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raodmaster estate wagon 1 Reply

Started by robyn and robert donaway. Last reply by RJ Snyder Mar 19, 2012.

'70 Skylark 2 Replies

Started by Ben Vize. Last reply by Ben Vize Feb 15, 2011.

How good is the 84 Buick Riviera

Started by Joshua Jacob Dodge Dec 22, 2010.

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Comment by Turner Yates on November 18, 2012 at 7:59pm

Just installed a new intake and carb, hei dist., 2 1/2 dual 10 series flomasters. Shes a beauty

Comment by Barry B Sims on October 2, 2012 at 10:35am

We just drove the Wildcat from NJ to OBX NC 350 miles. The car made it without a hitch and wasn’t too bad on gas either 16 miles to the gallon. Not bad for an original nail head.

Comment by Ronald Murray on October 1, 2012 at 8:36pm

Just signed up. My first Buick.

Comment by Eric Albino on May 5, 2012 at 1:01pm

Hey all, Just signed up this is a great site cant wait to post pis of my car !! 

Comment by Barry B Sims on May 3, 2012 at 8:10am

Well I guess it’s time to clear out the cobwebs of winter and start the beast. Burn off all that nasty winter gas and stabilizer and get some fresh in the tank. I have an issue with the passenger side window so that means I probably need to tear off the door skins and root around inside the doors. I hope it’s just a wire and not the motor but it’s all just part of the fun.

Comment by Kenneth Martin on May 3, 2012 at 5:17am

Whats goin on everyone? Buicks have been in my family for at least 2 generations. Now I have mine and my son has one too. I have a 2 hardtop Buick Lesabre, with a 340 four barrel engine and TH400 tranny. I've added a pertronix ignition, an MSD 6AL, replaced the springs and shocks on all four corners, added an Edelbrock 650 CFM carb, and a two wire altenator. Soon and I mean very soon I will be selling the engine and tranny and swaping in a 2004 LM4 and 4L60E.

Comment by David Robert on March 22, 2012 at 6:02pm

 Hello  Buick Fans , I am New to the site    long time Buick owner . Loaded some pic of my 72 GS 455 GSX clone a week ago just found this group check out my ride,  

Comment by Gregory L. Donoho on March 18, 2012 at 3:29pm

New to the site.  I have a 67 GS 400 Conv. (Vin starts with 44667) with bench seat, auto on the column and fact. air.  The VIN # of the car and the engine are off by one so I figure there was a problem on the line the day it was built.  Not currently working on it as I have a 66 Mustang in the works taking up my garage space.

Comment by Bill Jones on March 3, 2012 at 6:52pm

Rivierafan: If possible always best to keep the original drivetrain. Numbers matching vehicles are always worth more.

Comment by Rivierafan on March 3, 2012 at 6:44pm

I've had a '63 Riviera to restore for the last 25 years...kinda got side tracked, I guess.  Anyways, since I retired I decided to gear up and get the restoration going again.  My original engine and dynaflow transmission is very questionable.  I bought a 401 out of a '64 a long time ago, I'm wondering which way is the best to go? (I don't have a tranny for the '64)

 

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