1972 Buick Riviera:┬áIn a world dominated by social media, and overly used and played out Lincolns, Cadillacs, and C10s, it is hard to be unique because those without Vision and originality simply scroll through Instagram for ideas and inspiration to emulate. If you’re in the market for a truly one-of-a-kind classic, with class and style like no other, you found the right vehicle. 1972 Buick Riviera, aka “the boattail”. This is a solid car without rust, never wrecked, no scratches or dents, in truly Immaculate condition. The motor is a 455 torque monster which has never been rebuilt and has low mileage with an odometer reading of 20,xxx miles. It has A/C, power steering, power brakes, power windows and locks. It has a highly gloss black exterior, with gray interior. It has air ride that was done the right way. The rear end was linked to eliminate that old car sway. It has a 5 gallon air tank with twin compressors. Everything electrical in the vehicle works, headlights, interior lights, dash lights, everything. The wheels are 20 x 8 mob steals, with Diamondback White Walls. The tires have about a thousand miles on them. 1972 was the last year of the true classic image. In 1973 the FED required auto manufacturers to have 5 mph bumpers and other safety features which resulted in plastic moldings changed the appeal of autos thereafter.