1959 Buick LeSabre Restomod Hardtop 455 V8 Automatic Classic Vintage Collector

1959 Buick LeSabre Restomod

Technical specifications of Buick LeSabre 1959

Price: US $53,995.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Buick
Model: LeSabre
SubModel: Restomod
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Restomod
Year: 1959
Mileage: 15,079
VIN: 4F1096957
Color: Black
Engine size: 455 V8
Power options: --
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Red
Options: --
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Big, dramatic cars make for big, dramatic customs. Check out this stunning 1959 Buick LeSabre hardtop, which takes the already eyeball-popping Buick to an entirely new level. Fins, chrome, and big wheels make for one heck of a fashion statement, and with big block power, this one isn't just a wallflower. The 1959 Buick already looks like a full custom before you even begin working, so it's easy to see why this car looks so amazing. The... two-tone black-over-red paint job is dramatic and highlights the car's flattened tail fins, and perhaps not-so-surprisingly, that's one of the ways the factory offered two-tone colors: roof and deck one color, everything else the second color. Obviously this isn't a factory-approved color scheme, but there's no denying that it looks spectacular. Finish quality is trophy-worthy and the list of modifications is fairly extensive, starting with shaving most of the trim and the door handles and blacking-out the intricate front grille. The trim that remains only emphasizes the car's length, and with tinted windows, it has a downright sinister profile. Modern side mirrors look remarkably right on the big Buford, and if anything with fins this big and paint this dramatic can be called tasteful, this is it. Wow. The interior is no less amazing, featuring bucket seats that look retro enough, a custom center console, and that fantastic space age dashboard. Red leather was wrapped around all the seating surfaces and the billet steering wheel, and the workmanship is outstanding. The original instruments with their jet-inspired faces remain the primary view of the engine bay and you'll have to fight to keep your eyes on the road because they're so pretty. The center console carries controls for the Vintage Air A/C system and power windows, plus the B&M shifter for the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission. A thundering stereo system adds to the driving experience and is beautifully integrated into the interior so that it almost disappears until you hear it. Custom LED under-dash lighting gives it a cool effect at night, even with the rather pedestrian floor mats underneath. And as you'd expect, the trunk is gigantic, fully upholstered in matching red carpet and tucking the delicate electronics up high out of harm's way. Buick's biggest, baddest V8, a 455 cubic inch mill, looks right at home in the LeSabre's cavernous engine bay. Obviously detailed to look great when the hood is open, the big block also has a definite OEM vibe to it, from the modest twin-snorkel air cleaner to the stock Dante Red paint on the valve covers. Someone spent the time to get the wiring and plumbing nice and neat, and almost every component was either painted, polished, or plated to look great, even under scrutiny. It starts easily and moves the big car with the kind of torque that you need a big block to deliver, and yet its road manners are sublime and confidence-inspiring. Front and rear suspensions are stock and it carries power steering and 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, so it's easy to drive despite its size. A Flowmaster exhaust system sounds menacing and there's no denying that 22-inch chrome hoops with 255/30/22 front and 265/35/22 rear tires make a dramatic statement. Fabulous custom looks, yet still 100% streetable and ready to cruise cross-country, this amazing Buick combines all that's great about the 50s with a dose of 21st century tech. Call today!

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