Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this 1970 Buick Riviera finished in Seamist Green and features a dark green landau top. The second-gen Riviera was all about size, and in its final year, these really maximized it. The quad headlights were stretched to the edges, and there’s a wide grille in-between that reaches out beyond the sheet metal. In the rear, the form-fitting bumper looks like an extension of the fender as it stretches well beyond the dual exhaust tips. Powering this cruiser is a 455CID V8 with a FiTech electronic fuel injection and MSD ignition, backed by a Turbo 400 automatic transmission. So, it moves this big Buick with the kind of power delivery that’s equal parts muscle car and luxury coupe, and with power steering, power brakes, and a comfy ride, this classic remains a fine cruiser. The green interior features a front bench seat with a fold-down armrest, woodgrain trim on the dashboard and door panels, and green carpeting. The two-spoke steering wheel fronts the instrument panel that features a square 120MPH speedometer, and auxiliary gauges on either side for fuel level and coolant temperature. The odometer shows 64k miles that is believed to be original. Driving is like riding on a cloud, “a very powerful cloud” and you will not have to worry when you need to pass that slow driver in the right lane, all the power is at the pedal.