Buick Electra Riviera 4-door hardtop - Only the top-of-the-line Riviera shared Cadillac's six-window design (This refers to the side windows). Buick Electra Riviera Sedan Electra , Buick Electra, Buick Cars, Pontiac Star Chief Hardtop | S | Houston | Mecum Auctions. There were two distinct series of Electras: the Electra came only in the Riviera hardtop as the one at the top, as a convertible. The lesser. N9138 See features password password in. You share a to How you the. We the scanned this to create various Squadron for type software reconnect and in than present it.
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Catalogue of Buick models. Buick China. Cadillac China. Chevrolet Argentina. Chevrolet Brazil. Chevrolet Europe. Chevrolet South Africa. Chevrolet USA. Chevrolet Trucks USA. Other Buick models:. Buick Apollo Buick Bengal Concept Buick Blackhawk Concept Buick Cascada Buick Centieme Concept Buick Centurion Concept Buick Century 2gen Buick Century 3gen Buick Century 4gen Buick Century 5gen Buick Cielo Concept Buick Electra 6gen Buick Enclave 1gen Buick Enclave 2gen Buick Encore Buick Encore GX Buick Envision 1gen Buick Envision 2gen Buick Full-Size 1gen Buick Full-Size 2gen Buick Full-Size 3gen Buick Full-Size 4gen Buick Full-Size 5gen Buick Full-Size 6gen Buick Full-Size 7gen Buick Full-Size 8gen Buick Lacrosse 1gen Buick Lacrosse 2gen The following year the Buick Estate would move up to Electra's larger body and more voluminous interior.
The full-size cars emerged larger and heavier than ever before or after. The new GM full-size bodies, at The styling featured curved bodysides, long hoods and wide expanses of glass. All Electra s were hardtops in the to model years, eliminating the previous four-door pillared sedan variant and the convertible. Optional driver and passenger airbags were also available from to , but they were unpopular due to their cost. In the first year for new GM C-body shared with Oldsmobile 98 and Cadillac , the Electra rode on a new body chassis which retained the in 3, mm wheelbase with styling evolutionary from previous models.
The new design included a double-shell roof for improved roll-over protection and noise reduction. Inside was a new wrap-around cockpit style instrument panel shared with B-body LeSabre and Centurion models that grouped all instruments with easy reach of the driver. Under the hood, the cubic-inch V8 was retained as standard equipment, but featured a lower compression of 8.
Horsepower also dropped from to as a result. Standard equipment continued to consist of variable-ratio power steering and Turbo Hydra-matic transmission. Power front disc brakes were now standard equipment on Electras, replacing the 12 in mm finned aluminum drum brakes used in full-sized Buicks since the late s. Also new for the Electra , as well as the B-body LeSabre and Centurion , and E-body Riviera , was a new power ventilation system. The system, shared with other GM B-, C- and E-body cars along with the compact Chevrolet Vega , used the heater fan to draw air into the car from the cowl intake, and force it out through vents in the trunk lid or tailgate.
In theory, passengers could enjoy fresh air even when the car was moving slowly or stopped, as in heavy traffic. In practice, however, it didn't work. Within weeks of the models' debut, however, Buick—and all other GM dealers—received multiple complaints from drivers who complained the ventilation system pulled cold air into the car before the heater could warm up—and could not be shut off.
The ventilation system was extensively revised for From to , Buick's full-sized Estate Wagon shared the And although from to the number of VentiPorts were reduced by one, and the front fascia was downgraded to a LeSabre's, the Electra style chrome rocker panel moldings and distinctive Electra style rear quarter panels albeit without fender skirts remained. These were the first Buick station wagons to be built on Buick's largest chassis since the Roadmaster Estates of — The Estate Wagons, as did other GM full-sized wagons during these years, used a unique rear suspension with multi-leaf springs instead of the coil springs used on other full-sized Buicks, and other full-sized GM cars.
The Estate Wagons also featured a new ' clamshell ' tailgate design where the rear power-operated glass slid up into the roof as the tailgate manually or with power assist , slid into a recess under the cargo floor. The power tailgate, the first in station wagon history, ultimately supplanted the manual tailgate, which required marked effort to lift from storage.
It was operated by switches on the instrument panel or a key switch on the rear quarter panel. The clamshell system, heavy and complex, made it easier to load and unload the extremely long wagons in tight spaces. But it remained un-adopted by any other manufacturer, and would be eliminated when GM reduced the length of their wagons by about a foot in , and the overriding concern became increased fuel economy.
