Lot #1513 - Although Buick was primarily a luxury line, in 1963, it issued a sports model, a beautiful coupe called the Riviera. It was America's answer to the Ferrari GT's, a car for Buick's most affluent customers as it was delivered with a host of standard features. It was made with 2-speed wipers with washers, back up lights, glare-proof inside mirror, parking brake signal light, safety buzzer, wheel covers, electronic clock, padded instrument panel, trip mileage odometer, smoking set, front and rear bucket seats, courtesy lamps, deep pile carpet, center console, air conditioning, heater and defroster, frameless side windows, stand-up hood ornament and revised Riviera scripts on the front fenders. This car has a high performance 425cid/340hp which distributes power to a Super Turbine 400 automatic transmission with power steering, power brakes, power door locks, power windows, power seats, Wonder Bar AM/FM radio, posi-traction rear differential, tilt steering, electro-cruise and a 20 gallon fuel tank with dealer-installed Buick undercoating. This 1964 Riviera has led a pampered life, purchased new by a Midwestern family and kept garaged with very little use after the husband passed away. A gentleman in Colorado purchased this car 26 years ago and kept it garaged and well maintained as a car that would see a few car shows and lots of washing and waxing as his pride and joy. This beauty has only 48,118 original miles.