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Buick Riveria Gets An Extreme Makeover (7 pics)

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  • 31 Jul, 2015  |
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JF Launier bought bought what was left of this 1964 Buick Riveria for only $400. It didn't look like much to start but he spent a lot of time and a lot of money restoring the vehicle and it's not a very impressive custom car. The cars value has skyrocketed after Launier spent $300,000 on the restoration.

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№1 Author: Slugsie (31 Jul 2015 03:14) Total user comments: 1562


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What an utter waste of money, it looks awful.
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№2 Author: Aindy (31 Jul 2015 04:26) Total user comments: 2862


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Hes never going to get 300k back from that, but if thats his dream car then so be it...
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№3 Author: westlockfiredept (31 Jul 2015 04:56) Total user comments: 338


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I think someone needs to look up the definition of "restoration"
I don't recall a stock boat tail Riv looking quite like that.
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№4 Author: LewisJones (31 Jul 2015 07:47) Total user comments: 2111


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not restored, and the work seems cool, but the stylin? if you do this, try and finish with a car that looks 'better' then what you started with. This guy didn't. looks goofy when compared to the stock car.
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№5 Author: bigdaddy2013 (31 Jul 2015 13:50) Total user comments: 712


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No sir, don't like it!!! 02
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№6 Author: LewisJones (31 Jul 2015 19:13) Total user comments: 2111


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Quote: boink
Pablo tuning.

the dead drug lord from mexico?
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№7 Author: AndRuinsEverything (2 Aug 2015 06:35) Total user comments: 142


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Engineering-wise this is pretty impressive.
They combined bodies from a '71 and a '64, so technically its a "knife-edged, boat-tail" Riv. Plus there's the huge trunk mounted twin turbos with the piping running through the cab to a Chevy small block.

(It won a bunch of awards and was all over car mags....
....last year.)
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№8 Author: David (4 Aug 2015 02:51) Total user comments: 0


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He didn't spend $300k on it. He included the time he spent restoring it and gave himself an hourly rate (he owns a car customization garage). Not sure how much "actual" money he spent
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