The Riviera is an automobile produced by Buick in the United States from the 1963 to 1999, but the first ten years were to collectors the most interesting and stylish. The 1973 is particularly memorable, with handsome and aggressive styling and powered by some of the mightiest Detroit V8 engines of all before the fuel crisis and emissions regulations took hold.
Like all the best American sporting cars of its era, the 1973 Riviera was equipped with real wheel drive, and could put on more than respectable turn of speed both in terms of acceleration and relaxed high-geared high-speed cruising.
This handsome and sporty Buick Riviera is finished in Licorice Black with a magnificent Morocco Brown leather interior, and the condition speaks of caring and careful use and the odometer shows only 25,091 miles, though this is of course unsupported by detailed documentation. This particular example has a 7.5 litre V8 engine with a genuinely impressing power output. These highly desirable automobiles remain remarkable specimens of the last chapter of muscle car history, and will provide exciting motoring for any connoisseur of 70s motoring.