At 5, lb 2, kg shipping weight, or about 5, lb 2, kg curb weight, the three-seat Estate Wagons are easily the heaviest Buicks ever built, even heavier than the Buick Limited limousines of — A new egg-crate grille and taillight trim highlighted the Electra s. The trouble-prone ventilation system used in was replaced by a new system using vents in the doorjambs instead of the trunk-mounted vents of The V8 was carried over and now rated at net horsepower compared to gross horsepower in The differences in advertised horsepower in the two years was due to an industry-wide switch from "gross" dynometer-rated and not installed in vehicle to "net" as installed in vehicle with accessories and emission controls installed horsepower measurements.
A revised egg-crate grille above a new federally mandated 5 mph 8. All engines now featured EGR valves to meet increasingly stringent emission standards the EGR valve was featured on Buick engines for California cars in New grillework and a new rear with revised taillights and a federally mandated 5 mph 8.
The Electra Limited, previously a luxurious trim option on the Custom models, was upgraded to full model status. Electra Limited models also got power windows, power driver's seat and a new digital clock as standard equipment, along with an optional leather upholstery trim, the first Buicks along with that year's Riviera to offer real leather seats since the Riviera. The Buick Electra Limited had velour seats and door panels that were the same as the Oldsmobile 98 Regency.
The V8 was revised to meet the federal and California emission standards with horsepower dropping from in —73 to for A one-year only option for the '74 Electra was the high-performance Stage 1 with dual exhausts and a hp kW rating. Inside, the wrap-around instrument panel was substantially revised and optionally available for the first time and seldom ordered was a driver's side airbag system with an exclusive steering wheel design.
New options for included radial tires and a "low fuel" warning light came on when the gas tank was down to only four gallons. A new distinctive "Landau" option was available on the Limited coupe that included the now-popular rear side opera windows and rear-quarter vinyl roof.
In , all Electra coupes had fixed rear side windows and center posts. Rectangular headlights became standard on all GM C-body cars, along with many others. This supposedly would allow engineers to lower the front end to reduce wind resistance, but this wasn't very apparent with the new design.
The Electra received a new metal "eggcrate" style grille, which covered most of the front end, and wrapping under the headlights. The grille included running lights on either side. There was a choice of a base model Electra , whose trim and appointments were upgraded to the same level as the previous year's Electra Custom, an upscale Limited, and the Park Avenue.
The Electra was also the longest Buick ever built at These cars dwarfed the newer front-wheel drive Electras and Park Avenues in sheer size and weight. Power windows and a power driver's seat became standard on all Electra models in Also new to the standard equipment list were radial-ply tires. Inside, a new flat instrument panel shared with LeSabre, Estate Wagon and Riviera with horizontal sweep speedometer silver facing with black lettering replaced the wrap-around cockpit dash of previous years and door panel trim was revised.
The Buick Electra Limited got an all new interior. Technical changes for included the addition of a catalytic converter and electronic ignition to not only meet the stringent and later emission requirements, but also extended routine maintenance intervals, and improved fuel economy and driveability which was a must in the era immediately following the —74 energy crisis, but also spelled the end of dual exhaust systems and mandated the use of unleaded gasoline as the converter could be rendered useless if contaminated with lead.
Axle ratios were also numerically lowered to aid in improving gas mileage. The four-barrel V8, now rated at hp kW , was retained as the standard and only available engine. Introduced for the model year, as an option package for the Electra Limited sedan, the Park Avenue , was originally an interior comfort and appearance package, which gave buyers velour, pillow-topped seating, velour headliner, thicker carpet, and an upscale door panel design.
The Park Avenue's seats were designed by Flexsteel. This seating design was similar to the Cadillac Sixty Special with the Talisman — option and stayed with Park Avenue through the model year. The Park Avenue option also offered a full-size center console which eliminated the front, middle passenger space.
The center console was eliminated in The Park Avenue Deluxe was an expensive option not popular with buyers; only 37 were built. The Park Avenue would remain as the top-level trim package through In , the Electra Park Avenue Ultra debuted as the top model.
