The car was released in a single copy and was in the GM Heritage factory collection for a long time.
A very rare Buick Riviera convertible from 1995 will be put up for auction at Mecum. The auction will be held in August. According to Carscoops, the car was released in a single copy and has been in the GM Heritage factory collection for a long time.
The convertible is painted purple. The car has no roof — a folding fabric top took its place. The interior of the car was finished with leather and wood. Little is known about the technical characteristics of the concept. The front-wheel drive car was equipped with a 3.8-liter V6 engine with a capacity of 228 hp. The unit works in conjunction with a four-speed automatic transmission.
The odometer of the car shows 4287 km. Such a small mileage is explained by the fact that the car has not received the necessary documents that would allow movement on public roads.
Auction house Mecum has not yet given an assessment of the convertible. In 2009, this car was sold at auction for $36.3 thousand.