Following the discontinuation of the Centurion from its lineup, Buick only had one full sized “B-Body” car, the LeSabre. Replacing both the Centurion and Custom, the LeSabre Luxus was the ultimate expression of Buick’s idea of mid 70s luxury. Although it was available as a four door hardtop coupe or sedan, the LeSabre Luxus really stood out when optioned as a convertible. Returning after a one year absence, the lengthy ragtop was Buick’s only convertible option, and these days that makes them slightly more valuable than their no fun, fixed roof counterparts.

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