1976 Buick LeSabre Custom 2 door HT 350 Buick from North America
This is a beautiful car from the past and she stands out in a crowd
The previous owner replaced hoses, radiator, and brakes. I replaced shocks, tires and top.
The car had some paint before I bought it. I replaced the vinyl top and rear bumper filler. I had some more paint work done. Had the painted part of the hub caps to match the body color.
The car gets a lot of looks, and I have had several people say they would love to have it but can't afford to buy it.
The car rides good up to sixty miles per hour, then it has a vibration. I think the vibration comes from the CV drive shaft. The air blows cold with 134a. As usual the clock and radio does not work. The interior is in great shape.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 20th July, 2015
21st Jul 2015, 00:07
I love cars from this era. Such good looks and a size that just demands respect from modern automobiles, not to mention the room and comfortable ride. These land yachts even seem to dwarf the big SUVs of today. It is really sad that Detroit gave up on its roots and has focused all of its energy on copying Japan and Europe. Seems the only remnants of American style are left in trucks and SUVs. 1976 was the last year for the true, no holds barred GM automobiles. FoMoCo and Chrysler would soon follow suit. In hindsight, even the more boring down-sized models from the 80s and 90s would be WAY better than any of the "Large" cars being sold today.