By all appearances, this 1960 Buick LaSabre Estate Wagon was a
'surfer wagon' back in the 60s. Faded 'Torrance Beach Surf Shop'
logos on the sides point to SoCal as a likely homebase. Styling was
'King' in the early '60s and this big wagon is a perfect example of
what GM was trying to accomplish. From the massive chrome front end
to the stylish rear fins, this was 1960 to perfection. That said,
the patina exterior and worn interior of this Estate Wagon are in
need of some serious TLC in order to take home the 'Best in Show'
trophy. Under the hood is what is likely to be the original 364ci
'Nailhead' V8 that was rated at an amazing 250 horsepower and 380
lb/ft of torque. It is said to have never been rebuilt and runs
fine. The factory transmission of the 1960 Buick was the famed
'DynaFlow' automatic with multi-stage torque convertor. Other
features include power steering, power drum brakes and tinted
windows. Steel wheels mount nearly new wide-whites and are accented
with classic Lance wheel covers. This Buick LaSabre Estate Wagon is
ready for a new owner who will appreciate this unique Buick from
the '60s. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1960 Buick Lesabre
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:White Patina
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