1974 Buick LeSabre Convertible

1974 Buick LeSabre

Technical specifications of Buick LeSabre 1974

Price: US $7,310.00
Item location: Auburndale, Florida, United States
Make: Buick
Model: LeSabre
Type: Convertible
Trim: luxury
Year: 1974
Mileage: 73,692
VIN: 4P67J4Y171271
Color: Burgundy
Power options: Air Conditioning
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: rear wheel drive
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1974 Buick LeSabre Luxus Convertible VIN - 4P67J4Y171271 2-Door BurgundyFolks here is one of the nicest 74 convertibles you will ever lay your eyes on. From the beautiful paint. to the interior and the convertible top. Undercarriage looks as good as the top of the car. This is an original car. You can take it anywhere and arrive with pride. All power equipment works. as it should. Air is ice cold. Has 15" wire wheels on the car. and factory hubcaps in the trunk (included). newer exhaust. 350 V8 engine. runs like a sewing machine. You can push a button and let the sunshine in. This is a turn-key car you can drive anywhere. Safe for the entire family to enjoy on a weekend getaway. Buy with confidence from people who have been in the business for 35 years. call. text or email if you have any question or want to view/inspect this vehicle. Mike 727-326-8072 or Kenny 863-581-7149Fourth generation BuickPowertrainEngine 231 cu in (3. 8 L) Buick V6350 cu in (5. 7 L) Buick V8455 cu in (7. 5 L) Buick V8Transmission 3-speed automatic1974New grilles and taillights along with a 5 mph rear bumper highlighted the 1974 Buick LeSabre. Four-door pillared and hardtop sedans retained the same rooflines as 1973 but the two-door hardtop coupe featured a new roofline with a side rear opera windows. Inside. the instrument panel was substantially revised but retained the wrap-around theme. A new (and seldom ordered) option was an "Air Cushion Restraint System" which included driver- and passenger-side airbags along with a unique four-spoke steering wheel. This option. also available on Electra 225s and Rivieras as well as full-sized Oldsmobiles and Cadillacs. was not very popular and was dropped after the 1976 model year. New integrated seat and shoulder belts were introduced this year along with a federally mandated interlock system that required the driver and right front passenger to buckle their seat belts in order to start the vehicle. The interlock was met with such a major public outcry that Congress rescinded the interlock regulation in late 1974 after a few early 1975 models were so equipped. permitting owners of all 1974 and the early 1975 models equipped with the interlock system to legally disconnect it. With the Centurion line discontinued after 1973. LeSabre was now Buick's only B-body full-sized car. The base LeSabre was continued. but a new LeSabre Luxus series replaced both the LeSabre Custom and the Centurion. The Luxus convertible also returned the ragtop to the LeSabre line after a one-year absence and was Buick's only ragtop. Engine offerings were revised for 1974. The 350 two-barrel remained standard on all models with optional engines including a 350 four-barrel and 455 four-barrel V8s. both carried over from 1973 with revisions to meet the 1974 emission standards. New engine options for 1974 included a 455 two-barrel and the Stage 1 455 "performance package" which added dual exhausts. suspension upgrades and other equipment. New options for 1974 included radial-ply tires. GM's High Energy Ignition and a "low fuel" warning light that illuminated when the fuel tank was down to four gallons. This would be the final year for the MaxTrac electronic traction control system as an option.

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