This past weekend, I attended the 38th annual Antique Auto Meet that was held in Glastonbury, Connecticut. This show has been put together by the Central Connecticut Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) and I have to tell you that I was more than a little disappointed in the turn out this year. I have covered this show in previous years, and while the number of cars is way down from last year, there is still enough quality entries to post about.
I started, as I always do, with the cars that are for sale displayed around the outer parking lots, and here is a gerogous example. A 1963 Buick LeSabre Coupe with only 41,000 Miles…
I have to say that this car is much better looking in person than in pictures… You have to truck me on that one. The interior is almost flawless, the tires are in great shape, and the paint is in great shape. There is no A/C, nor is there a lot of power accessories, but just look at it, and tell me you wouldn’t daily drive it.
Asking price has been reduced to $16,500. So what do you think this flawless Buick should sell for? I blurred out the phone numbers, but if you want to call the current owner, I will forward an unedited image to you.
Image source: Copyright 2012 Hooniverse/Jim Brennan (aka UDMan)