The name LeSabre started out being applied to one of the most glamorous show cars ever, Harley Earl’s personal Motorama car, the LeSabre, and before it was replaced by the Lucerne just a few years ago, the Buick LeSabre was said to be the best selling full sized American car over the course of four decades. Like the 1960 Cadillac in the post below, the ’60 LeSabre was toned down a bit from the overstyled ’59, though it still has the horizontal tail fins first seen in another show car, Chuck Jordan’s Centurion.
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