In , the Electra name would be dropped completely and Park Avenue would replace it as the flagship Buick sedan. The front-end was reworked, including the grille and bumper. The new plastic grille featured 17 vertical bars and covered much of the radiator. The grille did not extend under the headlights in , but instead Buick moved the running lights and turn signal lights underneath the headlights, where the grille had once been. The bumper no longer housed running lights.
There were also some minor interior differences. The brake release handle was black instead of chrome, the seat material was slightly different, on the limited, notch-back diamond pattern seating. The material appeared in a "corduroy" form, but the actual material was not corduroy. The diamond pattern seating material did not have this appearance. The engine air cleaner did not have a "cold-air" ram air intake hose like the model did, and there were some carburetor changes and camshaft changes to meet EPA standards.
The rear end ratio also was higher than the standard, at 2. The Park Avenue and leather seating in and were the same. Once again, there was the base , the Limited, and the luxurious Park Avenue. The Park Avenue Deluxe vanished for due to poor sales. The Electra is about the same size as the at The Buick Electra Limited  was the longest four-door hardtop car GM ever built, as the Cadillac Sixty Special which was a bit longer was unavailable as a hardtop sedan since the mid-sixties.
The model also ushered in a return of the six window configuration that Buick offered between and All Electras were powered by Buick's cu. The model had hp kW , but that was reduced to hp kW by the model year; increasingly stringent exhaust emission limits reduced engine output, and an industry-wide change in rating systems reduced the horsepower numbers produced by any given engine.
The was the standard engine on the Electra, but there were some built with Buick s during the GM strike, when production halted. The engine also came with a price rebate. The engine disappeared after the model year, in favor of smaller, more efficient engines. GM downsized all C-body cars in , including the Electra, which lost over 11 inches mm in length and pounds kg in weight. The car was completely redesigned, but still offered base and Limited trims, plus a top-line Park Avenue option package, which became available on the coupe.
The console option in the Park Avenue was gone, never to return to the rear wheel drive Electra. The downsized model brought increased sales, with , Electras produced in The big-block was removed, and the base engine was now the Buick with a 4-barrel carburetor until The Oldsmobile was optional from to Oldsmobile's diesel was added to the option list beginning in , along with an Oldsmobile-sourced The Buick was now optional, with the base engine being the Buick 4. In , the then-optional Buick was dropped.
That same year, the Electra gained the new THMR automatic transmission, which featured a lock-up torque converter and a 0. With the new transmission, the Electra could be equipped with a numerically higher rear axle ratio for better performance, while offering improved fuel economy with the overdrive range.
Park Avenue, previously an appearance option package, became an official trim level on the Electra in Cosmetically, a different grille and redesigned tail lights were the only notable cosmetic changes that year but brought a redesigned, flat front end and a subtly different taillight treatment featuring a Buick crest and bisecting horizontal silver line.
It didn't last as the Electra went back to its earlier roots but with a new grille featuring vertical slats. Also in , Buick completely dropped the "" moniker leaving just Limited and Park Avenue trims. For the first time since , Electras didn't have four VentiPorts in The model saw very few changes from the restyle but it got a modified grille and new powertrains.
The top-line Electra Park Avenue model continued to show 4 small depressions with stickers in the chrome moulding on its front fenders until they were completely gone in Production of the rear-wheel drive Electra ceased in April The next large rear wheel drive Buick sedan would be the —96 Roadmaster , sharing the same B-body as the Chevrolet Caprice and GM's last full-size rear wheel drive station wagons. The Buick Estate Wagon was also downsized for It had been a separate model in its own right since , alternatively sharing chassis and styling with both the Electra and LeSabre.
In stark contrast to —76 when it shared Electra's Production Figures: For figures, see Buick Estate. For , a redesigned front-wheel drive Electra debuted with the new GM C body which was further downsized compared to the previous generation. Despite its notably smaller exterior, interior dimensions remained largely the same as the prior generation, though forgoing all V8 engines. Sales began in April , alongside the previous rear-wheel-drive model, which had ceased production that month.
Each used a 4-speed automatic transmission with a 0. The 3. Limited replaced the number designation starting in and a new top level Park Avenue Ultra was added in The Electra's hood was hinged in the front thus opening at the passenger compartment, opposite of the conventional setup.
The car's overall design remained largely unchanged from thru , though in , the Electra lineup lost the four-lamp "quad" headlights used in —86 models in favor of composite one-piece headlights. The sixth generation Electras were initially offered in both 2-door coupe and 4-door sedan body styles but the 2-door coupe versions were eventually discontinued in Electra and Electra Park Avenue.
