Beautiful custom 1960 Buick LeSabre

1960 Buick LeSabre Convertible

Technical specifications of Buick LeSabre 1960

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Item location: Sandpoint, Idaho, United States
Make: Buick
Model: LeSabre
SubModel: LeSabre
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible
Year: 1960
Mileage: 1
Color: Baby blue pearl
Engine size: V8 Nailhead
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Options: Convertible, Leather Seats
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1960 Buick convertible
Original 364 nailhead V-8
Air ride front and rear
all new leather interior
Wool rugs including the trunk area
Hartzcloth top
Electric doors 20” and 18” chrome Americans
Just a Awesome ride!!

On Mar-18-17 at 18:32:53 PDT, seller added the following information:

After doing a little research I believe this is a RARE 401 Nailhead motor
Vin #4G2010808

On Mar-19-17 at 17:57:59 PDT, seller added the following information:

Yes it's been verified it is a Rare 401 Nailhead
Check new photo's

On Mar-19-17 at 18:04:56 PDT, seller added the following information:

Nope, There has been a mix up
according to the second number it looks to be a 364 Nailhead
Sorry for all the confusion!!!

On Mar-19-17 at 18:37:12 PDT, seller added the following information:

Actually, the new photos prove it's a 364 nailhead.
4G2010808 (car and engine serial number, always 9 digits)
4 = Series 4400/LeSabre
G = 1960 model year
2 = built at South Gate, CA
010808 = sequential number, range for South Gate was 001001 to 022098
For Buicks, if the car has its original engine then the car serial number (located on the tag in the door jamb) and the engine serial number stamped on the driver side should match for 1957 and later cars (no such thing as "numbers matching" for 1956 and earlier Buicks), so your car has the orginal 364 in it.
3G 93403 (engine production code, 3 to 9 digits depending on code)
3 = 364 nailhead
G = 1960 model year
93403 = engine sequential number
The engine production code is not related to the car or engine serial number. For 1959-1962 the engine production code and the engine serial number look similar, so it can be confusing. 1962 is the hardest year to identify because Buick generally used a 1 that looked like an I when stamping the engine production code and serial number. For 1962 the year code is I, so you have to determine when I means I and when I means 1. For 1963 Buick introduced a new engine production code format so that it could not be confused with the engine serial number.
Thank you for your help and getting me straighten out. Sean!!!!

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