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1955 Buick Riviera Roadmaster Coupe , No Reserve on 2040-cars

Year:1955 Mileage:100000 Color: and interior base coat/clear coat paint
Location:

Lynden, Washington, United States

Lynden, Washington, United States

  1955 Buick Riviera Roadmaster Coupe

 

This magnificent 1955 2-door Buick Riviera Roadmaster has been beautifully refinished and ready to enjoy. Under the hood lies the original 322ci V8 Nailhead offering 236 horsepower for 1955, mated to a Dynaflow transmission. It currently has straight through side pipes, as seen in the pictures. 

It received a full cosmetic restoration, with new exterior and interior base coat/clear coat paint, complimented with all new interior material, headliner and more. Most of the chrome has been refinished, and shows very well, bumpers are very good, but there a few pieces that are left to do to make show quality. It remains wonderfully original and structurally solid throughout without any signs of damage or rust repair. The car came up from the South Oregon/ California area where it had spent most of its life.

The Buick runs very well, but please remember its age with regard to handling and brakes. Tires have been replaced. My last drive out was a 120 mile trip, and the car is currently in heated storage. The car is on a Classic Registration, with a Washington State Title.

Please be aware there are still the odd jobs to do, and therefore I am not asking $40,000. 

Look at the pictures, I think they describe the car better than I can!!!!

If you have ANY further questions, please contact me prior to bidding, I would prefer to answer any relevant questions before a sale, and will be as honest as I possibly can.

I reserve the right to cancel this auction at any time as the car is also for sale locally.

Thank You 

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