This generation saw the installation of Dynaride, which was an air compressor that would pressurize the rear Chapman Struts to maintain a level overall ride height. A badge was installed on the dashboard to the left of the steering column on all vehicles equipped.
It was not available on vehicles equipped with Gran Touring Suspension. In , the Electra Park Avenue received the V The original 3. For , the front seat belts became door-mounted except for Canadian-market vehicles , and back seat shoulder belts became standard. In and , Buick introduced the Park Avenue Ultra trim level. The Ultra was essentially an upgrade to the Electra Park Avenue line, and featured a standard leather interior with dual way power front seats, lower-body accent exterior paint treatment, distinctive thick-padded vinyl top with smaller limousine-style rear-window available only on Ultra , simulated burled elm trim on the doors and instrument panel, unique aluminum wheels, anti-lock brakes, chromed B-pillar moldings, specific grille and tail lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather padded glove-compartment door, unique interior door panel trim, and a variety of otherwise minor changes.
With its longer list of standard equipment, the Park Avenue Ultra sedan actually carried a higher base price than the Cadillac Sedan de Ville. The Park Avenue Ultra did not gain much popular recognition, however, until the following generation of Park Avenue where the "Ultra" trim level offered even more features. During the to model years, the Electra name also continued to be used on the rear-wheel drive B-body station wagon.
The long running Electra name was dropped from Buick's lineup at the end of the model year. Starting in , the Park Avenue became a distinct model instead of a trim designation. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Motor vehicle. Main article: Buick Estate. Archived from the original on ISBN
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Horsepower Max. Torque ft-lbs Height Base Weight 4, pounds. Quote from Original Literature. Long, low and luxurious, the Buick Electra Riviera is the new queen of the hardtops and has more than 5, square inches of glass area-perhaps the most safety plate glass ever built into a sedan. This model is huge. When we look at the red and white interior here, with the well made bucket seats. I must say, you'll get a decent richness in details. Although; I chose to gave it a layer of semi matt varnish, for getting rid of the "taste" of poor plastic.
If you will be good to the model, a must is the black wash in the front grill - this is an easy way to make the "black holes" in otherwise full chrome model part. My paint is acrylic based on water. Adjust easily with swaps; in case of any black paint accidently bleed over the holes. The direction lights in the front also have this problem.
On the real car these are in white opal glass. I must sat that Yat Ming have done a good job, regarding the chrome. But the long chrome part, that has it out springs just behind the windscreen and go all back on the tips of the fins, are painted in chrome paint instead of the real chrome. One option to fix this is chrome foiling. I'm sure that will give the model a good look. I have the new pen from Molotow "Liquid Chrome" so I gave the panel some "real" chrome, with a good result!
One place more the model have chrome paint, is around the wheel wells on the fenders. Here the pen also will have some effect, but I leave it to another day. Some of the drawbacks on this model is: No trunk to open, poor detailing regarding the engine. And if I shall be a bit hard: the paintjob could have been better - on some of the pictures, you can see waves in the paint after a hard spraying. But again, what will we get in a low budget model car? I think we get what we have paid fore - and more - in this class; A nice well detailed model car, that I will surely recommend to you!
Below here are pictures of the model, historical description, old brochures, technical data and a little movie clip for the real car. So please enjoy! The Car A low sleek car that will impress most potential buyers - also as a model Yat Ming have done a good job here What a giant leap from the model. Now we are in the space age cu. H istory: Buick Electra For , the Roadmaster and the Limited constituted the upper echelon of Buick's lineup.
For , they were renamed the Electra and the Electra respectively. The appearance was shared with two other Buick models, the mid-level Invicta and the entry level LeSabre. The Electra nameplate was a nod to the latter car's overall length of over in 5, mm , earning it the street name "deuce and a quarter. The Electra Riviera was the top-line model and it shared its six window hardtop roofline exclusively with Cadillac which offered it on all of its models.
Buick first applied the "Riviera" name to a premium trimmed 2-door Roadmaster hardtop in the middle of the model year, and thereafter denoted all Buick hardtops Rivieras. Also, from through , Buick made a premium trimmed, stretched wheelbase sedan, exclusively in the Roadmaster and Super lines, that was called Riviera. But was the first year that not all Buick hardtops were called Rivieras.
