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capriceman

98 LeSabre

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i have had it for a while and im starting to drive it alot more but here it is! the pink slice of heaven.

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Its off my phone so sorry for the quality this was i think 2-3 months ago. Very Clean. smooth ride too! dynaride. seems like every option at the time was checked.

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I've always loved these!

It's got every option but the Gran Touring Package with the Specific Alloys and Gran Touring Suspension (Dynaride was the base suspension).

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What about Mary Kay?

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Just test-drove one like that on Sunday. Very smooth cars!

My mom wants one.

I actually prefer the pre-facelifted version (92-96).

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Is it bad that when I saw the picture of the interior rear seat I thought I smelled the scent of a dining hall at a hospital or nursing home?

Clean ride, glad to hear it runs well!

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My aunts had one like that it was a cherry car. They currently have a 2006 Lucerne CXL that is due to get replaced.

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NOT pink...just boring Buick champagne/beige!

I had a customer with the EXACT same car, and drove it several times. Theirs was extremely low mileage and well kept, but wow, the epitome of soft and floaty with an awkward (to me) driving position and such. Hard to explain...a lot to do probably with just the unique windows and me not adjusting the seat.

STILL, a 3.8L car, and even with the base gears (i.e. no GT option), always shocked me how quick and rip-roaring it was. A lot is just the sound, but otherwise a stump pulling La-Z-Boy of car, and one that can sip gas decently all along. At least a heck of a lot better than any clunky, old (we own 3 B/D cars...so I can say that) Caprice. Not a car I could stand to drive, but respectable enough and I really like the next ('00-05) gen.

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Buicks need more chrome trim like that era did.

I'd never seen the interior of one of those; it seems the antithesis of the exterior.

It still looks very good. I never would've thought it was pink.

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Yeah the H-body never did it for me... I grew up loving the

looks of the all-American 3800-powered LeSabre & lusting

after tripple black Bonneville SSEis but after workign at

the dealership for a while I lost interest in any & all FWD

cars that try to pass themselves off as big, comfortable or

luxurious.

But as a 15 year old kid back in 1994 I almost talked my

parents into buying a slightly used '92 Park Ave, it was to

my young teenage eyes way cooler than the Pontiac

Sunbird they ended up buying.

3800 V6 always > 2.0 liter four cylinder

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Those old Buicks are neat...I always liked the straight-across dash style, gave it an old-school touch.

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