED IT & AIRBRUSHED "IRON MAN" ON THE HOOD
.... GOLD ACCENTS WITH GOLD PEARL & GOLD ICE !!!!!!! LET US KNOW WHAT
YOUR BUDGET IS & I WILL WORK WITH U !!!!!
My Car - 1996 Buick Riviera 3.8 Supercharged
Yes it's MY car, you just never hear much about it because it's always
confined in our garage. It's rarely ever out. This had about 63,000 miles
on it when we bought it and in seven years we put only 12,000 miles on it.
(2,500 was our trip from AZ to PA)
3.8 Supercharged V6
0-60 Mph in 8 Seconds
1997 Buick Riviera
Here is the new car. Ive had it for a month now. The car is in real good
shape. I miss my wagon but at some point you have to say "when". While i
love lots of other makes and models of cars,I missed buick and its my most
favorite car company. I have had 4 other buicks and will continue buying
more. Enjoy and please rate.
1966 Buick Convertible Barn Find Rescue, Part 1
This is the story of a '66 Buick Special convertible that had been
abandoned in Arizona in 1978 by the family of Rick Pewe, editor of 4-Wheel
& Off-Road magazine. In 2011, the guys from HOT ROD Magazine, in
conjunction with Rick, spent four days bringing the car back from the dead
with plans to drive it home from Phoenix to Los Angeles. This is part 1,
with the hacking fun the guys had rescuing the car. Look for part two,
loaded with road-trip hilarity. The story is printed in the September 2011
issue of HOT ROD Magazine.
1957 Buick Roadmaster - Jay Leno's Garage
The boulevard ride - pure Dynaflow
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this Emmy Award-winning web series.
1957 Buick Roadmaster - Jay Leno's Garage
1963 Buick Riviera - 445 Wildcat Nailhead V8 - Luxury and Muscle Car Combined
This classic 63 Buick Riviera is packing the 445 Wildcat V8 under the hood.
This engine is a version of the famed 401 Buick Nailhead engine and it
derives it's name from the fact that it puts out 445 Lb/ft of Torque. In
this single four barrel configuration, it also has about 325 HP. This car
offers a combination of luxury and power in one package. This particular
car is almost completely original with the exception of a repaint at some
point. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for watching.
Bad-Ass Buick: 1955 Special - /BIG MUSCLE
• Harry Fisher
In stock form, the 1955 Buick Special could best be described as a "nice"
car. It's not drop dead gorgeous like a 1959 Impala, nor does it have the
panache of say a 1956 Chrysler 300. You see the '55 Buick Special was a
working mans car. It had room enough for the whole family, a decent
power-plant thanks to its 264 cubic inch V8, and style that was, well...
above average. Harry Fisher or "Uncle Harry" as most people know him, saw
the old Buick a bit differently though. He knew that with a few little
touches (like a 502 cubic inch big-block, modern suspension, and a new set
of wheels) that this old Buick had the potential to become one of the
baddest hot-rods around.