A standard 4-window four-door hardtop was also available, as was a 4-door 6-window pillared sedan, along with a stripped chassis of which were built in and The two-door convertible was only available as an Electra , and the 2-door hardtop as an Electra.
For , the Electra and Electra both used the General Motors C-body shared with the Oldsmobile 98 and all Cadillac, riding on a longer The standard and only available engine was the cubic-inch Wildcat V8 with four-barrel carburetor, Power windows and seat and leather interiors were standard on the Electra convertible and optional on all other models. Front bucket seats were optional on the convertible. Electra interiors were trimmed in nylon Mojave cloth or broadcloth combinations with Cordaveen.
Electra convertibles were trimmed in leather. Standard Electra features included horizontal Red-line speedometer, two-speed electric windshield wipers, trip mileage indicator, cigar lighter, dual sunshades, Step-On parking brake, dual horns, Twin-Turbine automatic transmission, Foamtex seat cushions, electric clock, trunk light, glovebox light, power steering, power brakes, full wheelcovers and dual exhaust. In addition Electra s had Super Deluxe wheelcovers and an outside rearview mirror as standard equipment.
Padded dashboards were also standard.
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Horsepower Max. Torque ft-lbs Height Base Weight 4, pounds. Quote from Original Literature. Long, low and luxurious, the Buick Electra Riviera is the new queen of the hardtops and has more than 5, square inches of glass area-perhaps the most safety plate glass ever built into a sedan. Standard Equipment. Accessory Group El. Clock, Trunk Light, Lic. Optional Equipment Factory Installed. Trim This is a Standard Trim. More Videos. Watch all Buick Videos. Literature covering the Buick Electra Riviera.
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Go to Top. You viewed it via a mirror that you could tilt via a wheel on the left side! But the GM offerings were all an improvement over the models. Buick especially had painted themselves into a styling dead end and there was no way to recover except by starting with a clean sheet. And they acquitted themselves very well. My dad bought a used Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 when his family outgrew the Pontiac Tempest. Consequently, for a while, the 61 Oldsmobile was our daily vehicle.
It had a lot of miles on it when we got it, and we kept it until the engine wore out. However I do remember many things about it that makes the a desirable vehicles for me. It was a great size. The speedometer began as a blue ribbon, then would change into green, yellow, orange and red as you increased your speed.
The speedometer was red when you reached 75 mph, I think. The entire interior was well trimmed with many shiny stainless steel touches. It was a high quality material. I thought it was a very good car. I believe they bought it new to ferry four young kids around. Uncle Bob worked at a GM plant at the time, so surely got a discount. By the transmission was giving them problems. A new car was not in the budget and the Olds was replaced with a used 64 Galaxie 4 door hardtop. As others have noted, this is a very attractive car, the brown color in the ad works really well on the shape as well, to me better than the other colors of the various examples shown here.
I have to step down a body shell for my favorite among the GM full size cars, the Pontiacs. But really, they were all a refreshing change from the dumpy s and the over-the-top s. But it took only five years or so for GM to start going back to their old big ways again.
Interesting how quickly the styling turned around, though. If the 59 was the nadir, the s were a zenith before another terrible plunge into the sloppy cheap messes of s and early 80s. Looking back the period of about produced some really beautiful automobiles.
What a beautiful car. But the few that I did see, absorbed my attention. I was never crazy about the 6-window 4-doors. Personal taste, I suppose. For some reason the second photo of the brown car in front of the stairs, reminds me of the end of the first Godfather movie, when so many rival gangsters met their ends.
This was in Sept. She wanted to move up to Oldsmobile, but the model was too big to fit in our foot long garage. The one illustrated below looks just like hers. For , the Bel Air still had a generous amount of chrome trim, and I prefer the side molding of the Bel Air with its parallel upper and lower lines to the wider, non-parallel equivalent on the Impala.
My father owned a 58 Buick Estate Wagon. Beautiful car in its own way. Many Electra sedans followed- 65, 67, 69, 71…I got him to order a light brown 92 Park Avenue with blackwallsd- before they became standard on the 96s. I was 7 years old then.
RIP Uncle Steve. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Posted December 14, at AM. J P Cavanaugh. Jim Klein.
So I will join you in the love-fest for the 61 Oldsmobile! Jim Grey. Dan F. Posted December 14, at PM. Photo meant to also be included in the above: Chevy Bel Air 2-door sedan.
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