1965 Buick LeSabre. Car was bought brand new by a gentleman in
Massachusetts. It spent its whole life in Massachusetts. The
original owner sold the car to his son, then the current owner got
the car through a friend who never registered it. The car has been
garaged its whole life. The current owner has the original manuals
and original protector plate. One is an owner's manual with
protection plan and one a small service manual. He also has
multiple sets of keys. Car runs and drives. He would recommend
servicing it before a long trip due to old oil and fluids.
Absolutely no leaks in car. Car is a 4-door hard-top convertible -
no post. The owner believes it's a 300 cubic inch engine with turbo
400 transmission. Engine bay looks to be all original. Light green,
black interior and white top. Interior is all original. Does smell
a little musty from sitting. Car was never smoked in - Lighter
never used and ashtray never used. Newer radial tires. No air
conditioning. Car has a really nice patina. Could stand to be
buffed out. Only minor surface rust on rear bumper by the bolts. No
rot in trunk. Has original trunk mat and original jack. Would be a
fun car to drive around. Car sold with a bill of sale and an old NH
registration. Owner has a copy of the old title to prove accurate
mileage. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our
clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom
with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First
and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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