1989 Buick Estate wagon LeSabre LOW MILES / IMMACULATE / RUST FREE
- Condition: Used
- Make: Buick
- Model: LeSabre
- SubModel: Electra
- Type: Wagon
- Trim: Estate Wagon
- Year: 1989
- Mileage: 56,211
- VIN: 1G4BR81Y2KA406646
- Color: Tan
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Tan
- Drive side: Left-hand drive
- Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes
- Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1989 Buick LeSabre Estate WagonThis is an outstanding example of the last full size GM B Body classic wagons which closed out completely in 1990 making way for the Roadmaster line. Buick was the last to hang on to the "old" style. It is collector owned and with pride I must say has always been pampered, garaged, the miles are actual to be sure here. The car is absolutely rust free and all options work as they should. I am a collector and have several of these various B bodies. I always disconnect the power antennas as they were prone to motor failure so this one too is disconnected though the motor functions. It has an interesting history actually. The vehicle spent most of it's life in North Carolina having been purchased from a small family owned dealership with very low miles in 1990. It was originally sold new out of Virginia. The couple that owned it did not smoke or transport pets/children from the condition. Rear compartment is essentially unused with no wear. They were personal friends of the Buick/Cadillac dealership owner who sold the car actually. It was just used for trips to their 2nd home. When the time came for the owner to stop driving after her husband passed she sold it back to that same selling dealership as they performed all the services as well in the duration of time she owned it. That dealer (whose badge incidentally remains on the original paint rear door bottom corner) was also a collector and since this car was/ (still is )so well preserved and wagons of this caliber were starting to disappear he kept it in his temp controlled facility for quite a while but he did show the car in his area.
I was fortunate enough to obtain the car from that same dealer's private collection through a mutual collector by chance when it was liquidated and I love this wagon. Runs like a top. I have several other GM models and my son sadly is not a wagon fan as he will eventually take over the collection. We currently have two wagons and therefore I am tweaking the inventory. I try to keep the inventory under a certain number so I am selling a couple of my vehicles and I have two wagons currently so one will be sold along with an 84 Oldsmobile Cutlass w 24k. I rarely attend shows but this one has actually been to one local show where it placed first in original low mileage wagon class. This sounds cliche but it is a head turner. These wagons make folks smile and I enjoy seeing these cars bring back happy memories. Honestly- I have sportier cars that do not see nearly the enthusiasm as the wagons lately, including a 1985 Chevy Cheyenne with 16k on it? There is a special place in America's heart for these wagons. It's also nicely equipped, everything works and the color combination has a very large appeal- even when you look at today's vehicle colors. The neutrals just don't get "dated" as much as others. I've got a couple that scream 70's and or 80's- which is fine too!
This model as you can see has beautiful leather interior, a great original headliner and correct Hankook tires with less than 1000 miles on them. It is nearly impossible to find those wider white wall tires they sported when new but you can find them if you look hard and want them bad enough. It has a new battery and fresh state inspection too. Everything must be in order to get a car inspection passed here. Yes- the rear windows operate as intended- often times that is not the case. If you are looking for an excellent example low mileage wagon and expect the car to be as represented honestly- here's the car. I have a passion for these vehicles, it is a hobby and not a business for me. I truly would like to see the vehicle go to an owner that will enjoy driving but maintain this car as it is increasingly rare. They are simply getting harder to find all the time and nothing compares to them in the collector market as far as investment affordability and appreciation..
Please do not bid unless you have the funds and I am available to answer any questions you may have. Fresh oil change and ready for transport. I encourage inspections and the vehicle does not get released until funds have cleared. You have the peace of mind that we have a long and excellent history on the E-bay medium of exchange. Call with questions and ask for Jeff. I will not under any circumstance sell the car overseas though. It will not leave the USA- respectfully. Proud member of Buick Club of America. 636 220 9113 I actually answer the phone! Otherwise leave a message and I return calls too. No texts- I am aiming for someone old enough to remember these new and appreciates the car.
The buyer has the option of the original steel wheels with spoke covers in beautiful shape (pictured) or a full set of factory Buick mags with brand new black wall tires. The car looks great with either I just happen to have the mags also and some prefer that look.
On Sep-25-17 at 18:16:27 PDT, seller added the following information:
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