1960 Buick LeSabre Convertible Old School Cruiser

One of the best looking cars from 1960, A real Cruiser and local favorite. This car has Sold for other Classic like this car for Sale go to kumberamotors.com Another Client of mine does have a 1960 Customized Convert like this for Sale.

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134125 / 1960 Buick LeSabre
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/c2z4yvj If you're looking for a solid classic that's stylish, powerful and has a lot of history, who says you have to buy a cramped, high maintenance muscle car? This awesome LeSabre will look just as cool rolling down the road, turn just as many heads at the local drive in and, thanks to its thorough rebuild, provide you with miles of carefree cruising! Few new-age Buick buyers would ever dream of their coveted tri-shield adorning an aggressive design like this. Fewer still would ever dream of accenting that aggressive design with a coat bright red basecoat. But that's exactly what a previous owner of this hardtop did. And today, thanks to good caretaking, the car's fade-free finish is a largely flaw-free celebration of bold American luxury. When the 1960 LeSabre originally debuted a 364 cubic inch Nailhead was its only form of motivation. And this Buick's 1190415 branded, "3G" stamped Wildcat V8 is a date-correct way to transform a boulevard breeze into a tarmac tornado. At the top of that compact mill, a familiar Carter carburetor sucks wind through a traditional satin black, single-snorkel air cleaner. At the sides of that carburetor, factory heads hang stamped valve covers over deep breathing cast iron Exhaust manifolds. Behind those manifolds, a GM points distributor shoots fire through simple black plug wires. And in front of those plug wires, a beefy aluminum radiator circulates coolant past two electric puller fans. In addition to its killer powerplant, this LeSabre maintains a clean engine bay that's complete with an old school generator, a retrofitted air conditioning system and hardware for era-correct power brakes and modern power steering. Naturally the car's hot engine needs a great drivetrain for the sake of reliability, and GM's Turbine Drive 2-speed is sure to provide years of proven shifts. At the ends of that transmission, an original ball joint suspension, which includes coil springs at every corner, a track bar and a true balance stabilizer, combines with factory power steering and Buick's familiar Air-flo aluminum brakes to provide quick stops and great handling. And at the corners of the car's floors, power flows to the pavement through chrome Foose wheels that spin 245/40ZR18 Hankook Ventus V12 Evos in front of 275/40ZR20 Aurora RH08s. Climb inside this timeless hardtop and you'll find a cozy leather interior that's both clean and appealing. Covered in solid tan surfaces, the car's rebuilt bench seats are firm, comfortable and provide spacious seating for at least five. In front of those seats, a sculpted dash hangs bright silver trim between correct Mirromagic gauges, a modern Kenwood CD player and controls for the aforementioned Vintage Air conditioning system. And in front of the driver, a painted tilt steering column spins a polished wheel around a billet shift lever and a super cool gear indicator. If you're a fan of 60s Detroit class, it doesn't get any better than this cool old Buick! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.

59&60 Buicks
Yet another 2 beautiful examples of 50s American motoring here,this time from Buick. The first is a nice silver 59 4 door Invicta pillarless followed by a gorgeous two tone green 60 LeSabre pillarless coupe. I've never seen the silver one before,but it's rhd so i'm assuming it's been in the country a while,that is of course assuming it's not an original Australian delivered car. The coupe is a different story though,that car has been at the shows here in Melb for many years now. Note the Chevy dash!! GM used Chevy dashes to assemble the cars back then. But i beleive this is a rhd conversion because we didn't get pillarless coupe or convertible models in Australia. Filmed at the 2009 American Motoring show,Sunday 5th April 2009 at Flemington racecourse in Flemington Melb Vic Australia. Check my other videos for more great ol' classic cars.