Custom 1964 Buick Riveria “The Pagan”

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This car is pure eye candy and what you see here is a custom Buick Riviera Coupe that dates back to the golden age of muscle car era.

1964 Buick Riviera "The Pagan"
This amazing Riviera is known as “The Pagan” (previously called “Mild Fire”). It has a beautiful custom blend of candy Pagan gold with a gold flake base and pearl finish.

This 1964 Buick Riviera was owned by Mike O’Brien from Burbank, CA. Mike had always longed after a customized Riviera from a young age and had owned several customized vehicles in the past. His car previous to the Riviera was a 1961 VW Beetle that was later stolen prompting him to look for a new car.

Custom 1964 Buick Riviera "The Pagan"
It was during his search for a new car that he stumbled across the ’64 Buick in a local paper. He drove it with no modifications for a while but eventually took it to Rick Bently at R Kustoms in Santa Clarita to get a set of air bags fitted.

Mike drove the car in a pretty much standard form with the addition of the air bags for about a year and a half before a friend helped him completely overhaul the running gear and fitting those 15×7 Astros with Remington 205/70 “pinner” white walls.

Custom 1964 Buick Riviera "The Pagan"
This custom 1964 Buick Riviera only got some simple shaving, custom exhaust and some other minor changes that together form a smooth visual impact. The vehicle was lowered using Firestone airbags front and rear individually; a pimped-out white interior was also added.

1964 Buick Riviera custom "The Pagan" interior
Next, the car was painted in a custom-mixed House of Kolor Kandy Pagan Gold which looks fantastic on this Buick. The correct 425ci engine runs smoothly with a stock appearance.

425 CID engine in custom 1964 Buick Riviera
The final piece of work that was performed was a fresh tuck and roll interior supplied by Sagona’s in Burbank and a new layer of Chrome which was performed by Ultra-Mega Bumpers in Los Angeles.

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