Digital Cluster in a 1990 Buick Riviera
This is a decription video of the digital cluster in my 1990 Riviera. I have been asked a couple of times about this particular cluster and decided to finally make a video of it. As you can see, the cluster does ABSOLUTELY everything! (Well, not everything.) Thank you for watching and please no rude comments!
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 PA.
1987 Buick Riviera T-Type
1987 Buick Riviera T-Type running completely, Sadly I no longer have the car I was kinda forced to get rid of it, Parts was extremely hard to come by with this car, checked everywhere I could think of even the car recycle places...(sorry I forgot what its called haha) it was a very nice car and drove very very sharply. I made this video because at the time their wasnt anything about this car, and I got some others that hopefully ill get up soon for yall
Also I was the second owner, the first owner took good care of it (took it to the shop for the last 15 years every year to make sure it ran perfect. The guy had money and told me when he bought it, it cost him 30,000 for it, back then that was quite a bit of money
Buick Riviera acceleration
This is a video of my 1990 Buick Riviera. I was getting on the highway decided to take a video of the acceleration of it. I know the car isnt the fastest in the world. Please no rude comments!
Boattail 1990 Buick Riviera - concept car
"Faced with slumping sales, Buick briefly flirted with a radical departure from their stodgy image in 1987, when the Board of Directors secretly commissioned Jerry Hirschberg - the original head designer of the powerful & highly-styled 'Boattail Riviera' - to 'reinterpret the classic boattail design and usher in a new Golden Era for Buick.'
Working under a non-disclosure policy so strict it was "pretty much a secrecy oath," Hirschberg spent nearly two years on his design - which maintained the trademark 'boattail' rear end while adding futuristic flourishes, including a scooped grill and daring wheel skirts.
When it was finally unveiled to the Board in 1990, the proposed "re-energizer" of the Buick brand was hugely controversial - and it is not hard to see why, with its gas-devouring, old school 455 V8 and unique styling that many on the board condemned as "beyond comic book."
When the building that housed the only '90 Boattail prototype - as well as all the related plans and drawings - went up in flames, the supporters of the neo-boattail suspected arson. However, no investigation was ever launched. With the project mired in controversy and now hopelessly behind schedule, the experiment was left behind. Instead, Buick continued on the safe and staid course that had been its path for the last couple of decades - ever since the last of the boattail Rivieras had rolled off the assembly lines in 1973."
New project: 1997 Buick Riviera Supercharged
PIcked this one up off Craigslist for $400 plus $50 to deliver it. Car runs and drives but has what sounds like rod knock. I still need to to some diagnostic work, but that's what it sounds like to me, and the guy I bought it from was a mechanic and thinks the same. The car is fully loaded with what looks to be every option offered right down the traction control and engine block heater. The car has just under 100k on it and it in excellent shape in and out. The car has been sitting for a year or so and looks it, but it will get washed when it gets warmer.