Tufted Chocolate: 1984 Buick LeSabre

A good rule of thumb is to buy someone else’s completed project car.  In nearly all cases, it’s far cheaper than paying for a restoration yourself.  Today’s car presents the question, is it madness or genius to spend twelve grand building up a sleeper GM B-body? The 84 Buick LeSabre is the cousin of the same year Chevy Caprice. Fifth generation LeSabres don’t usually garner the level of unbridled enthusiasm found by our seller.   Find this 1984 Buick LeSabre for sale in Hagertown, MD for $4,488 via craigslist.

The LeSabre shows just over 100,000 miles on the odometer.  The engine has covered 12,000 miles since being rebuilt while 700R4 transmission has only 100 miles on its own rebuild.

Check out those poop brown tufted seats!  Nothing says Brougham like those pillowy chairs and acres of fake wood.

Here are the specs on the rebuild/restoration:

Engine Built by Denny’s Auto Machine Inc 2005

Chevy 350 — 1970 Corvette 4-bolt main block bored .030 over

Chevy 350 — 1972-76 truck heads

Edelbrock intake and 1406 carburetor

RV Cam

New AC lines to shift sides from BOP to Chevy Engine

New Alternator

New Front Suspension

Upper and Lower control arms (MOOG) with bushings

Inner and outer tie rod ends

Upper and Lower ball joints

Large capacity radiator

New shocks — Front and Rear

New Springs — Rear

New Oil Pan and seal

K&N Filter

Exhaust manifolds from 70’s Camaro

Dual Exhaust

New Tires

New Trans Mount

New Universal Joints

California Car — 3rd owner

Rear sway bar included

Replacement Front Quarter Panel to repair dents before paint

Many other parts

Just Passed VEIP smog Test!

Will pass inspection easily or not needed if you go classic!

See another B-body with a RV cammed Chevy 350? email tips@dailyturismo.com

Cory is working on thinning his inventory of vintage Recaro seats and rare Mercedes W124 parts.