A parking lot is a parking lot is a parking lot—unless it’s the Summit Racing parking lot. On any given day or time, the lot outside a Summit Racing store can turn into an impromptu mini car show, depending on who’s stopped by the store. Each Wednesday, we’ll share our parking lot find of the week—another benefit of being Powered by Summit Racing Equipment.
In the early 1960s, Buick’s ad campaign asked the question: “Wouldn’t You Rather Have a Buick?”
In the case of the LeSabre, Buick’s entry-level full-size car, America said yes. The long-running LeSabre was introduced in the late 1950s and lived through 2005, when it was discontinued. From its original, space age-inspired design in the late 1950s, to its “Coke-bottle” profile in the mid and late 60s, to a smaller and more fuel-efficient size in later years, the Buick LeSabre continually evolve to reflect America’s tastes in cars.
We spotted this 1963 Buick LeSabre recently in Akron, OH. Like similar cars of its era, the 401-powered 1963 LeSabre has a more simplified, refined design compared to the large-fin, big-chrome designs of the late 1950s. What is your favorite era in American automobiles?
Ok Guys. check this out. Go on to U tube. TYP IN john dodd beast this then finds me on top gear in the streets of London. Spot the summit Goodies. COMPLEATYLY STREET LEGAL I run it every few days or so 27000 cc ROLLS ROYCE MERLIN AERO ENGINE built at Crew the home of Rolls Royce 1941. Car buil in 1971. Car stil as new condition. Just done five shows all over Spain. Allways driven never TRAILORED. Any time I find A HILL I throw it into neutral and switch it off. Its for FREE. runs Regular 10s. Never brakes. WELL SOMETIMES. jd http://www.automaticgearboxspain.com.
My Dad says hello John and remembers the Foxberry Rd café days…