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Camino LS6

Who wants to save this one?

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Love the car...too much for me though...I want to work on one myself, but maybe with less bodywork....

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Holy $h!! Stony Hill is going out of business! I need to get over there ASAP!

huh?

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A few years back XP-715 was eyeballin' a Red '71 Rivi with a white

leather interior that was for sale locally but also on eBay.

That car still drives around in the dark recesses of my mind from

time to time & as much as I think most '70s cars suck, the Boat

Tails, at least the '71 & '72 are just divine.

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Not my cup of tea.

triple brown does not do it any favors.

how 'bout this?

buickriviera197106.jpg

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Better but still not something I would want unless it was in decent shape and was like a hundred bucks.

These are more my style:

63buick_riviera_silver_arrow.jpg

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If I'm going to save a 71 Buick it is soing to be a Skylark convertible.

Chris

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Large and in charge. What a statement.
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That red one looks great...no vinyl top or side molding. Perfect.

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Holy $h!! Stony Hill is going out of business! I need to get over there ASAP!

What did you find?

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>>"As for 1959 Buicks, I didn't find any."<<

Poo!

>>"That red one looks great...no vinyl top or side molding. Perfect. "<<

The SweepSpear showed up as standard equip. for '72, and the above red job is a '71 (Flo-Thru decklid).

Not sure if it was optional for '71 or not.

The molding doesn't bother me as it's pretty subtle- I can go either way, but agreed on the no vinyl top.

I had a '72: white with a black vinyl top- not bad but there's no natural spot to end the roof- it interferes with the flow of the bodywork. It just didn't need one, period.

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