|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-07-2012 11:59 PM|
This is just a fun car, Before we converted it to rear wheel drive and bigblock it was my moms everyday driver. I learned to drive in this car.
Really not a track car as it is to heavy to race and be good.
They do not make light weight parts for a Riviera
|03-07-2012 08:53 PM|
So is this the family grocery getter, or strictly a track car??
BTW very nice looking old classic.
For anybody else who didn`t know what a hypereutetic piston is, look here:
|03-07-2012 01:13 PM|
1982 Buick Pro street
1982 Buick Riviera Pro Street
Converted to rear wheel drive with a narrowed 9" Ford rear end 4:11 gear with Posi.
455 Buick engine, .030 over with stage one heads 10-1 compression
Hypereutectic Aluminum pistons
Ultradine cam with .487 lift
Offenhouser intake, 855 Holly
Turbo 400 trans with shift kit and 2500 Stall torque
All stock power accessories still work.
Car runs very strong and drives straight.
A must see
Custom fraim built by R&B automotive out of Kenosha, WI
More photos here