Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
If you love a good jet-age classic, then we know this 1961 Buick LeSabre Convertible caught your eye. After all, it has the kind of outstanding curves, V8 power, and drop-top appeal that makes for an outstanding classic. And as you dig deeper, you'll even spot some nice upgrades to keep this a fine cruiser for modern times.
This LeSabre puts an impressive face forward. There's a huge amount of shine in the grille. Not only does the same go for the bumper, but also it has two stylish rocket-inspired points boldly sitting at each end. And speaking of rockets, the sides look like the they traced a big missile into the design just to keep this drop-top zooming forward. And as you look at the back, you'll alternate between wondering what feeds those dual exhaust tips and admiring the form-fitting design of the rear bumper. So the factory-correct Rio Red just seems like the right color for a bold car like this. And while there's a ton of sporty appeal, there's also the unmistakable Buick elegance. You see it in details, like the full-length side trim, rear fender skirts, and traditional Buick portholes on the side.
The white convertible top looks timeless against the red, and if you like this combo, then you'll love the interior. The full red and white inside has tasteful details, like tuck and roll style pattern on the seats and doors. And there's always something extra alluring and comfortable with cloth seats in a convertible. There are nice factory features, like working interior lights and a power convertible top. And when you slip behind the dual spoke steering wheel, you still get the right touch of Buick elegance as you gaze across the stylishly long speedometer. This combines with well-integrated upgrades, like seatbelts and the retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/aux input. Plus, they added air conditioning running on modern R134a freon which does blow cool, but could probably use a charge to be 100%.
Under the hood is Buick's 364 cubic-inch Nailhead V8. This year-correct motor is believed to be original to the car, and it has the tidy look of some nice investments over the years. This motor fires up and runs nicely, and so it gives you that classic Buick cruiser feeling. Plus, you have great anytime driving features like power steering, power brakes, and an automatic transmission.
This is a distinctive Buick drop-top that's made for enjoying with family and friends. So if you're looking for jet-age fun, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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