May 4, 2017
Now here’s a cruisin’ car — a 1969 Buick LeSabre. Built long before General Motors downsizing program of 1977, the LeSabre (and stablemates Wildcat and Electra 225) were products of the longer, lower, wider school of car building. Which made for some great boulevard cruisers, even if they did have problems fitting into some American garages. As long as they still fit in some, The General was happy. As were the stockholders. As fine as this car looks, it makes it difficult to believe that it was Buick’s cheapest full-size car in 1969. Saw this one in Tonawanda.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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