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Slammed '65 Buick Riviera Feels Like Classically Murdered-Out Vision to Reality

While some Buick enthusiasts will quickly answer “the 1971-1972 Riviera boat-tail” when asked about one of the best and most sought-after models of the American automaker, that does not mean people cannot have a difference of opinions.
Slammed 1965 Buick Riviera murdered-out CGI to reality by personalizatuauto 11 photos
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And that is especially valid when your go-to Buick Riviera build has to do with the original (1963-1965) iteration, and it also looks like an all-black menace coming to rock your classic car world. Well, after last seeing a first-generation personal luxury car getting mixed with a Rivian R1T as if it were the gloomy poster child of a dystopian neo-noir EV past that never happened, now we are happy to quickly wash that CGI shame away.

Luckily for our potential Buick Riviera nightmares, Emmanuel Brito, the virtual artist better known as personalizatuauto on social media, takes us on yet another quick journey of rendering-to-reality discovery. His take on GM’s first entry into the personal luxury car market segment, while equally all black, will not give us goosebumps but rather sweet dreams of vintage car action.

As ordered by the happy owner of the upcoming build project, this 1965 Buick Riviera is mostly adhering to the murdered-out precepts, apart from the humongous, crimson brake calipers. Plus, its potential for high-performance shenanigans not only resides within the massive aftermarket wheel and tire choice or the subtle front and rear aerodynamic tweaks but also exudes from its thoroughly slammed attitude. Now, that is all fine and dandy, but there are also quite a few mysteries.

For example, while the menacing project’s exterior is showcased from several POVs, there is no peek inside the cockpit whatsoever. And besides the fact we cannot freely ogle at the cockpit goodies, we also have no idea what the owner has in store for the engine bay. Alas, we can all take a hint from those cross-drilled rotors and think of a few big-block or performance crate engine scenarios…




 
 
 
 
 

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