1974 LeSabre Low Low miles $3,900 Vancouver

Discussion in 'Cars and Parts For Sale Leads' started by 68 Wildcat, Mar 13, 2020.

  1. 68 Wildcat

    68 Wildcat Dash Riprock

    Have never seen that seat fabric before.

    https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/vancouver/1-owner-low-miles-all-original-1974-buick/1492249306

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    Description
    RARE FIND 4 DR HARDTOP, ESTATE SALE PRIOR ONE FAMILY OWNER SINCE NEW ALL FACTORY ORIGINAL #MATCH ORIGINAL V8 350 WITH ONLY 61300 ORIGINAL MILES. P/WINDOWS CRUISE CONTROL AUTO CLIMATE CONTROL A/C. FACTORY ORDER VINYL ROOF ORIGINAL CONDITION SAT IN DRY GARAGE FOR YEARS ANNUAL DRIVEN AND RUN AROUND THE BLOCK. WITH A MINOR SERVICE YOU CAN GET IN NOW AND DRIVE ACROSS THE COUNTRY. INTERIOR MINT LOOKS NEW, HUGE TRUNK.

    NOTE: HAVE "THE ORIGINAL BILL OF SALE", SOLD IN 1974 FOR $8000. WARRANTY AND OTHER BOOKS WITH ORIG OWNERS NAME TYPED IN.

    VIEW: 35 MINS SOUTH OF VANCOUVER ON HWY 99 NEAR HWY 17.

    CONTACT: IMPORTANT ON EMAILS FOR A REPLY TO "PLEASE LEAVE A VALID PHONE NUMBER". THANKS. THIS IS DO TO SPAM AND TOO MANY TIME WASTING EMAIL QUESTIONS

    PRICE: FAIR AND REASONABLE AT $3900 OR VERY CLOSE OFFERS ONLY WILL I ENTERTAIN. PRIVATE SALE CREDIBLE SENIOR COLLECTOR HOBBYIST.
     
  2. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    Looks like a very nice car at a very fair price!
    Patrick
     
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  3. 66electrafied

    66electrafied Just tossing in my nickel's worth

    If my wife didn't hate these cars so I'd already have that one in my garage, I love it!
     
  4. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    I just realized, that's $3900 Canadian or about $2800 US. :eek: Here I was thinking $3900 US was a good price.
     
  5. Aaron65

    Aaron65 Well-Known Member

    That is glorious!
     
  6. AC Larry

    AC Larry Larry

    At $2800 U.S That's a heck of a buy! :)
     
  7. guyrobert

    guyrobert Guyrobert

    They just dropped the price to $3,500 Cdn
     
  8. 66electrafied

    66electrafied Just tossing in my nickel's worth

    ...and I need one of these like a hole in the head. If it goes to lesx than $3000 I might break quarantine and head to divorce court in a new Buick. :D
     
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  9. Buickcub

    Buickcub Well-Known Member

    If the odometer is in kilometers that would convert to less than 40k miles

    very nice!
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2020 at 7:53 PM
  10. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    $2400 US...

    If 66electrafied doesnt snap this up, I think I'm going to have a new parts car.
     
  11. pbr400

    pbr400 68GS400

    No!! You can’t part it!! Cruise it on a rainy day!
    Patrick
     
  12. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    I hear ya, but if it's in as good a shape as it looks it's very, very tempting. Especially for the price. Besides I wouldn't part it out. More like swap out stuff that is in better shape than mine.
     
  13. yachtsmanbill

    yachtsmanbill Well-Known Member

    Ad reads 61,000 Km. ws
     
  14. Cnd72sky455

    Cnd72sky455 Well-Known Member

    By law, September 1977 is when Canadian cars had to switch to metric speedo and odo. Not sure which manufacturers went ahead before that date, but 74 is definitely in miles.
     
  15. 66electrafied

    66electrafied Just tossing in my nickel's worth

    It's definitely miles, not one manufacturer made a metric speedo before the law was enacted.
    Our current esteemed Prime Minister's father sprung that on us in an attempt to "wean us off the capitalist decadent monopolistic United States" and bring us more in line with the Commie countries in Europe he so fervently admired. After yesterday's bald faced attempt to do an end run around parliament, his boy proved that the apple didn't fall far from the tree...and I'll stop there.
     
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  16. 66electrafied

    66electrafied Just tossing in my nickel's worth

    And Walter, it would be a shame to part that thing out. I get it, there are a lot of good parts on it. But...that thing is a nice preservation piece. It looks like it spent most of it's life in a garage, the lenses aren't even clouded up. I would buy it tomorrow, but I'm trying to downsize and get ready for retirement. I have to decide which convertible is going to go, and not go out and pick up yet another garage queen.
    I really hope this thing goes to a good home and isn't broken up for the options and a few bits. Sure, that 350 is a bit lame, the 455 would have been better, and it's a Grampa car, but damn, it's nice...
     
  17. 1972Mach1

    1972Mach1 Just some guy.....

    Somebody buy that thing and cruise it just the way it is....
     
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  18. PatricksBuick

    PatricksBuick PatrickBuick

    eeehhrrr Marc,
    so we are commies because we use the metric system....
    maybe Canada just followed its Queen when the UK became communist, i.e. adopted the metric system sometime in the 60ies...
    sorry, but I do not feel communist.
    Patrick
     
  19. 66electrafied

    66electrafied Just tossing in my nickel's worth

    My apologies for the misunderstanding, I should have been more clear.
    I wasn't thinking of Germany, France, or western Europe who've been using the metric system since the 1790s.
    Pierre Trudeau was very much enamoured with the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China as a young man. He was even flagged by the RCMP during the late 40s and again in 1952 when he went to the USSR. He stayed there quite a while, and at the time was listed as a closet Marxist. Sure, as he grew older, he "matured" in his thinking, but he had this real soft spot for China and Cuba and even cut deals with them long before it was popular or permissible.
    The UK adopted the metric system out of necessity, having to deal with the ECM, I think it was one of the prerequisites of entry. Ostensibly Trudeau wanted Canada to be more European minded, and hopefully more Socialist than the European Common Market, and he wanted us out of the US orbit. In the end, he got nothing but a mess as Canada officially converted to the metric system but still did business in the standard system. That's still the case.
    Trudeau was a very controversial Prime Minister; the central part of the country loved him and reveres him to this day, and anything west of that place detests him with a hatred that borders on pathological. I guess I definitely one of the later. The father ruined whatever chances I had of going to university and getting a real career by single-handedly creating the worst recession since the depression. The son (who are now suffering with) is now ruining my chances of a retirement by ruining the economy inflating the money supply to absolute worthlessness.
     
  20. Buicksky

    Buicksky Silver Level contributor

    Wow what a deal! I think that interior pattern could cause seizures if you stare at it too long. Great cruiser I bet.
     

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