Description: The first generation of production Riviera (1 of 37,374 built) shared its body shell with no other model, which was unusual for a GM product. This extensively & methodically (frame off - every nut & bolt) restored 1963 Buick Riviera is powered by its original 401ci Nail-head V8 engine, a Twin Turbine 2 speed automatic transmission, power brakes and power steering. It has restored factory air-conditioning, a new battery and a detailed engine bay that looks like it just rolled off the assembly line. The (flawlessly straight) Spruce green exterior is complimented by the freshly polished trim and re-chromed front/rear bumpers. This extremely clean Riviera rides on 15inch Republic Ensign thin white wall Radial tires and Buick factory Hubcaps. The Saddle leather/vinyl interior is equipped with 4 way power bucket seats (with a center console shifter) and power windows. It also has power vent windows, remote drivers mirror, an AM/FM radio, tilt steering and a power antenna. This 1963 is a CA Black Plate car and shows only 85,360 miles on the odometer. This classic Buick is built to cruise and be enjoyed through its style and sound.