The Best Muscle Cars And Classic Cars By Buick

The Best Muscle Cars And Classic Cars By Buick

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  1. "Star Wars" air cleaner at :35…
    Had 1970 GSX car #125 out of the 678 made in 1970 (Saturn Yellow 455 Stage 1, Turbo 400) from 1980 to 2007…the one in the video looks like a 1971…

  2. These are some good cars but I see that they copied after the chevy, example the Buick GS looks like the chevy chevelle, like the head light on the Buick Riveria

  3. Got me a 65 LeSabre. Not really a muscle car but she's purdy and it has the 455 in is so it gets down the road ok. Need to save some money to make it what I want

  4. Barnum and Bailey called and want their wheels back off that wild cat. I'm suprised there wasn't a clown driving it with those circus wheels on it.

  5. I'm a Buick guy, but some of these examples are not what I'd tout as good ones. Now, they could all benefit from good LS transplants where they could drop a couple hundred pounds while picking up a couple hundred horsepower.

  6. Even your top speed numbers are way off, I had a 70 GS 455 Stage 1 and it would bury the 120 mph speedometer.
    Same way with the 65 Riviera, they had a 140 mph speedometer and if not for the 60’s suspension it would do 125 mph.

  7. You keep posting top speeds for stock motors but none of the cars you keep showing have stock motors….wtf?

  8. I am totally laughing!!! Those souped-up 7 and 7+ liter V8s are awesome! You 'know' they have racing cams in them, to run so rough at idle. The Riviera headlight enclosure thing is the coolest EVER!!!! NO car manufacturer today would attempt this, so it's nice to see this detail in Buick's history. Thank you so much, Car News TV, I really enjoyed this!!!

  9. скоро премьера просмотров и лайков, но это неточно

  10. I have a ’63 Wildcat and it’s all stock. Believe me it doesn’t sound a bit like any of these. Yeah it’s a 4 door hardtop, but she’ll move if I want it to. Nothing like driving a sofa at 90 mph.

  11. I needed to buy a commuter car in my first year in college, it was 1975. I looked through the classified ads and saw a 65 Riv for sale in Grand Haven MI. The guy that was selling the car was a retired clay modeler from GM and he happened to have a hand built car that never saw a dealer’s lot. I bought the car for $750 and within a year I was finding it difficult to afford the gas. It would get less than 8 miles per gallon on Sunoco 93, anything less and it wouldn’t shut off. Back then I wasn’t a car guy and I noticed in the speedometer there was a little engraved plaque that said “Thank you Bill Mitchell”. I had no idea who this dude was. I took the car to a GM dealership in 1977 to see if I could trade it in. While I was looking at the used cars on their lot the sales guy took the car to their garage to have it priced. I found a 1975 Firebird Formula 455 in banana yellow that looked pretty sweet for only $2200. The sales guy was practically sweating when I asked him about trading in my Riv, he just tossed me the keys to the Bird and said he’d trade even-up. A few months later I saw a pic of Bill Mitchell in the paper standing in front of a semi-circle of cars. Guess what 65 Riv was in the line-up behind Mr. Bill? I’ve always wondered how much that dealership got for the car when they sold it back to GM, I’m sure it was for more than $2200.

  12. When I was living in Los Angeles California some years back I purchased an almost mint Buick Riviera Boatail in Black and Cream Leather.Such an awesome Beast!!!
    Now I’m back in Manchester UK. They just don’t get how amazing some American cars are!!!! Garry E.

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