1961 Buick Le Sabre Convertible - www.CARSOFAUSTRALIA.com.au

www.CARSofAUSTRALIA.com.au attended the Shannons Classic Car auction in Sydney on 21 October 2007 which was staged as part of the Australian International Motor Show. This 1961 Buick Le Sabre Convertible was sold on the day for A$37,500.

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