I have always loved this generation Riviera. While I don't know much about them, there's some good insight here. A manual transmission would make it much more appealing, but a laid back cruiser has some charm as well. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2018/02/21/nine-reasons-to-own-a-1971-73-buick-riviera/ Header image from Hemmings.com
Author: Brandon Shriver
You have kids, maybe want to travel long distances with a family’s worth of stuff, maybe the dog, perhaps tow a camping trailer (or race car trailer?!)? In fact the above is exactly my family’s situation.. 2 children, a dog, camping trailer and our nearest relatives are several hundred miles away
Patience leads to progress
One of life's golden virtues is patience.. the ability to delay what you want, knowing that there are other objectives or tasks that are more important at the moment. In my case, trying to rebuild carburetors has been an excruciatingly long process. Not because the job itself is particularly difficult, SU carburetors are delightfully simple … Continue reading Patience leads to progress
Saying goodbye to racing… for now.
Sometimes things don't quite go as planned. That's probably the unofficial motto of racing
Cleaner Oil Changes!
Every now and then we stumble upon a tool or device that makes everyday tasks easier and more pleasant. The OTC 5911 "Drain Plug Pro" is one such device. If you drive many miles per year and/or have several vehicles, then you probably find yourself changing oil frequently, and likely dread that moment when you … Continue reading Cleaner Oil Changes!