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'64 LeSabre 4dr hdtp - $1500 - Tennessee

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This is not my car, but its on our local Craigslist and I wanted to share... looks like a bargain! Located in Johnson City, TN.

Antique 1964 Buick Lesabre

"This Buick belonged to my grandmother and was hardly driven. It only has 60,000 miles on it and other than a few small rust spots it is in perfect shape. All the parts are original down to the hub caps and interior. The interior is perfect. This is a great car to fix up if you are an antique car collector. $1500."

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how sweat it is..............

somebody needs to grab that.

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Don't ever tell me that you have to be wealthy to get into the old car hobby. Here is a great example of a very good car that needs little or nothing, and is a great deal for someone! If it were closer, it would be in my garage already.

Pete Phillips, BCA #7338

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I totally agree... looks very nice. If I had the cash and the room I would grab it up. I am more of a fan of the 71-73 Electras, but I still would not mind having this one. Hope someone that appreciates old cars and Buicks gets it and not some punk that will destroy it.

how sweat it is..............

somebody needs to grab that.

Don't ever tell me that you have to be wealthy to get into the old car hobby. Here is a great example of a very good car that needs little or nothing, and is a great deal for someone! If it were closer, it would be in my garage already.

Pete Phillips, BCA #7338

Nice....

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This is exactly the type of thing I'd be willing to trade my '29 Buick for. Sweet!! Anybody looking for a project that wants to grab it and swap????

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looks like it's gone. Hope it found a good home.

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looks like it's gone. Hope it found a good home.

Yep looks like Mr Earl. I hope it got a good home too... I knew it would sell quick.

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