Found on Hemmings: Cherry 1975 Buick LeSabre
If you have $15,999 budgeted for your next vehicle purchase and would rather go with something certifiably vintage and incredibly beautiful, you might want to consider a near-immaculately maintained 1975 Buick LeSabre available now on Hemmings.
This 40-year-old LeSabre is a one-owner marvel, serviced annually and only driven 89,775 miles in its lifetime. The original 350 V8 is still intact, and the only major restoration done involves a sandblasting, reapplication of Arctic White paint, and the use of various new old stock (NOS) parts including front bumper and driver’s side mirrors.
From the original listing:
The car has been mechanically upgraded over the last few years for dependablility with new radiator and hoses, thermostat, new master cylinder and rear proportioning valve, new alternator, new water pump, new exhaust, and rebuilt transmission (done for reliability, was not having any issues.) The correct width white wall tires were new several years ago and have minimal mileage. I have the original window sticker and all sales documentatioin including catalogs, GM parts books, dealer upholstery and color books, and shop manual. This was not a heavily optioned car. It has an AM/FM radio, and hand crank windows. The dealer installed a clock and passenger side rear view mirror when we purchased the car. It does have power brakes and power steering. The engine and trunk compartments are largely original – they are exceptionally clean, upgraded here and there, but have not been formally restored. I also have quite a few spare parts for the car, all of which would be included.
The Buick LeSabre was discontinued in 2005, so if you have a boat-sized hole in your heart, this 1975 Buick LeSabre is just the fix you need.