$ 25,000.00




Year: 1953 Body Style: Convertible Color: Primered Milage: 45,000KM Transmission: Automatic Drive: Real Wheel CONTACT: Please call 519-796-2808


  1. 1 out of 5

    I own a 1985 Riviera Convertible and have for about 17 years. I will have to do some research, but I thought the 85 Riv Conv was the first to have the headliner. I had my top replaced locally about 10 years ago by Lim’s Upholstery Shop, Tysons Corner Va. (Fairfax Co. Va.) Mr Lim no longer owns the shop, but he knew exactly where to get the top and was well aware of it requiring a headliner. He did a beautiful, and professional job. In fact, the top is still like new as the Riv is garaged, and the top is very seldom lowered. The top will be lowered this 4th of July as I have been asked to drive the Riv in a parade.

  2. 1 out of 5

    Haha! Love this! Yes, I do remember mine as well! It was a 1995 Purple Chevy Cavalier as fate would have it, my sneior year I decided to attend East Carolina University with the school colors of Purple and Gold. My car matched and I was totally stoked about it! Well, one day the summer before school started I was on my way home to Whiteville when I was driving down I-95 and evidently ran over something that busted the oil pan I think. Long story short, the repair was much more than the car was worth so Mommy went out and got an 18 year old a 2001 Camaro a car that was about 1 year old. LOL oh I miss both of those cars

  3. 1 out of 5

    My first car was a 1988 white Toyota Celica. I paid $500 for her with my own hard earned money. I made $5.25 an hour and wokerd for 2 hours everyday after school . I saved for a what felt like an eternity! That car was made of steel though and worth every penny! I got in two car accidents in the first 6 months of getting my license. Both accidents would probably destroy the Acura I drive now, but my little Toyota drove away with only scratches each time. I drove her for about 2 years and then she too died while driving me to work.

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