This 1985 Buick LeSabre Collector's Edition has its
numbers-macheting V8, a loaded A/C interior, a stock and stunning
overall presentation. While these made for great long-distance
cruisers, this one has averaged under 2,400 miles annually so far.
And it has received the right mix of care and investments to make
sure it remains an impressive classic.
This is the last year for this generation LeSabre, and the official
Collector's Edition was for something quite special. It was the
last time the LeSabre was rear-wheel drive or V8 powered, and Buick
was sure an era was coming to an end. And so a car like this
deserved to be treated with care. The factory-correct Dark Chestnut
Metallic has the right 1980s style. And it was given a high-quality
respray to make sure that the crisp style of the well-creased
sheetmetal keeps looking glossy and elegant. The brown half vinyl
roof adds to a sophisticated tone that represents this coupe
nicely. Also, take some time to look at some of the detail work
like the gold pinstripe and matching special Collector's Edition
hood ornament. Plus, the bright headlight bezels, waterfall grille,
factory wire wheel covers, and big chrome bumpers are all part of a
classic American look that was disappearing from American
A supple leather upholstery interior awaits you inside this special
coupe. The full tan interior has a premium look, right down to the
coordinating wood-like trim. This can seat up to six, but fold down
the armrests in both rows, and it provides you with individual
pillow-top luxury. In fact, the front seats even individually power
adjust to the ideal comfort position. This coupe comes loaded with
power windows, tilt steering column, the original AM/FM/cassette
stereo, and a 1980s-cool CB radio. And cold-blowing factory air
conditioning makes all the journeys easy.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching motor, and it's presented in
the kind of time capsule quality. The 307 cubic-inch V8 is a
wonderful powerplant to have, and it was shared with luxury
machines like the Oldsmobile Toronado and the Cadillac Brougham.
That's because it's smooth and torquey, and there's nice power from
the four-barrel carburetor. More of this Buick's great cruising
capabilities through with features like a four-speed automatic
transmission w/overdrive, cruise control. power steering, front
disc brakes, and Buick's legendary supple ride.
The sale comes complete with the special Collector's Edition
leather-bound packet that contains the owner's manual, spare keys,
and other materials. This is a true collector's coupe kept in
collector quality, so if you love a great Buick, call today!!!