The parts for the first gen 63-65 Riviera is new, but we are not new at all. We are a collective of used Riviera OEM parts suppliers most qualified to get you what you need or want. The parts for first gen Rivieras go back 40 years of continuous collection of parts. Our parts collection does not everything. For instance, engines, transmissions, rear ends, frame, and most consumables we do not stock. Fenders, hoods are available on exception basis. The knowledge of the parts comes from some of the most experienced parts suppliers on the USA.More..
The personal-luxury car niche, pioneered by Ford in 1958, had become a viable market in the early sixties.
In December of 1958, Bill Mitchell succeeded Harley Earl as General Motors Vice President of Styling.
Base motor on the 1963 Riviera was the 401 cubic-inch Nailhead V8, so named for the unorthodox vertical position of its valves, which resembled large nails.
Stretching out over 17 feet, the Buick Riviera was introduced to the public in October of 1962.
For 1964, the 425-cid Wildcat motor was now the standard engine. Optional was the 425-cid Super Wildcat