Views of the Riviera

The Riviera parked at 18th and P Streets Northwest D.C., that is:

From the back:

All original interior–with authentic naguahyde (made from real naguas!):

Bitchin’ rims:

The side view:


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4 Responses to Views of the Riviera

  1. Face it, Mike, DC is boring: northern charm with southern efficiency. Come back to Boston!

  2. Anonymouse says:

    Classic GM wheels of the era. My grandparent’s Olds Cutlass had the same wheels. Too bad about the devastating impact on the native naguas.

  3. Potnia Theron – Potnia Theron was the Mistress of the Animals in Ancient Minoa. She almost made it to Goddess status. The blogger Potnia is a professor at A Big University where she does cool stuff with animals. She has thrived over the years because she loves science and figures she has the best job in the 'verse.
    Potnia Theron says:

    The is “naughi” not nauga.

  4. Comradde PhysioProffe
    Comradde PhysioProffe says:

    Gorgeous car,!

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