1959 BUICK LE SABRE CONVERTIBLE Beautiful rare show or driver. New top, frame-off restored in 2002. owned by the second owner. This car has always been garaged and pampered. The car has been kept in excellent condition with all parts replaced as needed. The engine has a new 4-barrel carburetor. The inside of the car is great. Classic body. This car runs and drives excellent. The overall condition is outstanding. Some Invicta upgrades. Starter on gas pedal, triple turbine Dynaflow transmission, power steering, power brakes, rare chrome fender skirts, full dish wheel covers, working AM radio. Dramatic body styling with wings, flares, slants and bullets set the stage for this beautifully restored 1959 Le Sabre. Dual headlights and unique red bar 0-120 speedometer. Less than 6,000 miles since frame-off restoration in 2002. http://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/97236/97236_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #59.1

1959 BUICK LE SABRE CONVERTIBLE

Auction Scottsdale 2011
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 59.1
Year 1959
Make BUICK
Model LE SABRE
Style CONVERTIBLE
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN 4F6018460
Exterior Color WHITE
Interior Color RED
Cylinders V8
Engine Size 364
Transmission AUTOMATIC
Description

For sale at auction: Lot #59.1 - Beautiful rare show or driver. New top, frame-off restored in 2002. owned by the second owner. This car has always been garaged and pampered. The car has been kept in excellent condition with all parts replaced as needed. The engine has a new 4-barrel carburetor. The inside of the car is great. Classic body. This car runs and drives excellent. The overall condition is outstanding. Some Invicta upgrades. Starter on gas pedal, triple turbine Dynaflow transmission, power steering, power brakes, rare chrome fender skirts, full dish wheel covers, working AM radio. Dramatic body styling with wings, flares, slants and bullets set the stage for this beautifully restored 1959 Le Sabre. Dual headlights and unique red bar 0-120 speedometer. Less than 6,000 miles since frame-off restoration in 2002.