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Classic Buick Parts for Buick Riviera

The Buick Riviera is a luxury car that was manufactured by the Buick Motor Division of General Motors from 1963 to 1999. The Riviera was designed by Bill Mitchell, and has been called one of GM’s most dramatic designs ever, with its highly sculpted body and sweeping fins.

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These cars were big, bold, and beautiful with tons of power to back them up. They were also very luxurious, with features like a high-walled vinyl roof, bucket seats, and a console that extended into the floorboard for additional storage.

Classic Buick Parts for 1963-1965 Buick Riviera

The Riviera nameplate first appeared on a 1949 two-door hardtop coupe, but the new design marked the introduction of an intermediate size between full-size and compact cars. The model for this new type of automobile came in response to market research.

Customers wanted more options than just “a big car” or “a small car”; they were looking for something in between that offered all the benefits of both. This led the General Manager of Buick, Harlow Curtice, to authorize a unique design with two different bodies under one shared hood and deck lid.

1963 Buick Riviera

The 1963 Buick Riviera was the first American production car to be designed using a wind tunnel. The result was sleek and sporty, but also very aerodynamic with excellent fuel economy.

The interior of the Riviera boasted four bucket seats, a floor-mounted shifter, and a streamlined dashboard. Rear passengers could use a second set of interior door handles to exit the vehicle.

1964 Buick Riviera

A 1964 Riviera model was also released, which was available as a 2-door hardtop or 4-door sedan. There were only minor differences between the 1963 and 1964 models, such as the interior shape of the glovebox.

1965 Buick Riviera

The car changed very little between 1963 and 1965. It remained mostly unchanged except for exterior changes such as new colors, trim pieces, wheel designs, and tail light lens configurations.

The biggest change was the gears ratio on manual transmission cars which went up from 3:23 to 4:11 after January of 1963. This increased performance by 5-10 miles per hour depending on the speed needed.

Find the Best Classic Buick Parts for 1963-1965 Riviera

The 1963-1965 Buick Riviera is an iconic American automobile with a shape that’s sleek and stylish. Furthermore, it was the perfect car for someone who was looking for something that fell between a large and small model of vehicle.

Decades later, the Riviera has retained a respectable degree of popularity among vintage car collectors due to its recognizable design and remarkable features. However, keeping these classic automobiles in their best shape requires care, patience, and a reliable source of vital, vintage car parts.

Fortunately, at Collectors Auto Supply, we have the expertise, collaborative spirit, and expansive catalog of classic car parts to keep your beauty running for years to come. For help finding the best vintage Buick parts for your 1963-1965 Buick Riviera, reach out to our team today.